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  • 1. Creating and Planning Effective Online Sessions with Blackboard Collaborate
  • 2. Features • Audio/Video Capabilities (up to 6 people) • Chats • Upload Content • White Board • Screen Sharing • Web Tour • Polling • Breakout Rooms • Record sessions when finished
  • 3. Interface
  • 4. Getting Started • Located in “Tools” section in Blackboard • Create sessions and access previously recorded sessions • Create a single session or weekly sessions • Allow outside participants/guest speakers • Pre-load content such as session plans
  • 5. Benefits of Blended Learning The blended learning approach offers the advantage of flexibility, convenience, and increased opportunities for interaction with the instructor and other students. [Pulaski, Behling, M., Klingner, Gordon, B. “The Technological Age of Teaching.” Teaching Inclusively in Higher Education] Until recently, one of the big questions in distant education was whether it delivered comparable outcomes to traditional classroom instruction. Now, the question generating research and discussion is why not have the best of both worlds? [Vernadakis, N., Antoniou, P., Giannousi, M., Zetou, E., & Kioumourtzoglou, E. “Comparing hybrid learning with traditional approaches on learning the microsoft office power point 2003 program in tertiary education.” Computers & Education. (2009)] With many faculty equally preferring both [online discussion and classroom discussion], cross-pollination in hybrid classes will continue to flourish. [Baglione, S., Nastanski, M. “The Superiority of Online Discussion.” The Quarterly Review of Distance Education. (2007).]
  • 6. Contacts and Help Beth Gordon Executive Director, Academic Technology bgordon@pace.edu Joe Seijo Assistant Director, Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) jseijo@pace.edu Martina Blackwood Director, Instructional Technology mblackwood@pace.edu Getting Started: • http://www.blackboard.com/Platforms/Collaborate/Services/On-Demand- Learning-Center/Web-Conferencing.aspx

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