There’s more to Learn

More flexible. More inclusive. More insightful. The latest version of Blackboard® was designed by educators, for educators — one of the many reasons why over 90% of users are satisfied.* So take another look at Blackboard, and see if it’s right for you.

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A.I. = Additional Inspiration

The AI Design Assistant, developed in partnership with Microsoft, makes Blackboard the first major LMS to use generative AI to inspire instructors’ course design, tests, and grading rubrics.

The LMS That Starts With You

Exclusively inclusive

Your pronouns and pronunciation. Blackboard is a leader in empowering self-expression, so it’s easy to be who you really are.

Insight at Every Step

See the pathway to success

Superior progress tracking tools and inline insights let both learners and instructors see how they’re tracking to achieve their goals — and where there are opportunities to improve.

Learning Experiences: Every Day and Everywhere

Remote, but not removed

With a learning community spanning more than 70 countries, Blackboard helps learners and instructors of all backgrounds thrive.

Test Without Stress

Tests that don't look like the rest

Blackboard is evolving to help instructors create tests as unique as their courses. With advanced features to customize the structure and display, you can create engaging tests that improve outcomes for your learners.

Easier Grading, More Teaching

Designed by graders

The new Flexible Grading experience makes grading online even easier than on paper, saving instructors time and enriching their feedback to students.

Centered on Connection

Easy integration

Enjoy native integration with the tools your instructors use most.

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*Source: Hanover Research 2022, “LMS CSAT Survey” – commissioned by Anthology. Study of 1,026 university learners and instructors in North America, spanning Blackboard, Canvas, and D2L.