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Step One: Go to your Class's Blackboard
  1. Login to Blackboard

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  2. On the right hand side under My Courses , you should see your class: click on it (picture shown below)

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Step Two: Find Elluminate Live! in Blackboard

  1. On the left hand side of your class home page, click Communication or Tools (shown below)

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  2. Next, click on the link called Elluminate Live (or E-Live)
  3. Click on your class session (it will be labeled something different than the picture below)

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Step Three: Make Sure E-Live Runs Properly

  1. After you click on your class session, you will see a message saying, "Your meeting download should start shortly."
  2. Wait for the download to start. Click OK only if the meeting does not start to download
  3. An open box should pop up. Click Open (shown below)
    If no window pops up: you may need to click on a warning box that will appear below the address bar at the top of the browser page. Right click the warning and allow the website to download E-Live application.


  4. Another box should pop up. Click Run (shown below)

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  5. Your session should now appear

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