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Collaboration & web conferencing

Blackboard Collaborate sets the standard for training collaboration in government agencies. Improve outcomes and reduce costs with virtual training and online collaboration between organizations, employees, and trainers.

Keep costs down and reduce turnover rates

Whether it’s an online meeting, virtual group training, or connecting remote employees, we offer virtual collaboration over HD video for the military and federal, state, and local agencies. Learn how we can help you run less costly meetings, decrease time employees are away from the job, and aid with employee development and onboarding.

Why Blackboard Collaborate?

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Simple deployment, convenient access

Browser-based and download-free, our one-click virtual classroom and online collaboration tool leads to rapid adoption with minimal hand-holding. And, with broadened device support and a powerful mobile app, participation is possible anytime, anywhere.

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High quality WebRTC technology

High definition audio and video, faster, sharper application sharing and a thoroughly redesigned, modern user experience allow for a more personal, engaging experience.

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Designed specifically for education & training

Focused on education and training, Blackboard Collaborate is designed for simplicity, accessibility, and to support education and training workflows. Tools such as an interactive whiteboard, polling, and breakout groups engage learners and integration with Blackboard Learn, Moodlerooms and any LTI-compliant LMS allow you to blend synchronous, asynchronous, and mobile capabilities.

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Inclusive user experience

Designed in accordance with WCAG Guidelines 2.0 Level AA and Section 508 standards in the U.S. and always verified by a 3rd party, Collaborate ensures all employees have access to training and development opportunities.

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