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We’re currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses.  So far we’ve been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx.  Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else.

 

Thanks!

 

Kevin Donahue

 

Kevin Donahue

Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies

Villanova University • 800 Lancaster Ave • Technology Services Building • Villanova, PA 19085
t 610.519.6606 • f 610.519.5090
kevin.donahue@villanova.eduhttp://www.villanova.edu/unit/

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We’re currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses.  So far we’ve been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx.  Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else.

 

Thanks!

 

Kevin Donahue

 

Kevin Donahue

Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies

Villanova University • 800 Lancaster Ave • Technology Services Building • Villanova, PA 19085
t 610.519.6606 • f 610.519.5090
kevin.donahue@villanova.eduhttp://www.villanova.edu/unit/

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The built-in conference software in Canvas by Instructure looks very promising.  It’s free, with Canvas subscription.

 

Thanks to our Microsoft Campus Agreement, we are using Lync.  We previously used Elluminate but dropped it due to budget tightening.

 

Craig

 

Same here at Bellevue College, not only is Lync very affordable but we have found it to be far superior to others.

 

 

Cheers,

Russ

 

 

Russell Beard

Vice President of Information Resources

Phone: 425.564.4201

 

 

We're looking at Canvas, and the built-in software (it's actually Big Blue Button) is pretty appealing.  It's very simple, meaning it doesn't have the functionality of Adobe Connect, for example, but many users just want a live conversation, and to share a document, and it's great for that.  

One drawback is that it's not now possible to record the session, though we're told that's coming.

Jim

_________________________________________

Jim O'Connor
Director of Distributed Education | The New School
Office of the Provost
71 Fifth Ave., room 910
New York, NY 10003
212-229-8947 ext. 2771


We tested Big Blue Button, and also liked it, but it is not accessible yet, which was a deal-killer for us. We settled on Collaborate and have been very happy with the appealing interface (ease of use).


Message from mike.cunningham@pct.edu

How do you use Lync for a Web Conference it the other parties are not in your domain?  

 

At a recent Blackboard user group in Michigan, Blackboard mentioned in a roadmap session that "Collaborate Lite" is coming and will be bundled in and replace the old virtual classroom. The Lite version, however, will not be as robust as the full version of Blackboard Collaborate. We are researching Blackboard Collaborate because it is integrated into Blackboard's gradebook and Bb IM tool and also provides faculty with ease of generating their own sessions from within their course. Sincerely, Eric >>> Kevin Donahue 4/30/2013 12:48 PM >>> We're currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses. So far we've been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx. Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else. Thanks! Kevin Donahue Kevin Donahue Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies Villanova University * 800 Lancaster Ave * Technology Services Building * Villanova, PA 19085 t 610.519.6606 * f 610.519.5090 kevin.donahue@villanova.edu * http://www.villanova.edu/unit/ P Think before you print CONFIDENTIALITY: This email (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary and privileged information, and unauthorized disclosure or use is prohibited. If you received this email in error, please notify the sender and delete this email from your system. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
Hi all 

I am running sandbox pilot of both BBB and Canvas would love to chat with anyone interested 

Cheers
Frank



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-------- Original message --------
From: Molly Baker <molly.h.baker@SVCC.EDU>
Date:
To: BLEND-ONLINE@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU
Subject: Re: [BLEND-ONLINE] web conference/collaborative technologies for courses


We tested Big Blue Button, and also liked it, but it is not accessible yet,
which was a deal-killer for us. We settled on Collaborate and have been
very happy with the appealing interface (ease of use).


We just conducted a large-scale evaluation of many products that resulted in committing to Blackboard Collaborate - we were already using Elluminate Live.




We also have a telephone trunk line so that we can conference in voice only participants.  Like Russ, we send out an Outlook invitation that contains the web link and dial in number if you need it. 

 

There is a free client on the MS Web Site called Lync Attendee that we direct external participants to download.

 

Craig

 

For those using Lync, have you discovered a way to integrate with your LMS?

 

Thanks, Bill

 

    

Bill Harlow | Director of Academic Technology | COCE
Southern New Hampshire University | 33 South Commercial Street | Manchester, NH 03101
p. 603.314.7880 | e. w.harlow@snhu.edu | snhu.edu

 

 

We use Lync exclusively for web conferencing and for desktop sharing with faculty-students and tutors-students. You have to configure the external access controls within the Lync configuration and likely you’ll need to open a port on your firewall.

 

 

Christine Williams

Chief Information Officer & Sustainability Coordinator

Bay de Noc Community College

williamc@baycollege.edu

O: 906-217-4077

F: 906-217-1658

 

 

 

We use Blackboard Collaborate (BbC) and have integrated it into our LMS (Jenzabar’s e- Learning) through the LTI portlet. It’s worked well for us, but to be honest, gets limited use. Our faculty haven’t developed a great need for online synchronous communication yet. We started with Wimba 3 years ago, which Blackboard bought along with Elluminate and combined the best of breed to create BbC. We’ve also been playing around with the free Canvas LMS and its BBB web conferencing component. It looks very good for a free tool.

 

Kent Barclay

Associate Dean of Academic Technology

Endicott College

376 Hale St.

Beverly, MA 01915

978-232-2282

kbarclay@endicott.edu

 

From: The EDUCAUSE Blended and Online Learning Constituent Group Listserv [mailto:BLEND-ONLINE@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU] On Behalf Of Anthony Holderied
Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 1:33 PM
To: BLEND-ONLINE@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU
Subject: Re: [BLEND-ONLINE] web conference/collaborative technologies for courses

 

We just conducted a large-scale evaluation of many products that resulted in committing to Blackboard Collaborate - we were already using Elluminate Live.

 

Is anyone using this to support meetings between campuses and other administrative needs, in addition to instructional support?
 
Thanks,
Deb
 
Deborah Noble Burak, PhD, CPA
Dean and Chief Information Officer
Northampton Community College
3835 Green Pond Road
Bethlehem, PA 18020
610-861-5416 (office)
610-861-5309 (fax)


>>> Russ Beard <russ.beard@BELLEVUECOLLEGE.EDU> 4/30/2013 1:38 PM >>>
Kevin,
 
We have been using Wimba for distance ed and online advising for a while.  We looked at Adobe Connect and BB Collaborate and decide to migrate to Colloborate.  We were able to get the price reasonable enough and since both Wimba and Collaborate are both BB products, the migration should be easier. 
 
Since the faculty use it the most with its integration with BB Learn, we liked the ability to keep it hosted and integrate the two through a building block.  If we moved to Adobe Connect, we would have had to host on premise to connect it with BB Learn.
 
Last we looked, the cost of WebEx was too extreme for us.  We never looked at GoToMeeting closely.
 
Dave

 
David Hoyt
Chief Information Systems Officer
 
  Collin College     
  Collin Higher  Education Center
  3452 Spur 399
  McKinney, TX  75069
 
P - 972.599.3133   F - 972.599.3131
>>> On 4/30/2013 at 11:49 AM, in message <D332D8C6E7B091489A070F13E2896A88287756@VUEX14MB1.vuad.villanova.edu>, Kevin Donahue <kevin.donahue@VILLANOVA.EDU> wrote:

We're currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses.  So far we've been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx.  Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else.

 

Thanks!

 

Kevin Donahue

 

Kevin Donahue

Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies

Villanova University . 800 Lancaster Ave . Technology Services Building . Villanova, PA 19085
t 610.519.6606 . f 610.519.5090
kevin.donahue@villanova.edu . http://www.villanova.edu/unit/

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Yes we are.

Cheers
Russ

I echo what Russ has said.  We tried Webex and GoToMeeting prior to LYNC and the faculty using LYCN like it better than the predecessors.

 

 

 

Gallaudet has selected FuzeMeeting for our web conferencing solution.  This solution allows for up to 12 video windows that can be toggled to other attendees who are participating.  

http://www.forbes.com/sites/emilycanal/2013/04/08/startup-allows-deaf-community-to-communicate-visually/  Forbes Magazine did a short story on this product and Gallaudet's use.  One of the benefits of this product is high quality video which is vital for our visual and signing community as well as access from a variety of devices including ipads.

Earl





Earl C. Parks, Jr.
Executive Director, Gallaudet Technology Services
800 Florida Avenue, NE
Washington, D.C. 20002-3695
202.250.2877



Message from mike.cunningham@pct.edu

Are you on Lync 2010 or 2013? Our investigation into using Lync in this fashion required the installation of additional servers on dedicated hardware (no VM allowed - as per a Microsoft document we found) which we did not have the usage to justify and when taking the server cost into account gotoMeeting was cheaper  

 

We are on Lync 2013 using all VM.  The biggest cost for us was hiring someone to come in and install/configure/test/train.  The first vendor we used wasn’t up on Lync 2013, even though they said they were.  We then brought in a second vendor who has been doing Lync 2013 deployments since it was released, which really helped us out.

 

We in the System office are on OCS (immediate predecessor to Lync) and it is in VMs. Unrelated to that point,  we are federated with various campus Lync implementations as well including testing with a campus implementation  in Office 365 cloud

 

Regards, Marg

 

____________________________________________________

Margaret H. Knox                  mknox@utsystem.edu

 

Chief Information Officer (CIO)     (512)322-3774   

The University of Texas System

CTJ 2.218 78701

      

 

We are utilizing Lync as well, but on 2010 for now.  We also had vendor issues and would love to hear who you are using now.  My contact info is below.

 

Les Vaughan
Associate Vice President Information Technology
Wentworth Institute of Technology
550 Huntington Ave
Boston, MA 02115

vaughanl@wit.edu

617-989-4510 desk
617-279-5106 mobile

 

Roane State has implemented Lync 2013.  We are a Campus Agreement institution and it makes the solution very cost effective.

 

Regards,

 

Tim

Tim Carroll

Assistant Vice President, Information Technology and CIO

Roane State Community College

 

We were using Wimba but moved to WebEx two years ago.  There is a cost consideration with WebEx but the ease of use is worth it and our use has increase far more than what was possible with Wimba.  It has expanded the use into new models online that were not possible for use a few years ago.  We have graduate history courses using WebEx almost exclusively with students and instructors from all over the country attending classes synchronously online.  We have a few faculty members actually using it in face to face classes that have low enrollments at one location to combine classes so they are live with students at one location and students in another location connection to the class via WebEx (they alternate locations every week).  Then there is the "traditional" use to have a few synchronous class sessions during a typical asynchronous online class.  We use or for administrative and faculty meetings and interviews as well.  Last semester I had online office hours using it so people could connect and ask me questions or just experience the system first hand.  As I said, there are cheaper solutions but it gets used and integrates well with our Angel system so I can't complain.

Curtis

Curtis White
Vice President, Information Technology
Ashland University
Ph: 419.289.5777
Cell: 419.606.3582
Skype: cltrwhite


At Indiana University, our primary use of Lync is for unified communication rather than instruction.   All IU campuses  use Lync.   

 

 

-Dennis Cromwell

Associate Vice President, Enterprise Infrastructure

Indiana University

dcromwel@iu.edu

 

 

Out of curiosity, how do you'll support lync when users are using Lnux/PC?

T C



Subject:Re: web conference/collaborative technologies for courses
From:"Cromwell, Dennis J" <dcromwel@IU.EDU>
Reply-To:The EDUCAUSE CIO Constituent Group Listserv <CIO@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU>
Date:Tue, 30 Apr 2013 21:28:49 +0000
At Indiana University, our primary use of Lync is for unified communication rather than instruction.   All IU campuses  use Lync.   
 
 
-Dennis Cromwell
Associate Vice President, Enterprise Infrastructure
Indiana University
dcromwel@iu.edu

********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.

We’re currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses.  So far we’ve been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx.  Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else.

 

Thanks!

 

Kevin Donahue

 

Kevin Donahue

Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies

Villanova University • 800 Lancaster Ave • Technology Services Building • Villanova, PA 19085
t 610.519.6606 • f 610.519.5090
kevin.donahue@villanova.eduhttp://www.villanova.edu/unit/

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We’re currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses.  So far we’ve been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx.  Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else.

 

Thanks!

 

Kevin Donahue

 

Kevin Donahue

Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies

Villanova University • 800 Lancaster Ave • Technology Services Building • Villanova, PA 19085
t 610.519.6606 • f 610.519.5090
kevin.donahue@villanova.eduhttp://www.villanova.edu/unit/

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The built-in conference software in Canvas by Instructure looks very promising.  It’s free, with Canvas subscription.

 

Thanks to our Microsoft Campus Agreement, we are using Lync.  We previously used Elluminate but dropped it due to budget tightening.

 

Craig

 

Same here at Bellevue College, not only is Lync very affordable but we have found it to be far superior to others.

 

 

Cheers,

Russ

 

 

Russell Beard

Vice President of Information Resources

Phone: 425.564.4201

 

 

We're looking at Canvas, and the built-in software (it's actually Big Blue Button) is pretty appealing.  It's very simple, meaning it doesn't have the functionality of Adobe Connect, for example, but many users just want a live conversation, and to share a document, and it's great for that.  

One drawback is that it's not now possible to record the session, though we're told that's coming.

Jim

_________________________________________

Jim O'Connor
Director of Distributed Education | The New School
Office of the Provost
71 Fifth Ave., room 910
New York, NY 10003
212-229-8947 ext. 2771


We tested Big Blue Button, and also liked it, but it is not accessible yet, which was a deal-killer for us. We settled on Collaborate and have been very happy with the appealing interface (ease of use).


Message from mike.cunningham@pct.edu

How do you use Lync for a Web Conference it the other parties are not in your domain?  

 

At a recent Blackboard user group in Michigan, Blackboard mentioned in a roadmap session that "Collaborate Lite" is coming and will be bundled in and replace the old virtual classroom. The Lite version, however, will not be as robust as the full version of Blackboard Collaborate. We are researching Blackboard Collaborate because it is integrated into Blackboard's gradebook and Bb IM tool and also provides faculty with ease of generating their own sessions from within their course. Sincerely, Eric >>> Kevin Donahue 4/30/2013 12:48 PM >>> We're currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses. So far we've been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx. Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else. Thanks! Kevin Donahue Kevin Donahue Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies Villanova University * 800 Lancaster Ave * Technology Services Building * Villanova, PA 19085 t 610.519.6606 * f 610.519.5090 kevin.donahue@villanova.edu * http://www.villanova.edu/unit/ P Think before you print CONFIDENTIALITY: This email (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary and privileged information, and unauthorized disclosure or use is prohibited. If you received this email in error, please notify the sender and delete this email from your system. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/. ********** Participation and subscription information for this EDUCAUSE Constituent Group discussion list can be found at http://www.educause.edu/groups/.
Hi all 

I am running sandbox pilot of both BBB and Canvas would love to chat with anyone interested 

Cheers
Frank



Sent from Samsung Mobile



-------- Original message --------
From: Molly Baker <molly.h.baker@SVCC.EDU>
Date:
To: BLEND-ONLINE@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU
Subject: Re: [BLEND-ONLINE] web conference/collaborative technologies for courses


We tested Big Blue Button, and also liked it, but it is not accessible yet,
which was a deal-killer for us. We settled on Collaborate and have been
very happy with the appealing interface (ease of use).


We just conducted a large-scale evaluation of many products that resulted in committing to Blackboard Collaborate - we were already using Elluminate Live.




We also have a telephone trunk line so that we can conference in voice only participants.  Like Russ, we send out an Outlook invitation that contains the web link and dial in number if you need it. 

 

There is a free client on the MS Web Site called Lync Attendee that we direct external participants to download.

 

Craig

 

For those using Lync, have you discovered a way to integrate with your LMS?

 

Thanks, Bill

 

    

Bill Harlow | Director of Academic Technology | COCE
Southern New Hampshire University | 33 South Commercial Street | Manchester, NH 03101
p. 603.314.7880 | e. w.harlow@snhu.edu | snhu.edu

 

 

We use Lync exclusively for web conferencing and for desktop sharing with faculty-students and tutors-students. You have to configure the external access controls within the Lync configuration and likely you’ll need to open a port on your firewall.

 

 

Christine Williams

Chief Information Officer & Sustainability Coordinator

Bay de Noc Community College

williamc@baycollege.edu

O: 906-217-4077

F: 906-217-1658

 

 

 

We use Blackboard Collaborate (BbC) and have integrated it into our LMS (Jenzabar’s e- Learning) through the LTI portlet. It’s worked well for us, but to be honest, gets limited use. Our faculty haven’t developed a great need for online synchronous communication yet. We started with Wimba 3 years ago, which Blackboard bought along with Elluminate and combined the best of breed to create BbC. We’ve also been playing around with the free Canvas LMS and its BBB web conferencing component. It looks very good for a free tool.

 

Kent Barclay

Associate Dean of Academic Technology

Endicott College

376 Hale St.

Beverly, MA 01915

978-232-2282

kbarclay@endicott.edu

 

From: The EDUCAUSE Blended and Online Learning Constituent Group Listserv [mailto:BLEND-ONLINE@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU] On Behalf Of Anthony Holderied
Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 1:33 PM
To: BLEND-ONLINE@LISTSERV.EDUCAUSE.EDU
Subject: Re: [BLEND-ONLINE] web conference/collaborative technologies for courses

 

We just conducted a large-scale evaluation of many products that resulted in committing to Blackboard Collaborate - we were already using Elluminate Live.

 

Is anyone using this to support meetings between campuses and other administrative needs, in addition to instructional support?
 
Thanks,
Deb
 
Deborah Noble Burak, PhD, CPA
Dean and Chief Information Officer
Northampton Community College
3835 Green Pond Road
Bethlehem, PA 18020
610-861-5416 (office)
610-861-5309 (fax)


>>> Russ Beard <russ.beard@BELLEVUECOLLEGE.EDU> 4/30/2013 1:38 PM >>>
Kevin,
 
We have been using Wimba for distance ed and online advising for a while.  We looked at Adobe Connect and BB Collaborate and decide to migrate to Colloborate.  We were able to get the price reasonable enough and since both Wimba and Collaborate are both BB products, the migration should be easier. 
 
Since the faculty use it the most with its integration with BB Learn, we liked the ability to keep it hosted and integrate the two through a building block.  If we moved to Adobe Connect, we would have had to host on premise to connect it with BB Learn.
 
Last we looked, the cost of WebEx was too extreme for us.  We never looked at GoToMeeting closely.
 
Dave

 
David Hoyt
Chief Information Systems Officer
 
  Collin College     
  Collin Higher  Education Center
  3452 Spur 399
  McKinney, TX  75069
 
P - 972.599.3133   F - 972.599.3131
>>> On 4/30/2013 at 11:49 AM, in message <D332D8C6E7B091489A070F13E2896A88287756@VUEX14MB1.vuad.villanova.edu>, Kevin Donahue <kevin.donahue@VILLANOVA.EDU> wrote:

We're currently evaluating different web conference/online collaboration software platforms for distance education and hybrid online courses.  So far we've been looking at GoToMeeting/Training, Adobe Connect, Blackboard Collaborate, and WebEx.  Just curious what other schools are using and/or if you are using something else.

 

Thanks!

 

Kevin Donahue

 

Kevin Donahue

Assistant Director, eLearning Technologies

Villanova University . 800 Lancaster Ave . Technology Services Building . Villanova, PA 19085
t 610.519.6606 . f 610.519.5090
kevin.donahue@villanova.edu . http://www.villanova.edu/unit/

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Yes we are.

Cheers
Russ
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