Global English Corner                                                                   Introduction to                   ...
Notes from the sessions                                                Notes from the sessions at                         ...
Invisible colleagues?You cannot see your colleagues– their facial expressions andbody language.How do you feel?What can ...
Non-verbal signals“Raise your hand”                               Step away from the(Your hand stays “up” untilyou put it ...
Can you hear my voice?Click the smiley face, or“give me a smiley face”, if you   Use the Smileycan hear my voice.         ...
Always try this   Audio Setup Wizard
Voice (microphone)Notice speaker name     above mic   Listening   (mic off)    Speaking     (mic on)         Remember to T...
Are you experienced?                              PollingHave you usedeither skype orQQ? Tick / cross to show yes / no.   ...
ConversationHow does this compare with         Skype?(Take the microphone, one at a time)The mic turns yellow           Re...
Which colour is your      favourite?A) PurpleB) GreenC) Yellow                                 Use the Polling Symbols    ...
Text chat   Choose individual   names here for   private message.
Technology in the classroom  Tell us what you think about    using technology in the   classroom – does it help           ...
Whiteboard tools - textGive your students the chance toadd their thoughts to the board
Use any tool ..     Whiteboard tools – free playExperiment to seewhat happens onthe whiteboard.
Vocabulary work                                Use the whiteboard                                                  text to...
Vocabulary work: collectwords about the weather.   `
Debate                               Use the whiteboard                                              text tool (A) – next ...
Debate: “Girls are smarter than boys.”For                               Against                   `
Follow up from these sessions                                            Youll find notes, session                        ...
Share this resource                                        This introduction to elluminate (Version 10) was created by    ...
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Orientation to web conferencing in elluminate (blackboard collaborate)

  1. 1. Global English Corner Introduction to “Elluminate” web conferencingPhoto credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks:Joshfassbind,http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshfassbind/4584323789/
  2. 2. Notes from the sessions Notes from the sessions at http://gecvu.wikispaces.com/ (Write it down for later) Let’s explore together.Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks:Joshfassbind,http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshfassbind/4584323789/
  3. 3. Invisible colleagues?You cannot see your colleagues– their facial expressions andbody language.How do you feel?What can you do?Use the Text Chat Box Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks:left-hand, http://www.flickr.com/photos/7149027@N07/2814011521/
  4. 4. Non-verbal signals“Raise your hand” Step away from the(Your hand stays “up” untilyou put it down. You get a sessionnumber against your name.) (eg on a phone call) Smiley face, Polling applause symbols (and opposites)
  5. 5. Can you hear my voice?Click the smiley face, or“give me a smiley face”, if you Use the Smileycan hear my voice. Symbol Smiley face,to signal approval or agreement
  6. 6. Always try this Audio Setup Wizard
  7. 7. Voice (microphone)Notice speaker name above mic Listening (mic off) Speaking (mic on) Remember to Turn Off when youre finished!
  8. 8. Are you experienced? PollingHave you usedeither skype orQQ? Tick / cross to show yes / no. Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks: Misty, http://www.flickr.com/photos/60402781@N00/185396722
  9. 9. ConversationHow does this compare with Skype?(Take the microphone, one at a time)The mic turns yellow Remember to Turn Off whenwhen you turn it on. youre finished!
  10. 10. Which colour is your favourite?A) PurpleB) GreenC) Yellow Use the Polling Symbols (next to the smiley face)D) Red Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks: Cliff1066, http://www.flickr.com/photos/28567825@N03/3278639065/
  11. 11. Text chat Choose individual names here for private message.
  12. 12. Technology in the classroom Tell us what you think about using technology in the classroom – does it help Use the Text Chat Box students?Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks 作者 chrisschuepp,http://www.flickr.com/photos/11883362@N00/2264352319/
  13. 13. Whiteboard tools - textGive your students the chance toadd their thoughts to the board
  14. 14. Use any tool .. Whiteboard tools – free playExperiment to seewhat happens onthe whiteboard.
  15. 15. Vocabulary work Use the whiteboard text tool (A) – next screenBrainstorming for theme-based learning: Work together to write all theweather words you can think of. Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks for “Sky is cracking” http://www.flickr.com/photos/78888043@N00/144703613
  16. 16. Vocabulary work: collectwords about the weather. `
  17. 17. Debate Use the whiteboard text tool (A) – next screen Eg “The popularity of the English language is adanger to other languages.”or “Television makes you stupid.”or “Girls are smarter than boys.” Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks “Confusedvision” http://www.flickr.com/photos/confusedvision/697348117/
  18. 18. Debate: “Girls are smarter than boys.”For Against `
  19. 19. Follow up from these sessions Youll find notes, session summaries, related links, help files and video at http://gecvu.wikispaces.com/ You can join the site and post questions. This introduction to elluminate was created by Michael Chalk from resources made for Victorian ACFE e-mentor projects, Adult Learning Australia (ALA), and Victoria University. Licensed under creative commons.Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks:Joshfassbind,http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshfassbind/4584323789/
  20. 20. Share this resource This introduction to elluminate (Version 10) was created by Michael Chalk from existing resources made for  Victorian ACFE e-mentor projects,  Adult Learning Australia (ALA), and  Victoria University. Licensed under creative commons: “Introduction to elluminate web conferencing” by Michael Chalk is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 License. Michael Chalk is at http://michalk.id.au/txt/ Please retain all credits for photographers.Photo credit: (creative commons at flickr) Thanks:Joshfassbind,http://www.flickr.com/photos/joshfassbind/4584323789/

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