The Content Collection is Blackboard’s built-in document repository. You have a personal, My Content folder to store files outside of courses, and you can have Course Content folders that store all of the files uploaded to your courses. You can store, share, and publish content within various levels of folders in the Content Collection throughout courses in Blackboard Learn. Files can be linked in different areas in a course and items from a course can be added to a folder in the Content Collection.
Access Content Collection from a course
Open your course.
From the Control Panel, click the arrow by Content Collection to expand it.
Select the content type you are wanting to access:
Select your course ID to open the Course Content folder for that course. This contains all of the files uploaded/added to that course.
Select your username to open your personal My Content folder. This is content that is not necessarily attached to any course and intentionally uploaded to the My Content folder by you.
Select All Courses Content to view a list of all of your course content folders. These folders hold all of the course files for each of your courses.
Select All Organizations Content to view a list of all of your organization content folder. These folders hold all of the organization files for each of your organizations.
Select Institution Content to view a list of all content folders shared by your Institution.
Access Content Collection directly
Log into Blackboard.
Select the Content Collection tab near the top-right of the page.
Find your content using the navigation menu on the left.
My Content is where you will find your username, which is the name of your personal My Content folder.
Course Content is where you will find a list of all of your Blackboard course folders, which hold all of the course files.
Organization Content is where you will find a list of all of your Blackboard organization/community site folders, which hold all of the organization files.
Institution Content is where you will find a list of all public content folders shared by your Institution, such as Title IX and Library resources.