Visit Blackboard's course content overview page for details on how to create content.
See below for a summary that can help you structure content within your Blackboard course.
In general, there are two ways to present course material within each content area, as files for students to download or as Web-based content that combines text, images, links, and other types of media for students to view online.
For more information on how to organize your course into different areas and to learn how to build content within each area, follow the links at right.
Blackboard uses a series of Course Areas or "containers" to organize and display course content. The Course Content portion of a Blackboard course is accessible to participants through the Course Menu, located at the top of the left-hand side column of the Blackboard interface.
By-and-large, each of these "containers" is a blank slate where you can place course content as needed (e.g., downloadable files, links to course tools & activities, multimedia content, etc.). The difference between them lies in how each one displays information (e.g., as a Web page, a list of links, a set of indexed pages, etc.). Choosing the best fit for you depends on the structure of your course and your particular needs as an instructor.