Blackboard has a wealth of knowledge and information on their website, and we have also created documentation to support Collaborate web conferencing. This document provides you with links to some of the most useful information for Collaborate participants.
Participants in Collaborate
Participants attend web conference sessions and have access to many of the interface features. Students may access Collaborate sessions from within a Learn@UW course or by clicking on a URL link from an email invitation. Participants may be students or any other type of UW employee or affiliate. Moderators can grant participants moderator status.
Click on the links below, to launch the Blackboard training document or video.
* Start with the starred items; then if you still need more information, you may want to check out the additional resources.
|Title & Description
* Getting Started for Participants Quick Reference Guide (PDF)
- Click on the link below, to access the Blackboard On-Demand Learning Center.
- Click on the PDF link to download the handout.
2 page PDF handout
|This 2-page handout (PDF) highlights the main features of the Blackboard Collaborate interface. |
Take a few minutes (6:55 mins.) to review this narrated PowerPoint presentation covering:
- The participant orientation
- The Whiteboard
Searchable guide that includes the most widely used
features in Bb Collaborate sessions.
(This guide is not comprehensive; see the complete guide, below.)
Searchable guide – HTML or PDF (You can download the 94
page PDF guide.)
Searchable complete user guide for participants.
Searchable guide – HTML or PDF (You can download the 228
page PDF guide.
This guide is written for Blackboard Collaborate Web
Conferencing users with visual, auditory or motor disabilities. It describes
the accessibility features in Blackboard Collaborate intended for these users.
Searchable guide – HTML or PDF (You can download the 70
page PDF guide.)