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Connect Blackboard Learn to Cloud Storage

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Connect Cloud Storage Repositories to Blackboard

As institutions, and individuals alike, shift their content storage to cloud services, it has become more essential that faculty have a way to add content stored on those systems directly into Blackboard. Posting documents, submitting assignments and linking to collaborative cloud documents has never been easier within Blackboard.

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  1. Download the Qwickly Building Block
  2. Install the Qwickly Building Block
  3. Deploy the Qwickly Module
  4. Activate Qwickly+Cloud
 
Course Availability App

Dropbox

Qwickly+Cloud allows faculty to add content directly to multiple courses straight from Dropbox. Instructors can also choose to email content from Dropbox to course members.

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Post Announcement App

Google Drive

Qwickly+Cloud allows faculty to add content directly to multiple courses straight from GoogleDrive. Standard document types in GoogleDrive will copy over to Blackboard, and Google Docs can be converted to PDF or their Microsoft Office equivalent.

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Send Email App

OneDrive

Qwickly+Cloud allows faculty to add content directly to multiple courses straight from OneDrive. Instructors can also choose to email content from OneDrive to course members.

Send Email App

Box

Qwickly+Cloud allows faculty to add content directly to multiple courses straight from Box. Instructors can also choose to email content from Box to course members.

Upload Cloud Content Tool

A Course Tool allows faculty to add files from Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Dropbox to content areas of their course.

Link to Cloud File Mashup

Allow linking to a file in Box, Dropbox, Google Drive or OneDrive from any visual text editor in Blackboard.

Create Cloud Assignment

If you're looking to accept assignments from cloud repositories, the Qwickly Create Cloud Assignment allows students to submit documents from the cloud.

Pricing

Pricing for Qwickly+Cloud is based on the number of full-time faculty at your school. The tool below calculates the cost of a license of Qwickly+Cloud per year. Schools with a Qwickly Attendance license can get Qwickly+Cloud at a reduced cost.

Qwickly+Cloud Cost Estimator*: Your Institution has full-time faculty. Your cost would be .

*Qwickly+Cloud includes all features of Qwickly+.

Upcoming Webinars

Want to learn more about Qwickly+Cloud? Attend one of our free webinars:

Qwickly Plus Cloud Training

September 28, 2017 - 2:00 PM ET

Learn how to use Qwickly's multi-course efficiency tools and cloud storage integration to manage files and keep your focus on teaching!

For: faculty and other current Qwickly Plus Cloud users

Introduction to Qwickly Plus Cloud

November 14, 2017 - 3:00 PM ET

Interested in the capabilities of Qwickly Plus Cloud before starting a trial? See how the multi-course efficiency tools & cloud storage integration improve your Blackboard experience.

For: Blackboard system admins, academic leadership, faculty

Upload Cloud Content - Course Tool

The Upload Cloud Content Course Tool allows faculty to add files from Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Dropbox to content areas of their course. As institutions, and individuals alike, shift their content storage to cloud services, it has become more essential that faculty have a way to add content stored on those systems directly into Blackboard. The Upload Cloud Content tool takes the familiarity of adding a typical item in Blackboard and applies it to cloud content.

Qwickly Link to Cloud Content Mashup

The Link to Cloud Content Mashup Tool allows users in any Blackboard text editor to choose to link to an external cloud document. This is a great way to facilitate office hours sign-up sheets, collaborative group projects lead by students, or simply a way to link to the most updated version of any document stored in the cloud.