Introduction to
Copying and Moving
Content
Blackboard Learn 9.1
Kirsten Thompson | University of Leeds
In this tutorial we are
going to explore
copying and moving
content.
Make sure
Edit Mode is
ON.
Enter a Content
Area e.g.
Learning
Resources and
find the content
or folder you wish
to copy or move.
Hovering the
mouse over
the item to be
copied or
moved reveals
the Action Link
arrowhead
and clicking on
it reveals the
co...
In this example the
Lecture 1 slides are
going to be moved.
Destination Module
includes a list of all
modules and
organisa...
Browse to the
Destination
Folder.
Select the
folder the item
will be moved
into. In this
example,
week 1 folder.
Check the
destination is
correct and
select Submit.
The lecture
notes have
now been
moved into the
week 1 folder.
The lecture
notes have
now been
moved into the
week 1 folder.
Inside the week 1 folder.
The process for copying content is
very similar – complete the copy
form by choosing the copy
de...
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A short tutorial introducing copying and moving content in Blackboard Learn 9.1. This tutorial is part of initial VLE training for colleagues at the University of Leeds.

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Introduction to Copying and Moving Content in Blackboard Learn 9.1

  1. 1. Introduction to Copying and Moving Content Blackboard Learn 9.1 Kirsten Thompson | University of Leeds
  2. 2. In this tutorial we are going to explore copying and moving content.
  3. 3. Make sure Edit Mode is ON.
  4. 4. Enter a Content Area e.g. Learning Resources and find the content or folder you wish to copy or move.
  5. 5. Hovering the mouse over the item to be copied or moved reveals the Action Link arrowhead and clicking on it reveals the copy and move options.
  6. 6. In this example the Lecture 1 slides are going to be moved. Destination Module includes a list of all modules and organisations you have instructor access to.
  7. 7. Browse to the Destination Folder.
  8. 8. Select the folder the item will be moved into. In this example, week 1 folder.
  9. 9. Check the destination is correct and select Submit.
  10. 10. The lecture notes have now been moved into the week 1 folder.
  11. 11. The lecture notes have now been moved into the week 1 folder.
  12. 12. Inside the week 1 folder. The process for copying content is very similar – complete the copy form by choosing the copy destination and submit.
  13. 13. End
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