Just finished reading the following article and have a couple of thoughts. The link should work if you have Science Direct on your campus. Supposed to also be available from EBSCO, but they appear to be two issues behind on this title...
Oya Y. Rieger, Angela K. Horne and Ira Revels, Linking course web sites to library collections and services, The Journal of Academic Librarianship, Volume 30, Issue 3, May 2004, Pages 205-211.
It occurs to me maybe I should be abstracting for Sandy on these things, but I don't want to get all formal with my abstracts - just want to jot down a few notes as I go.
I was hoping to read about how Cornell has a wonderful way of inserting persistent URLs into BlackBoard (U of C is a BlackBoard shop), but that's not what this article's about. As a result of a faculty survey librarians at Cornell did come up with nine recommendations geared towards helping the library become more integral within BlackBoard. Good solid stuff if you're new to this area.
What you might also peek at are the Canned Search Guides Cornell has put together. If you run the Voyager system you might be able to use this extensive information to your advantage. Maybe it's common knowledge (we don't use Voyager), but I'm thinking not based on how complex some of the options are.
The other site they mention is Northumbria University's Guidelines for integrating electronic library resources and Blackboard. Again no real specific examples of how to do it, but lots of good stuff to consider, such as licensing issues, file sizes, differences for on and off campus users, etc. If you're putting together a guide of this sort for faculty, or for your library, this would be a good site to consult.