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Resources and information to support users of the Collaborate web conferencing system at UCSF.
Last Updated: Jun 12, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Getting Started

If you are a first time user of Collaborate, please take the following steps to begin today!


Collaborate Terminology


Moderators have access to all session features. The person conducting a session, such as a teacher, is typically the Moderator.

Participants have restricted access to system features. Students are typically Participants.

Read more in the Collaborate Terminology Guide (PDF).


Blackboard Collaborate @ UCSF

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On Friday, July 25, 2014, UCSF faculty, staff and students will no longer be able to create or join Collaborate sessions, and all recorded Collaborate sessions will be deleted from the UCSF Collaborative Learning Environment (CLE).

As part of the UCSF Unified Communications plan, WebEx will be the web conference system supported on campus by the TeleHealth and Telemedicine department.

For more information on the transition, please visit the Convergence blog.


Video: Get Started with Collaborate

Please watch the intro video below to see how Collaborate can enhance learning inside and outside of your classroom.

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Blackboard Support

Below are PDF guides provided by Blackboard for Collaborate users. The PDFs are helpful resources, but do not provide support information specific to UCSF.

  • Moderator Help
    A PDF guide written for Collaborate Web Conference Moderators by Blackboard.
  • Participant Help
    A PDF guide written for Collaborate Web Conference Participants by Blackboard.
  • Accessibility Guide
    This guide is written for BlackBoard Collaborate Web Conferencing Accessibility issues.

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