Easily capture lectures and create video content for the classroom.
Launch the screen recorder from within the Blackboard LTI. Embed videos or add curated video channels by adding content to a course. Customize the video player experience to add captions, auto-play, etc.
Create student video assignments
Students can easily launch the screen recorder from within the Blackboard LMS app, without requiring login or personal information.
Create a dedicated space for all student videos. Designate viewing audience and manage video permissions, including password protection.
Single sign-onfor easy user management
Access the ScreenPal LTI app when you add a content item to a course. Single sign-on (SSO) support to authenticate directly by using the Blackboard login. No additional passwords are needed to launch ScreenPal. Easy account creation directly from within the LTI app.
Wherever you can add media in Blackboard, look for the ScreenPal logo. Click it to open the LTI app, where you can see all of your hosted ScreenPal videos. Browse to the video you wish to embed, click the video thumbnail, and then click “Embed Video”. That’s it!
For more on hosting options, please view our tutorials about Content Hosting.
You can launch the editor from within the LTI app in Blackboard. The editor is an application that runs on your computer, just like normal, and when you’re done editing you can upload to ScreenPal hosting. Any video you upload to your hosting account is then available to embed within Blackboard.
For more on editing, see our easy editing process. Cut or trim your video. Add overlays including shapes, text, blurs, or images. Insert videos or previous recordings you’ve created. There’s no limit on what you can do!
There are many ways to collaborate with video using Blackboard LMS.
You can record your screen or webcam with ScreenPal and then easily share your videos with your students. You can also have your students communicate with video. They don’t need a login to create videos. Students can launch the free screen recorder.
Team Premier users have access to the Channel Recorder feature, which allows students to participate in an asynchronous conversation by adding their own recording to an ongoing video playlist.