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Elluminate

Elluminate software allows you to have a live online program, demonstration or class that can be attended by anyone with access to a computer and the Internet. It can be used for meetings but it’s real purpose is for training or teaching. You can find information on how to use Elluminate here.

About Elluminate:

o Elluminate allows you to open a classroom on the web. You can specify who may attend the class. Classes can be a single event or run over a given time period, like every Monday from 3:00 to 4:00 pm for 6 months.

o The Instructor or Moderator controls the class and the content.

o Students can ask questions and engage in dialog either by voice or text messaging. If the Instructor allows they can dialog with each other, as well as the Instructor.

o Teachers can give tests or survey/poll the students. Tests can be timed and test results can be saved.

o You can use PowerPoints, Word documents, multi-media files or spreadsheets during the class.

o You have the option of putting up materials that attendees can download.

o The Instructor can create breakout rooms and group the attendees into them to have discussions or work on a problem.

o The Instructor can take the class on a Web tour of different Websites.

o Sessions can be recorded and then put on a Webpage or a link can be sent out via email.

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