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SlideShare Presentation

The order of search results is determined by SlideShare. SlideShare offers presentations under different license types. Creative Commons licenses run the gamut from all rights reserved to no rights reserved. For more information, visit Creative Commons Licenses.

Add a SlideShare Presentation

1. Turn Edit Mode to ON.

 Edit Mode Blackboard

2. Go to the content area (i.e. Course Information, Course Documents, etc.) where the item is to be uploaded.

3. Hover over the Build Content button.

4. Click SlideShare Presentation.

5. Click on the Search Type drop-down arrow and then click on:

  • Full Text - to search titles, narratives, and tags for the text string entered in the search field.
  • Tags Only - to only search tags for the next string entered in the Search field. (Warning: tag fields are optional in SlideShare and are often not populated.)
  • Specific Presentation (URL) - if you know the specific SlideShare that you want to link to, then type or paste the URL into the search field.
6. Enter the text you wish to search for in the Search box.
 
7. If you would like to limit the number of content languages to one, click on the Language drop-down arrow located to the right of the field, then click on a language. Next click on the Go button to start the search.
 
8. Click on the drop-down arrow to the right of the License field, then click on the license type that address how you plan on using the content in your course.
 
9. Click Preview or Select.

10. Once an option is selected, enter a Name (if different from default) and description (optional) for the image.

11. Select Mashup Options.

  • View: Thumbnail will show as full size when View Link is clicked. Embed Photo will show the photo directly in the page.
  • Show SlideShare URL: Yes or No
  • Show SlideShare Information: Yes or No

12. Attach a Link - optional

13. Select Yes beside "Permit Users to View this Content."

14. Click Submit.

This article was updated: 11/30/2017