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Dropbox


Save time and increase productivity

Together, Blackboard and Dropbox Education—the most widely used file sync and share product in higher education—have partnered to provide instructors and learners a simple and easy way to integrate their content securely stored in Dropbox directly into Blackboard Learn.


Integrate the platforms users prefer

Whether using a Dropbox Education account or a Dropbox personal account, Blackboard Learn users can access, share, and upload their Dropbox content directly within Blackboard Learn courses.

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Save instructors time

Available now: Instructors and students are able to quickly and easily link directly to their Dropbox content from their Blackboard Learn courses, eliminating the need to manage content in multiple places.

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Drive student satisfaction

Coming Soon: Students are able to save time by uploading their assignments directly from Dropbox into Blackboard Learn.


Why Dropbox Education?

Provide direct access to your content

Support and facilitate group collaboration

Power user management and secure your institution’s content


Get started

Available now: The Dropbox Education building block download is available now to institutions running either the Blackboard Learn 9.1, Q2 2016 or Q4 2015 release. This building block allows instructors and students to link to their Dropbox content directly from Blackboard Learn using the mashup functionality found in most Blackboard Learn workflows.

Coming soon: Blackboard Learn SaaS and 9.1, Q4 2016 versions – and newer – will have the building block pre-installed and will allow instructors and students to link to their Dropbox content directly from Blackboard Learn using the mashup functionality. Additionally, this building block will offer students the ability to upload assignments directly from their Dropbox.

There is no fee for this integration.


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