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Blackboard is the University's primary learning management system. Blackboard is a part of the University's Canopy eLearning ecosystem. 
Blackboard Student Getting Started Guide
Blackboard Course Customization Settings
Blackboard Bb Grader App Guide
Blackboard Inline Grading Guide
Blackboard Grade Submission Guide

Echo360 is the University's enterprise tool for lecture capture. It allows instructors to create and upload content – before or during class – and students to access it anytime, anywhere, from any device.
Echo360 FAQs
Echo360 MacOSX
Echo360 Windows

Kaltura is the University's enterprise media streaming and video repository tool. It is available within Blackboard and as a stand-alone software option.
Kaltura Getting Started Guide
Kaltura FAQs
Kaltura Desktop Recorder Install Instructions

Lynda.com is a UC licensed online video-training library that has more than 1,400 software, career development, and technology training titles that you can access from anywhere using an internet browser and your UC login credentials.  
Lynda.com FAQs
Creating Lynda.com Playlists

Online test proctoring can take several forms, including restricting access to only the system used to complete tests and live proctoring environments where the student is monitored via web cam while completing the exam. UC currently uses a product called Respondus, which has both of these capabilities.Respodus is integrated into our Blackboard environment.
Respondus LockDown Browser Student Guide
Respondus LockDown Browser Instructor Guide

WebEx is a web-based conferencing tool that can host a variety of events, from small group meetings, or virtual office hours to large webinars or conferences. Participants have the ability to share files, documents, videos, and even have access to a shared whiteboard.
WebEx FAQs
WebEx Hosing Guide
WebEx Student Hosing Guide
WebEx Personal Room Guide
WebEx Participant Guide

If you have issues with any of these services, please contact the IT@UC Service Desk at (513)556-4357 or via email at: Helpdesk@uc.edu.

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