How do I use the Collaborations Index Page?

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The Collaborations Index Page allows you to create collaborations for users in your course. You can create new collaborations, edit existing collaborations, and delete collaborations.

If your institution allows students to create collaborations in a course, you can always view any collaboration created in the course. However, students can only view collaborations that have been shared with them.

Note: Depending on your institution's preference, your Collaborations page may not match the images shown in this lesson. However, functionality of the page remains the same.

Open Collaborations

Open Collaborations

In Course Navigation, click the Collaborations link.

View Collaborations

  View Collaborations 

The Collaborations page displays all collaborations that have been created for the course. For each collaboration, you can view the name of the collaboration [1], the description [2], the person who created the collaboration [3], and the date and time the collaboration was created [4].

Add Collaboration

  Add Collaboration 

To add a new collaboration, click the Add Collaboration button.

Depending on your institution's preference, you may be able to create a Google Drive collaboration or create a Microsoft Office 365 collaboration.

If your collaborations page does not match the image shown in this lesson, you can still create a Google Doc collaboration.

Open Collaboration

  Open Collaboration 

To open a collaboration, click the name of the collaboration.

Note: The collaboration will open in a new tab. You may be asked to sign in to view the file.

Manage Collaborations

  Manage Collaborations 

To edit a collaboration, click the Edit icon [1]. To delete a collaboration, click the Delete icon [2].

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