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== Using Elluminate FAQ (first semester users) ==
 
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The Using Elluminate FAQ is a place for collecting information about puzzles that are frequently encountered during the first semester of using Elluminate. Relevant topics include:  how to reduce audio feedback (echos and buzzes), trouble when uploading PowerPoint slides, etc.
 
 
 
 
  
 
== Specialized Topics FAQ ==
 
== Specialized Topics FAQ ==

Revision as of 19:16, 26 February 2009

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Elluminate is a web-conferencing tool that allows participants anywhere in the world to collaborate in real-time via audio, video and text chat; shared whiteboard for display and annotations; shared viewing of web pages, etc.

Project status (2/2009) MIIS is working in collaboration with the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) on this pilot project. Since August 2008 a small number of users have been accessing three practice rooms to explore the possible impact of this tool for teaching and learning.


Getting Started FAQ for Participants

The Getting Started FAQ for Participants is a place for collecting information helpful to new students, staff and faculty who are just starting to attend or participate in sessions hosted in Elluminate. Relevant topics include: how to log in, how to set up and test your speakers/mic, and basic navigation and use tips.


Getting Started FAQ for Facilitators

The Getting Started FAQ for Facilitators is a place for collecting information helpful for anyone interested in learning how to set up and facilitate a session in Elluminate. Relevant topics include: how to request access to an Elluminate room, an overview of the basic features, and a collection of basic Elluminate facilitation tips.


Using Elluminate FAQ (first semester users)

The Using Elluminate FAQ is a place for collecting information about puzzles that are frequently encountered during the first semester of using Elluminate. Relevant topics include: how to reduce audio feedback (echos and buzzes), trouble when uploading PowerPoint slides, etc.

Specialized Topics FAQ

Non-MIIS Resources for Learning About Elluminate