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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.
If you are moderating a Blackboard Collaborate session, appropriate content preparation and session structure will be key to the success of the session. Before you even launch the software, think through the kind of experience you want to provide and the level of interaction you want session participants to have, then plan out a storyboard for the session.
It's a good idea to run a test session with colleagues first, to ensure every element - from invitation to post-session feedback - is working smoothly. If you have the time, you will also find it helpful to review the participant training.
Here are the steps to get your session up and running: