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Blackboard Updates Mobile Learning App With New Innovations, Capabilities

WASHINGTON Jan. 19, 2011 Blackboard Mobile Learn

Released just six months after the initial launch, Blackboard Mobile Learn 2.0 enables students and faculty for the first time to create and upload content to their courses – including videos, photos and other non-media files – rather than just consuming content. The release also offers a redesigned user interface to support threaded discussions and the ability for students to mark courses as "favorites" so they can more easily manage, search and filter the courses they access most frequently.

In addition to the new capabilities, Blackboard also announced expanded access to the first version of Blackboard Mobile Learn, which is now available to institutions using selected versions of the ANGEL and WebCT platforms.

Kayvon Beykpour

Blackboard Mobile Learn

Blackboard Mobile Learn is currently available in native applications for Android™ and BlackBerry® smartphones as well as the Apple® iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch®. After being enabled by their institution, students and faculty can download the apps for free in app stores.

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With today’s announcement, the first version of Blackboard Mobile Learn is now available to institutions using ANGEL Learning Edition 7.4 and WebCT CE Enterprise/CE Enterprise Limited and Vista 8.

For more information about Blackboard Mobile Learn, please visit:

http://www.blackboard.com/Mobile/Mobile-Learn.aspx

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