Elluminate Live good practice guide
The JISC e-Learning Programme makes use of Elluminate Live for project support, meetings and also as part of our annual online conference, Innovating e-Learning. The e-Learning Programme recently commissioned Peter Chatterton to produce a good practice guide on the use of Elluminate Live, Designing for Participant Engagement with Elluminate Live: A good practice guide to using Elluminate Live to support teaching, learning and assessment, co-operative working and conferences
This is an excellent resource for those new to using the system, but also for those who are familiar with the technology, but would like to make better use of the system and to enhance their practice. This Guide therefore has the following objectives:
Designing for participant engagement: To provide guidance on how best to prepare, structure and plan sessions to ensure participant engagement.
Learning and familiarisation with Elluminate: To provide guidance on the most effective ways of learning and becoming familiar with Elluminate.
Technical issues: To provide guidance on the likely technical issues that may arise and how best to minimise their impact.
This Guide does not attempt to replace the excellent Elluminate guides, rather to complement them and to provide guidance on good practice.
An Elluminate recording of Peter Chatterton giving an introduction to Elluminate Live and its features is available now.
Peter Chatterton has updated and revised this guide and produced a set of guidance materials: Designing for Participant Engagement with Blackboard Collaborate: A good practice guide to using Blackboard Collaborate to support teaching, learning & assessment, co-operative working and conferences (May 2012)
Download the Elluminate Good Practice guide