Today, Blackboard announced the latest release for Blackboard Learn with Release 9.1, a big milestone for the company and for the Bb Learn platform. Check out today’s stories in Campus Technology and Inside Higher Ed, as well as the news and updates on the Blackboard.com Learn platform page and on TalkToBb.com. Clients should also take a look at the comprehensively revised Upgrade Center for Release 9.1-related planning and support, as well as the video tutorials that can help faculty and students get used to Release 9.1.

To mark the launch of Release 9.1, Blackboard Learn President Ray Henderson talks in this video about Release 9.1 and the approach Bb took with this release to focus on the “total experience that our clients have with the company.” In the video, Ray talks about how Release 9.1 is more than just software: it’s about building a relationship with clients that is more focused on partnership than being a vendor. 

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  • Luis A. Martínez

    Interesting: “it’s about building a relationship with clients that is more focused on partnership than being a vendor”.
    Are you talking about the same kind of realtionship with clients that Blackboard built around co-production or the iPhone application? Are you talking about creating something, letting your clients start working on it and leaving them lost in the dust?