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Decommissioning of Blackboard Collaborate

UCL will cease to support and license Blackboard Collaborate from the end of the academic year 2021-22.  Zoom and Microsoft Teams are UCL’s recommended platforms for live online teaching.  The Education planning 2021-22 web pages

Covid-19 teaching continuity

Please be advised that UCL's Education planning 2020-21 webpages offer fully up-to-date resources and guidance to support colleagues to teach remotely across a variety of approaches, including lectures, seminars and group study, tutorials, and project supervision. You are advised to follow links at this location rather than search for resources independently.Drop in sessions for Blackboard Collaborate will be offered to support staff in teaching online. Please visit the Digital Education blog for further information. Introduction to Blackboard Collaborate Ultra (ppt) - feel free to use any slides from here for your own presentations. Slide 1 is a good example of an intro slidemay find the section on Choosing the right platform for live online teaching particularly helpful.

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