What's a course without content?
In the classroom, you may provide students with textbooks, handouts, study guides, and other materials to help them learn. The same goes for your virtual classroom in Blackboard Learn.
In this section, we outline how to create, reuse, and share content with your students when you're ready. You can organize content within your course to have it associated with certain lessons. Blackboard's Digital Content and the Blackboard Store are also valuable resources in adding ready-made content to your course.
- Create Content
- Reuse Content
- Release Content
- Bulk Delete Course Information
- Course Files
- Blackboard Open Content
- Build a Glossary
- Blackboard Digital Content
- Blackboard Store
- McGraw-Hill Connect and Create
- Chegg Study
- Best Practice: Reduce Your Course Size
- Best Practice: U.S. Copyrights
- Best Practice: Intro Videos
- Best Practice: Twitter
- Best Practice: Web 2.0 Tools
- Jones & Bartlett Learning