How is Collaborate Being Used by My Peers?

Event Type: 
CS 101
Event Date: 
April 8, 2015
Event Time: 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Have you heard about Blackboard Collaborate?

Do you wonder how you might use it in your courses?


Join us on Wednesday, April 8th in CS 101 from 10:00-11:30am to see how your colleagues are using this synchronous online communication tool in their courses. The session consists of a series of short presentations on various ways faculty are using Collaborate. Light refreshments will be served.



Peter MacIntyre: Department of Psychology

Using Collaborate to enable Students to do alternative assignments

Sue MacKenzie: Department of Community Studies

Using Collaborate to facilitate group activities

Eileen Smith-Piovesan: Coordinator, Teaching and Learning

Using Collaborate to facilitate collaborative editing

Terry MacDonald: Manager, Teacher Education and Technology Enhanced Learning

Forming groups in Collaborate

Kathy Snow: Education Department

Using Collaborate to enable CBU students and students taking a similar course at another institution to present to each other

Sonya Singer: Education Department

Giving students temporary “moderator” privileges to enable them to control the pace of their presentations and cue video links


To register for this session, contact  or call extension 1459.  Please register by noon on Monday, April 6th.