Adding and Managing Course Content
You can upload individual files as large as 100 megabytes to Blackboard and there is no limit to the number of individual files that you can upload. For files larger than 100 megabytes — particularly if those files are large videos — contact your school’s local IT support staff. Many schools offer their faculty access to file and video streaming servers especially designed for streaming large files. You can then link to those files from within your Blackboard course. For instructions on how to do this, please watch “Adding URLs: Linking to Web Pages and Web Sites, to Documents Stored on the Internet, or to Other Internet Resources.”
Adding Content and Resources
Blackboard makes it easy to add links, upload files, and format pages, click the above link to learn how to use resources in your Blackboard course.
Web browsers support certain file formats, click the above link to learn how to use files like MS PowerPoint Presentations in a course.
Reusing, Copying, and Managing Course Content and Resources
A big win in using a course management system like Blackboard is to save you time and work. Learn how to reuse course materials so that you are not reinventing the wheel each semester.
Blackboard Content Collection
Instructors use the Content Collection to store, share, and publish content within personal user folders, course folders, and Institution Folders throughout Courses in Blackboard.