Video Building Block for Blackboard 8.0

Enhance your Blackboard LMS with advanced video capabilities. Easily upload and publish content from both faculty and students.


Enhance your Blackboard with advanced video capabilities. Easily upload and publish content by faculty and students.

  • Personal "My Content" module
  • Course module - "Media Gallery"
  • Institution wide publishing tool


Commercial Application sold by Kaltura.
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Designed in partnership with leading Blackboard developers and clients - the Kaltura Video Building Block is a powerful tool that unleashes rich media in Blackboard Learn on desktops and mobile devices. With the Kaltura Building Block, teachers can easily add video content to course pages, maintain a personal content repository, and interact with their students using media. Students can also create a personal media gallery, use educational video resources, and submit video assignments.

Installation Guide

See the Blackboard Extension Page for details on obtaining and installing.
Or signup for a free trial

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Blackboard Learn 8.0

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200 Park Ave. South, New York, NY

About the application provider

Kaltura is the world's Leading Video Platform, providing video management, publishing, authoring, distribution and monetization solutions for media companies, enterprises, educational institutions and service providers. Kaltura’s solutions power video for leading media companies such as HBO, WB, ABC and Disney, enterprises such as Bank of America, Texas Instruments and AstraZeneca, and educational institutions such as NYU, MIT, Princeton, UVA and Upenn. Kaltura also offers open source solutions, including Kaltura’s Community Edition Platform, as well as Kaltura’s HTML5 Video Library, supported by the Kaltura communities at and
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