Faculty often use Blackboard Collaborate to allow student to present papers or projects to the rest of the class virtually. In order for the student to be able to upload a Powerpoint or OpenOffice presentation they will need moderator privileges.
Once you have opened the Bb Collaborate Tool you will see five areas of interest.
Using the Collaborate video conferencing tool within blackboard can increase student interactions. Here you will learn how to create a link to the Blackboard Collaborate tool.
A step-by-step instructions on how to schedule a Blackboard Collaborate Session.
When in a Blackboard Collaborate session you may experience audio issues. Here you will find ways to resolve most common audio problems within the Collaborate session.
General support documents are provided within this post to help with many issues that may arise during a Collaborate session. Documents include: Quick Reference and Essentials for Participants; Quick Reference and Essentials for Moderators.
Recording a Collaborate session allows for students or participants to review any materials discussed during the live session or watch a prerecorded sessions at a later time. Moderators can choose to record session but should be aware of some of the main Collaborate features.
Blackboard Collaborate allows users to upload presentations, but only accepts PowerPoint and OpenOffice presentation files and image files (.gif, .jpg, and .png).