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Configuring Collaborate Ultra B2
Product DocumentationFeb 09, 2017
Article No. #: 000042579
—This article contains basic information pertaining to configuring the new Collaborate Ultra building block.
Move Legacy Content to Content System
Product DocumentationJan 18, 2017
Article No. #: 000043037
—The instructions in this article will guide you through the process to move all legacy content to our embedded file system (Xythos) on a Self-Hosted system.
Utilizing Caliper Within Blackboard Learn
Product DocumentationDec 23, 2016
Article No. #: 000043224
—Beginning with Learn 9.1 Q4 2016, we are certified for Caliper 1.0. These instructions will help users get started with sending and receiving Caliper events in Learn. ** Currently only available for Managed Hosting and SaaS clients
SaaS/Ultra 3000.9 Release - New Ultra Features
Product DocumentationJul 29, 2016
Article No. #: 000042583
—New features in 3000.9 release includes: Multiple choice questions in tests, Grading Rubrics for Assignments, Group Discussions, and enhanced Collaborate features in Ultra.
Integrating your Blackboard Learn environment with Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Product DocumentationJun 24, 2016
Article No. #: 000040929
—This article contains information on integration Blackboard Learn with Collaborate Ultra.
What is the REST 9.1 Technical Preview?
Product DocumentationApr 26, 2016
Article No. #: 000042140
—The REST 9.1 Technical Preview is an effort to get the Blackboard Learn REST Framework into the hands of as many developers as possible. Think of it as an early test version of the REST Framework for Learn 9.1 self-hosted and managed-hosted customers. This Technical Preview is the chance to try the APIs out, see how they work, what use cases are met, and provide Blackboard with feedback.
The Blackboard REST API Framework
Product DocumentationApr 26, 2016
Article No. #: 000042139
—Blackboard’s new REST API Framework is a giant step forward for integrating with Blackboard Learn.  By moving the integration from in-process code to a separate machine the health of your Blackboard Learn instance is dramatically improved by lowering complexity and reducing the amount of code running in a single location.  The new REST API and Developer Portal are a work in progress and will continually grow in functionality as Blackboard Learn, the REST APIs, and the Developer Portal continue to mature.
SaaS-Ultra Release 3000.1 Ultra Features
Product DocumentationMar 30, 2016
Article No. #: 000042015
—This article outlines new features in SaaS-Ultra 3000.1, including Group Assignments, SAML B2, Graded Discussions, adding media files to Assignments, and new options for Admins for allowing Instructors to use or not use Ultra view.
Portal Building Block for Learn 9.1 October 2014 Release and Later
Product DocumentationJan 07, 2016
Article No. #: 000041624
—The Portal B2 is a new core B2 for Blackboard Learn that acts as an infrastructure for many other modules. It is necessary for Blackboard Learn to function properly. As such, please do not set it to inactive.
Multi-Institution for Partner Cloud
Product DocumentationNov 05, 2015
Article No. #: 000038873
—Multi-Institution Installation details for Partner Cloud.
 

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