As of June 30, 2021, Blackboard Collaborate Ultra is no longer available for free use by UW-Madison faculty, staff, and students. UW-Madison recommends using Zoom as a replacement for instructional and non-instructional web conferencing purposes.
UW-Madison Zoom accounts cannot be used to store HIPAA protected data (Protected Health Information, PHI), unless they are using a HIPAA protected sub account; please contact email@example.com for help creating a HIPAA protected sub account.
Online learning can occur in many different environments, including undergraduate classes, graduate classes, and workplace trainings. Shifting content from face-to-face instruction to online platforms can be challenging, particularly when it comes to navigating new technology. These resources are meant to guide faculty and staff through the transition to virtual learning by providing training on the learning tools available at UW-Madison. There are also resources to supply ongoing support and aid in technology troubleshooting. Be sure to also check out our Online Learning Best Practices page for tips on the practical application of these tools.
Just In Time
These Just In Time resources are ideal if you only have a couple of minutes to start finding out about Online Learning Tools.
Source: Educating Over Zoom
This tip sheet from the Zoom provides quick tips for teachers educating on Zoom.