Uploading files


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Uploading files

To upload files from your computer to Blackboard, access your course, click on a content area-- in this case Information. If you have any subfolders, click on the subfolder. Make sure Edit Mode is on and then click Build Content and choose either Item or File. Now I'd love to pretend that we're all going to log in to Blackboard and create brand-new content within Blackboard. But the reality is we already have a lot of files on our computer that already exist and we are just going to upload them from our computer to Blackboard.

If you are going to do that though, there are some rules to remember. See, the Internet has some very specific file-naming rules. On your computer, file names can contain extra characters and spaces. On a Mac, your files may not even have any extensions. Unfortunately, that's just not going to work on the web. On the web your file names cannot have any special characters. If you have to hit the Ctrl or Alt keys to produce a particular letter or character ...

Uploading files
Video duration: 11m 49s 6h 52m Beginner Updated Oct 09, 2012

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Uploading files provides you with in-depth training on Education + Elearning. Taught by Patrick Crispen as part of the Blackboard 9.x Essential Training for Instructors

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Education + Elearning
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