We’re getting closer to the release BigBlueButton 0.81 (our eleventh release to date). Here are two new videos we’ve created that show how to use BigBlueButton from the perspective of a viewer and moderator/presenter. For Viewer: For Moderator/Presenter: Enjoy!
We held the BigBlueButton Spring Summit 2013 last week. During the day we had five on-line sessions with members of the community. Here are the recordings from the sessions (use FireFox or Chrome for playback): BigBlueButton Project Update – Fred Dixon, BigBlueButton Project Manger Improving BigBlueButton’s User Interface – Tyler Copland, BigBlueButton UI Designer Evolving BigBlueButton’s Architecture
University of West Scotland wins commendation award for their case study on BigBlueButton deployment
The University of the West of Scotland recently received a commendation award from the Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association (UCISA) for their case study on The technical and pedagogic issues of using BigBlueButton with distance learning at the University of the West of Scotland. The award is listed on the UCISA-Eduserv Award for Excellence page.
We’ve uploaded a short video highlighting the new capabilities in the upcoming BigBlueButton 0.81 (this will be our eleventh release). This video was done using a development build of 0.81. This video details our efforts to advance the usability, features, and modularity of BigBlueButton for our community. Specifically, the video shows for users unified users and
BigBlueButton Spring Summit: April 24th, 2013, 9AM – 4PM EDT Ottawa, Ontario, Canada The BigBlueButton project will be holding its second full day online summit next Wednesday, April 24 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM EDT. Our goal is to give everyone a comprehensive update on progress to improve BigBlueButton, to support HTML5 and WebRTC, and