Collaborate Version 12 (formerly Elluminate Live!)

Haven’t tried Collaborate, formerly known as Elluminate Live!, yet? It’s an amazing way to communicate real-time with your students online.
Think of the possibilities—online office hours, study sessions, class meetings…
You can chat (type), speak with audio to the class, use a webcam to transmit your video to the group, show a PowerPoint, webpage, video, draw together on a whiteboard…
You can also record the whole session with just a click, and paste the link to the recording in your online Canvas course for students who missed the session or for students who would like to review it.
We will discuss:
·  Creating a session
·  Session settings
·  Optional components such as microphones, headsets, webcams, digital stylus/tablet
·  Browser security settings and other issues when connecting to a session
·  Hand raising
·  Polling
·  Responding to a poll question
·  Using emoticons to show laughter, confusion, applause, or disapproval
·  Chat
·  Whiteboard
·  Presenting a slideshow
·  Adjusting your audio and video settings
·  Desktop and application sharing, leading a webtour
·  Transferring files
·  Recording a session for students to view later
·  Online tutorials and resources to teach participants how to use Collaborate
·  Possible uses for teaching, conferences, office hours…
NOTE: Elluminate Live! is now called “Collaborate.”
This session will be held online. You will be emailed the information you’ll need to join the session after you register.

Before our session, you will need to watch this 7-minute Participant Orientation tutorial video for Collaborate Version 12:

Required equipment:
This is a live online course, so you will need a computer with
internet access. You will also need computer speakers (built-in
or separate) or a headset to hear the instructor and group.

Suggested equipment:
Microphone (or headset with microphone): If you have a
you can speak to the group.
Webcam: If you have a webcam, you can transmit your video to the