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Blackboard Collaborate Ultra

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Creating and Managing a Virtual Classroom

Blackboard Collaborate Ultra is a video conferencing tool that lets you set up real-time online sessions with your students. In Collaborate Ultra, you can add files, share applications, and use a virtual whiteboard to interact

User Interface Tour

Key Features

  • Video conferencing & real-time chat
  • Interactive whiteboard
  • Live polling
  • Share applications and files
  • Breakout rooms for student groups
  • Allow instructors to record sessions

Best Practices

  • Find a comfortable place with no distractions.
  • Before your first session visit Blackboard Collaborate Help – Getting Started.
  • Plug in your webcam and microphone, if they are not built into your computer.
  • Explore the Tutorials and Quick Guides listed below.
  • Review the system requirements recommended for optimal use of Blackboard Collaborate.

Getting Started

Faculty:
Creating a Virtual Classroom with Blackboard Collaborate Ultra (step-by-step instructions)
Collaborate Ultra Help for Moderators
How do I find the recordings?
Frequently Asked Questions to running a secure and successful Collaborate session

Students
Student Quick Guide for Collaborate Ultra
Collaborate Ultra Help for Students
How do I find the recordings?

 
 
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