Using Course Materials in Blackboard

This powerful tool is seamlessly integrated into Blackboard Learn, enabling you to effortlessly create, manage, and share interactive course resource lists, and is available on any device.

Learn about this powerful tool by viewing this video.

The materials included cover a diverse range, including library collections and articles, YouTube videos, books, uploaded lecture notes, open educational resources, and PowerPoint presentations.

  • Improve Efficiency: Provide an intuitive experience for instructors. Faculty can easily add resources directly from any source, edit lists, and roll it over for the following term.
  • Enhance Course Engagement: Shift students from passive reading level to an interactive and engaging learning experience level.
  • Improve Equity: Affordable and equitable access to all course materials.

For additional assistance or support, please contact a member of our library staff below.

Alesy Garza
Library Assistant I
(956) 882-7102

Liliana Galindo, MLIS
Assessment Librarian
(956) 882-6576

To add a Graduate Teaching Assistant, Graduate Assistant Instructor, and or Graduate Associate Instructor to the course please email Alesy Garza or Liliana Galindo directly.

For Blackboard support contact the COLTT Help Desk
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Contact Us:

If you are interested in knowing more about this tool you may register for the upcoming live training sessions through the Training Services Login Portal by selecting the training titled Library: Introducing Course Materials in Blackboard.


  • 6/14/2024 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.
  • 8/16/2024 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Training Description

Want to enhance and elevate your teaching with Course Materials in Blackboard?

This presentation will review the benefits of this useful tool. In this session you will learn how to effortlessly create, manage, and share interactive course resource lists for your students. In order to obtain insight into student usage, you will also additionally discover how to establish a connection with your students and obtain useful date reports. COLTT and the University Library look forward to working with you!