Bb_Collaborate_ultra_laptopSince our series of Collaborate Ultra webinars are so popular, we’ve added four new sessions in September.  If you missed out on the last round of trainings, don’t sweat it: you get another chance.

Space is still limited to 50 participants and the sessions fill up fast, so don’t dawdle, lollygag, or tarry. And as a courtesy to your colleagues, please register for one session only to allow for maximum participation.

The updated webinar schedule is:

  1. Friday, Aug. 21: 11am-12pm
  2. Friday, Aug. 21: 12-1pm
  3. Tuesday, Sept. 8: 11am-12pm New!
  4. Tuesday, Sept. 8: 11am-12pm New!
  5. Tuesday, Sept. 22: 11am-12pm New!
  6. Tuesday, Sept. 22: 11am-12pm New!

Please register using the form at the bottom of this post.

Session description

Do you currently use Blackboard Collaborate in your courses, as a virtual office, or for online meetings? If you do, then you will definitely want to learn about the new Collaborate with Ultra Experience by registering for one of the upcoming webinar sessions below. The webinar will introduce you to the new sleeker interface within Collaborate and demonstrate how you can take advantage of the improved functionality. If you don’t currently use Collaborate but are interested in finding out how you can connect and engage with your students and colleagues with this powerful videoconferencing platform, consider registering for a session to learn more. Your students will love using the new browser-based Collaborate platform to connect with you and their fellow students.

Webinar Agenda

Each session will provide you with an overview of the features and functionality of the new Collaborate with Ultra Experience. Specifically, the session will cover:

  • What is the Ultra Experience?
  • Advantages to Collaborate with Ultra Experience
  • Use Cases for Collaborate Ultra
  • Feature overview
  • Technical considerations
  • What’s next?

NOTE: Blackboard Collaborate is compatible with all browsers, but for the best experience use Google Chrome. Contact your college help desk staff to see if they will download Chrome to your computer.


Each session is limited to 50 participants. If the session you want does not appear below, that means it is currently full. Additional sessions will be scheduled in the future. After you register, you will receive a link to your webinar session.

    If a session does not appear, that means it is full.