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Blackboard Collaborate Original :: Blackboard Collaborate Original - Overview (UW-Madison)

One stop shop for everything Blackboard Collaborate Original-related on UW-Madison's campus. Resources are organized by role and interest, browse to find specific documents to help you out with everything from a product overview to step-by-step instructions for specific use cases.

  • For a product overview of Blackboard Collaborate Original, including what it is and a list of its main features, please click here. (Looking for Blackboard Collaborate Ultra? Go Here)
  • To check out Original's system requirements and test your computer's configuration, please click here.
  • For instructions on how to join a Original session in the My UW Portal, please click here.
  • (Note: Students cannot set up Original web conferencing sessions, they can only join conferences set up by their instructors)
  • For an overview of training resources for students/participants or instructors/moderators using Original, please click here.
  • For a quick-reference sheet of best practices for using Original, please click here.
  • If you are experiencing any technical problems with Original, you can get help through Blackboard's support portal.

Setting up Original Sessions (including Permissions)

For more information on features specific to using Original in My UW Portal, please click here.

To better plan on how to set and use participant permissions during a Original session please click here.

For step-by-step instructions on how to rotate permissions during a Original session please click here.

Use Cases

Click on a use case below for step-by-step instructions on how to use Original for that use case.

Large Group Information Dissemination Template  (ex. Information Session, Software Demonstration, Undergrad Lecture, Student Presentations, Guest Speaker)

Large Group Participatory User Template  (ex. Virtual Department Meeting, Virtual Staff Meeting, Review Session)

Small Group User Template  (ex. Undergraduate Seminar, Graduate Seminar, Instructor Meeting, Dissertation or MA Defense, Review Session)

Virtual Office Hours Template

Collaborate Features

Click on the links below for step-by-step instructions on how to use Collaborate Original features such as Whiteboard, Polls, and Application Sharing.

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1 Learn@UW - Which should I use? Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, Google Hangouts Meet, Webex Meetings, Microsoft Teams, Adobe Connect
2 Blackboard Support: How to request a large event (250 - 500 concurrent attendees)
3 Blackboard Collaborate - Requesting a Missing Session Recording
4 Blackboard Support - How to request the restoration of a deleted or missing recording
5 Blackboard Collaborate - Troubleshooting Connectivity Issues
6 BlackBoard Collaborate Original - Using Panels (UW-Madison)
7 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Small Group User Template (UW-Madison)
8 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Large Group Participatory User Template (UW-Madison)
9 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Large Group Information Dissemination User Template (UW-Madison)
10 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Virtual Office Hours Template (UW-Madison)
11 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Setting up Audio and Video (UW-Madison)
12 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Setting Permissions (UW-Madison)
13 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Rotating Permissions (UW-Madison)
14 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Using the Whiteboard (UW-Madison)
15 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Using Application Sharing (UW-Madison)
16 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Using Web Tour (UW-Madison)
17 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Using Chat (UW-Madison)
18 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Using File Transfer (UW-Madison)
19 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Using Breakout Rooms (UW-Madison)
20 Blackboard Collaborate Original - Using Polls (UW-Madison)

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