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Thursday, March 15 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Virtual Collaboration: Exploring New Frontiers

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Librarians looking for professional development opportunities, especially in states like North Dakota where many serve small populations in rural areas, will benefit from thinking creatively about organizing a conference. Two sections of the North Dakota Library Association (NDLA) used Blackboard Collaborate Ultra as a platform to produce a fully online conference. This virtual “unconference” was interactive and robust, with speakers from across the state, interactive whiteboards, poster rooms, meeting space for special interest groups, and more. In this workshop, we will share what we have learned about Collaborate Ultra, including its strengths and weaknesses. We hope to brainstorm and discuss other potential applications, including classrooms, professional development, online meetings, group work, and supporting distance students and colleagues. Please bring your device and join us in a working session where you will experience Collaborate Ultra first-hand and discover how this tool can facilitate learning and collaboration and impact the work you do.

Speakers
avatar for Kristen Borysewicz

Kristen Borysewicz

Information Literacy Coordinator / Humanities and Fine Arts Librarian, University of North Dakota
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Merete Christianson

Health Sciences Librarian, NDSU
Merete Christianson has been the Health Sciences Librarian at NDSU for over 5 years.  
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Jessica D. Gilbert Redman

Web Services Librarian, University of North Dakota Chester Fritz Library
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Laura Trude

North Dakota State University



Thursday March 15, 2018 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Library 206

Attendees (6)