Inserting a multimedia file


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Inserting a multimedia file

Now, earlier in this chapter, we looked at ways to upload files to Blackboard. These files required students to actually interact with them. For a student to open up this Excel file, they have to click on this link. Same thing for the PowerPoint Presentations and this Word Document. What if rather than having the students download a file or click on it, you'd rather embed a sound file or a movie or a picture right into your Blackboard course? Well, one way to do this is to go to Build Content and click on Item. Or if you are on Blackboard 9, just click the Create Item button.

So let me click on Item and we are back in the text editor, and this time we're not going to attach any files. We are actually going to enter information directly. Let me just do something here called Sound file. And on the last row of the text editor I'm not going to attach. In this case, I've got buttons for me to attach an image, to add an MPEG, to add QuickTime content, to add audio content--that...

Inserting a multimedia file
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Inserting a multimedia file provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Patrick Crispen as part of the Blackboard 9.x Essential Training for Instructors

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Education + Elearning
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