Already have folders organized on your computer that you would like to upload to Blackboard? You can upload multiple files at once!
Do you have a syllabus quiz that you give to students? The Office of Academic Initiatives and Integrity created some quiz questions that you can import into Blackboard to quiz your students on the U of A’s academic integrity policy. You can any or all of these questions and even add your own.
Did you know? You can add information to your Blackboard course in just a few easy steps! If you use these items you never have to worry about keeping the information current. Your course will be updated automatically when we make updates.
In order for students to access the Echo360 content for a course a Content link to the Echo360 external tool must be added to each course. For student participation to be sent to the Results Center the Echo360 tool must be added through the Assessments menu on the Content page. Below you will find instructions for adding the Echo360 tool to courses, connecting Blackboard to Echo360 to get content, and creating a link to Echo360 in the course menu.
You can easily add images from the photo website Flickr into your Blackboard course using the Mashups options. This is available from the Build Content menu (instructors only) and from the Mashups button in any text editor (instructors and students).
One of the ways for an instructor to make content available to students in a Blackboard course is to link to a file. Instructors can upload a file and make it available for students to download from a link.
To make it easier for students to find information in your course, instructors can make multiple links to the same content elsewhere in the course as long as it is already available to students. In Blackboard Learn, this is called Course Link.
There are a variety of software and web-based tools available for creating meaningful and engaging presentations.
Copy individual course items and folders from one course to another.
Step by Step instructions for adding and configuring the appearance of images in your Blackboard items.