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Blackboard Collaborate - On-Demand Learning for Particitants and Moderators
This resource links to an external web site. Blackboard Collaborate On-demand guides and resources for Participants and Moderators.

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Blackboard Collaborate - Student Lead Sessions|Presenter Role.
How to setup multiple sessions, apply the Presenter role to allow students to lead and manage a Blackboard Collaborate group session.

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Blackboard Collaborate Etiquette Slide
Opening slide to a web conferencing event, explaining how participants conduct themselves during online sessions, meetings and discussions.

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Collaborate, Panopto, and Teams Platform Comparison – Functionality & Scenarios for Use
This document aims to provide a starting point for staff considering which of Edge Hill University's supported platforms to use for online teaching delivery, meetings, or events. All information provided is correct at the time of writing.

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LTD3022: Setting Up a Collaborate Ultra Session
This quick guide for staff explains how to setup a Collaborate virtual classroom, create a link in Blackboard 9.1 and make the room available to participants.

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LTD5030: Learning Edge System Requirements
What does my computer need, for me to use the Learning Edge online learning environment?

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Learning Services Collaborate LEADs Project Pecha Kucha
A brief narrated presentation summarising a Learning Services project carried out in 2013-14. The project aimed to evaluate the potential of Collaborate technology and develop the knowledge and experience of staff and through authentic deployment of the technology. Pilot activities covering three core, yet distinctive, strands of activity (Outreach, Academic Skills & Staff Development) were selected, to test the hypothesis that Collaborate could: (i) improve equity of access to expertise for off campus students, (ii) increase staff and student engagement with sessions and (iii) reduce travel costs for session presenters and participants.

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Online Collaboration
Blackboard Collaborate - Privileges and Permissions. This guide explains the different roles possible for users. Tutor can control how students participate in a collaborative online environment.

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Student Online Collaboration Tool
This guide shows staff how to setup a Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Session for student collaboration, and where students are able to manage the session activity with or without supervision.

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