Blackboard Drive allows you to mount remote volumes and folders on a WebDAV server, effectively turning the Internet into a secure, shared volume. The Blackboard Drive network volume behaves exactly like a Windows® OS shared volume, except that it uses HTTP and WebDAV protocols. This permits any Windows® OS application to open and edit documents stored on a web server as easily as if the documents were on your computer.
The latest version of Blackboard Drive is supported on the following Operating Systems:
The current release version of Blackboard Drive for Windows® is 1.5.13477, and Blackboard Drive for Mac is 0.9.
If you are running the Mac OS X or the Windows XP operating system, then your choice will be easy. However, if you are running Windows Vista or Windows 7 then you will first need to determine if you have a 32-bit or 64-bit operating system. To make that determination, please follow the steps below.
Now that you know which operating system you have installed, please use the Download links below to download the installation package and the Install Instruction links that provide installation instructions for the Blackboard Drive package that is correct for your system. As always, if you have any questions regarding this please contact the Technology Assistance Center.
Last updated: 05-15-2015