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Wikis allow all course members to help build pages of course-related materials, providing a space for collaborative learning. This article explains: how to create a new wiki page in any Blackboard course, wiki grading, and wiki deletion.
This article contains the steps for instructors to follow to create a Zoom virtual room and link within a Blackboard course, using the Blackboard/Zoom integration.
Steps for students to create a Blog entry on their Blackboard course site.
The YuJa Enterprise Video Platform is an all-in-one video experience to securely create, manage, discover, collaborate, and live stream video content across any device, at any time. This article contains instructions and resources for students to get started using YuJa.
Zoom breakout rooms are used to split meeting participants into separate groups for focused discussion. The meeting host may allow users to select and join their own room (and move freely between them, if desired).
For instructors and students: How to launch the YuJa Software Capture application from within Blackboard, set up and create a recording, and share it in any Content Area, assignment, discussion board, or any other area with a text editor inside of your Blackboard course.
VoiceThread is a tool integrated within Blackboard that can be used to enhance student engagement and online presence by providing collaborative spaces with video, voice, and text commenting among students and instructors.
A Quick-Start Guide Instructors - covering how to set up Microsoft OneNote's integration with your Blackboard course site. Students (and instructors) can collaborate and submit written assignments using this virtual shared notebook. Adjust the settings to provide a private, independent workspace, if desired.
You can create a YuJa recording in Blackboard or directly through YuJa.  The following steps are to create a recording in YuJa.
A question pool is a collection of questions that is stored for repeated use.

You can use pools to create tests and surveys. You can also export and import pools for use in tests in other courses.
You can create one or more journals for your students to use in your course. You must create journal topics before students can add their entries.
You and your students can create journal entries. You're the only one who can comment on students' private entries. You and group members can comment on group entries. On the Journals listing page, information is provided about each journal. Students can see if their entries are private—between the student and you—or public.
VoiceThread (digital presentation tool) for students: Learn about the different assignment types -and- how to complete them by: watching a presentation, creating one of your own, or commenting on another student's submission.
How to create a Grade Center category.
You can create grading periods to group Grade Center columns together by a period of time, such as terms, semesters, or quarters. You can also create grading periods to group columns together by a shared characteristic, such as all the gradable columns for a group project. To create a date range grading period, you can select a setting to automatically associate all existing columns with due dates that occur in the date range.