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HSU's AT&T Reservationless Teleconferencing Service can be used in conjunction with Blackboard Collaborate, HSU's web conferencing system, to provide an alternative to the computer and web-based audio channel commonly used for web conferences. It's a useful alternative to have when data lines get overloaded with presentation materials or a very large number of people is attending an online meeting.
To get the most out of using Blackboard Collaborate, you'll need to ensure that your computer meets the minimum system requirements, that you have a compatible headset with built-in microphone, and that you have a good, preferably broadband, Internet connection. Please review the specifications below to ensure that youur equipment is capable of running Blackboard Collaborate; if you need additional assistance with configuring your system, contact the Technology Help Desk at (707) 826-HELP (4357).
Every Blackboard Collaborate session will have a moderator, who is in the driver's seat for the session and is usually the person leading the meeting, and participants, who may be other faculty or staff, or may be students. How you begin the process of preparing for and conducting a session will be different depending on which role you are taking.
Every Blackboard Collaborate session will have a moderator, who is in the driver's seat for the session, and participants, who may be other faculty or staff, or may be students. For teaching purposes, the moderator will generally be faculty, and for training and professional development purposes, the moderator will generally be staff or a guest speaker. How you begin the process of preparing for a session will be different depending on which role you are taking.
Before you begin facilitating web conferences and other online meetings using Blackboard Collaborate, you should complete the following training sessions. All of these sessions, with the exception of the HSU one-hour orientation, are provided through the Blackboard Collaborate website.