Learn@UW - About Learn@UW Web Conferencing

Instructors and TAs can set up and manage web conferences directly from Learn@UW courses. These web conferences can be used for a number of purposes, such as live discussions, presentations, office hours, and so on.

Learn@UW web conferencing uses Blackboard Collaborate software. Blackboard Collaborate is a browser-based web conferencing tool that allows people to communicate, collaborate, and participate in virtual meetings. 

Why Learn@UW Web Conferencing?

The advantage of making a web conference available from your Learn@UW course is that people you invite from your Classlist can access the web conference directly from the course. You can also save recordings (“archives”) of web conferences right in your Learn@UW course and people in the Classlist can access those archives later if you allow them to do so. 

Blackboard Collaborate web conferencing software can also be used independently of Learn@UW. 


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Keywords:learn@uw learnuw d2l desire2learn web conference web conferences web conferencing Elluminate Collaborate internal external attendees moderator participant moderators participants archive archives recordings recording Blackboard Collaborate   Doc ID:21061
Owner:Kristy B.Group:Learn@UW Madison
Created:2011-10-31 12:32 CDTUpdated:2013-08-19 18:45 CDT
Sites:Blackboard Collaborate, DoIT Help Desk, DoIT Tech Store, Learn@UW Madison
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