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Junita Lyon   Leo Gregorc    eMentor     eChampion
•What is a Moderator?•Best practice skills in moderating•Getting to know the software•Basic navigation of BlackboardCollab...
Skills required– Flexibility, versatility, knowledge of software, multi-task-ability, succinctness, interruptability– Abil...
Obligations of a moderator• Organise meeting; send invites; follow up RSVP• Logged on early; have notes prepared; met with...
Getting started things you must do• Ensure your system meets the minimum  requirements• Launch a private session to famili...
What you should send invitees• How to access the Blackboard Collaborate Web  Conferencing session• How to access the sessi...
Welcoming participants• Voice or text welcome• Audio setup wizard• Once completed, verbal indication to come to  the micro...
The blackboard interface
Allocating permissions• As a moderator, you have global  permissions – all functions/modes• You can allocate permissions  ...
Moderator screens
Web tour• You can let people explore the site themselves   or they can follow your lead (recommended)  • Best always to pr...
Application Sharing• Need to have the applications open in      the background before you launch    • Ensure the follow is...
Loading Content
Recording the session
Questions and comments
Next Session:• Planning a meeting• Booking a room/meeting• Using the tools of the room
Moderating in BBc
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Webinar 1 Bbc moderator 101

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Basics of being a moderator
Navigating around BBc

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  • 1 Title bar 6 Minimize button 2 Menu bar 7 Maximize button 3 Audio & Video panel 8 Close button 4 Participants panel 9 Collaboration toolbar Chat panel 10 Content area The Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing room consists of six main components:The Menu bar contains the File, Edit, View, Tools, Windows and Help menus.The Audio & Video panel enables you to participate in conversations either using a microphone and speakers (or headset) or via a teleconference. You also can transmit and receive Video during the session and preview your video before transmitting it.The Participants panel provides a list of all Participants and Moderators in the session and information about their current activities, such as talking (Audio), transmitting Video, sending a Chat message, using the Whiteboard drawing tools and conducting an Application Sharing session. Above the Participants list is a small toolbar containing buttons for raising your hand and stepping away from the session and menus for selecting polling responses and feedback options.The Chat panel enables you to send Chat messages to everyone in the room or to Moderators only. By selecting names in the Participants list, you can send private Chat messages to individuals. Messages can be printed and saved to track session communication.The Collaboration toolbar contains three buttons for switching between the three content modes (Whiteboard, Application Sharing and Web Tour), an Information menu for obtaining session information (e.g., connection type) and starting the Timer, a Load Content button for loading content into the session and the Record button.The Content area is the main presentation window. Moderators use this region to load presentations. Everyone can use the tools on the Whiteboard to draw or write. All the objects and images on the Whiteboard are dynamic and can be modified. Everyone can print the Whiteboard pages or save them to a file to review later.
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    1. 1. Junita Lyon Leo Gregorc eMentor eChampion
    2. 2. •What is a Moderator?•Best practice skills in moderating•Getting to know the software•Basic navigation of BlackboardCollaborate
    3. 3. Skills required– Flexibility, versatility, knowledge of software, multi-task-ability, succinctness, interruptability– Ability to stay focused in any situation– Manage a group of people online– Netiquette
    4. 4. Obligations of a moderator• Organise meeting; send invites; follow up RSVP• Logged on early; have notes prepared; met with co-presenters before meeting; planned meeting• Familiar with software; basic troubleshooting• Ensure that all invitees are accounted for• Welcome participants, set the tone for the meeting
    5. 5. Getting started things you must do• Ensure your system meets the minimum requirements• Launch a private session to familiarise yourself with the software – interactive whiteboard, web tour, application sharing• Perform Audio-set up wizard
    6. 6. What you should send invitees• How to access the Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing session• How to access the session recording• Who to contact for help and where to access the user guides and other resource material for your system
    7. 7. Welcoming participants• Voice or text welcome• Audio setup wizard• Once completed, verbal indication to come to the microphone to say hello or to indicate that audio is working correctly – use emoticons• Review features and functions of chat and whiteboard
    8. 8. The blackboard interface
    9. 9. Allocating permissions• As a moderator, you have global permissions – all functions/modes• You can allocate permissions to individuals or the whole group• You can make a participant a moderator
    10. 10. Moderator screens
    11. 11. Web tour• You can let people explore the site themselves or they can follow your lead (recommended) • Best always to provide the link in the chat window
    12. 12. Application Sharing• Need to have the applications open in the background before you launch • Ensure the follow is ticked so that participants stay on the same page
    13. 13. Loading Content
    14. 14. Recording the session
    15. 15. Questions and comments
    16. 16. Next Session:• Planning a meeting• Booking a room/meeting• Using the tools of the room
    17. 17. Moderating in BBc
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