• Multimedia Lab (MML) - We Are Here to Help You With Your Technology Questions
  • Multimedia Lab (MML) - Supporting Your Course Technology Needs
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Multimedia Lab

Contact us for any assistance needed with online course technology

About the MML

We specialize in online course development, web & software development, database development & maintenance, videography, photography, and educational advancement. We are proficient with the most modern educational technology that improves the education process including, but not limited to: Office 365 cloud suite, Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Blackboard, HTML5/CSS3, Panopto, Poll Everywhere, Ensemble Video, Panopto, VoiceThread, and Respondus/Blackboard Online Exams.

To contact us, email: SONMultimediaLab@utmb.edu


Take control of your online education experience.

Blackboard Login

Blackboard Login

Navigating Blackboard

Navigating Blackboard

Using the Discussion Board

Using Blackboard Discussion Board

Submitting Assignments in Blackboard

Blackboard Login
Student Guide to Success in Online Courses

Student Guide To Success in Online Course(s)

Student Guide to Success
Voicethread Support

VoiceThread Support

VoiceThread Support
Panopto Resources

Panopto Resources

Panopto Resources
  • Computer Requirements

    For the best experience and support with online courses, we recommend our students' devices meet our Standard Computer Requirements.

  • UTMB Wi-Fi Network(s)

    Did you know there are two wireless networks available on campus: UTMBWifi and UTMBGuest. UTMBGuest is an unencrypted, public network purposed for hospital patients.
    All UTMB faculty, staff and students are strongly urged to use UTMBWifi.

  • Office 365 Cloud Suite

    Did you know there is a free version of the entire Microsoft Office suite in the cloud? Did you know all UTMB faculty, staff & students get instant access to this suite? Login in at https://portal.office.com and get started today!

  • Available Mobile App(s)

    For those on the move, we recommend installing the following available mobile app(s): Poll Everywhere, Outlook & other Office apps. Though available, we do not recommend installing/using any Blackboard app(s) at this time.

  • OneDrive For Business

    Did you know, as part of the instant access to Office 365, all UTMB faculty, staff & students are allocated 1 TB of storage space in OneDrive? Did you also know you can access OneDrive from anywhere with internet? Check it out: https://onedrive.com.

Did you know?

Did you know?



    We conduct a brief technology training for incoming students called, eCamp. During eCamp we introduce and discuss various technology topics including:

    • Connecting to UTMB wireless

    • Using UTMB email

    • Blackboard

    • Information Technology Services

    Meet Our Team

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