What is Collaborate Ultra?
Collaborate Ultra a web-conferencing tool. Using Collaborate Ultra, students and instructors can connect synchronously in a virtual face-to-face environment.
How can Collaborate Ultra be used to enhance teaching and learning?
Collaborate Ultra can be used to create a virtual classroom where participants can share documents, collaborate on projects, and communicate via chat, video, and voice in real time. Collaborate Ultra can be useful for virtual office hours, team meetings, weekly check-ins, online classes, and more. For more ideas about how Collaborate Ultra can be used, contact your CTET instructional designer.
What can moderators do in Collaborate Ultra?
- Share PowerPoint presentations and other files.
- Share their screen or an individual application (e.g. a web browser).
- Share a blank whiteboard.
- Put participants into breakout rooms for small group discussions.
- Promote participants to presenters (e.g. if students are giving presentations)
- Chat publicly or privately.
- Assign a single session to the class or create a session for each team/group
- Record live sessions and allow students to view them later.
- Download or stream recordings.
To learn more about Collaborate Ultra, browse our how-to guides below:
Information for everyone
Information for moderators
- Collaborate Ultra - Moderator Overview
- Collaborate Ultra - Tips for a successful Collaborate Ultra session
- Collaborate Ultra - Tech check slide
- Collaborate Ultra - How to add a Collaborate Ultra activity to a Moodle course
- Collaborate Ultra - How to share recordings with people outside of the course
- Collaborate Ultra - How to download a recording