In order to reduce load on the Blackboard servers, it is a good practice not to upload videos directly to Blackboard. Instead, all EKU users have an account on stream.microsoft.com where they can upload and share videos to other EKU users. This tutorial illustrates how to use this feature to embed video content in to your Blackboard course without hosting the videos on the Blackboard server.
First, go to stream.microsoft.com and click on the sign in button in the top right:
Blackboard Ally focuses on making digital course content more accessible and building a more inclusive learning environment. This improves the student experience by helping them take clear control of course content with usability, accessibility, and quality in mind.
Respondus LockDown Browser (LDB) is a tool that you can enable in your Blackboard course to perform a somewhat automated form of test proctoring. LDB is a web browser that will prevent students from opening other programs or going to other websites besides EKU's Blackboard. NOTE: EKU No longer has the Monitor (video recording) portion.