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Say goodbye to the Breeze Upload tool and say Hello to ShareStream!

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As of July 13, the Publish Adobe Presenter (Breeze) upload tool will no longer be available for uploading content to Breeze.  Not to worry, ShareStream, the College multimedia streaming application, provides a place to post your Presenter files and so much more! ShareStream is now available for all faculty and staff to upload their own presentations and other multimedia for use in the classroom.

Log directly into ShareStream at http://ccc.sharestream.net with your S# and network password. You can load an Adobe Presenter Presentation or video directly into the folder/collection labeled with the name of your Blackboard Course and then use either the ShareStream Pick-n-Play tool within your Blackboard site or get a direct link from the ShareStream Media Manager to post the presentation within your course site.

Need more instructions? Check out these resources:

Enabling ShareStream in My Blackboard Course

Loading Zipped files, (Adobe Presenter) to Media Manager

Loading Videos and Audio to ShareStream Pick-n-Play

Faculty who urgently need to upload content to Breeze can email eLiFacultySupport@tri-c.edu for assistance, but are encouraged to use ShareStream to house their multimedia and Adobe Presenter content wherever possible.

The Spring 2015 Blackboard and Adobe Connect Updates are ready!

The Office of eLearning & Innovation and ITS will be applying updates to Adobe Connect on Wednesday, December 17 and to Blackboard on Thursday, December 18th.

Adobe Connect will be unavailable between 5:00-6:30am on Wednesday, December 17.

Blackboard will be unavailable between 4:00-7:00am on Thursday, December 18.

After the updates, both systems will offer users some new and enhanced features. These include new ways to interact with publisher content in Blackboard, improved video and screen sharing in Adobe Connect, enhanced mobile functionality in Blackboard, and streamlined performance in both systems for the Spring 2015 semester.

Watch this blog for further information about these new and improved features!