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Zoom is a web conferencing platform that offers polling, chat, breakout rooms, and many other functions. Instructors can record their meetings, schedule conferences, and share files with students all in one location.
Digital whiteboarding is possible with Google Hangouts Meet via free software that AU uses in lots of classrooms. You simply need to download and install this software and then "Present Screen" and start whiteboarding.
This is a tutorial on how to set up the mic and camera for a Google Hangouts Meet and some helpful tips on how to be successful with the technology.
Introduction to Google Hangouts Meet, the features it has, and how to create a video conference using Google Hangouts Meet.
How to set up a Google Hangouts Meet from Google Calendar
This is a tutorial on how to share your screen in Google Hangouts Meet and miscellaneous conferencing options that are available to the user.
Changing the save location for Zoom Recordings can make the recording files easier to find. With a few simple steps, you can change the file save location to anywhere you want (the recordings can even be saved to Google Drive).
Your instructor may decide to do video conferencing with you throughout the semester. ITS recommends trying out video conference software before your actual class to work out any problems.
Zoom is integrated into Canvas, but instructors must add it to their courses in order to use it.
AU has three platforms for web-based Video Conferences for classes: Canvas Conferences (Big Blue Button), Google Hangouts Meet and Zoom Video Conferencing. This article will help you decide between the three platforms.
This tutorial will go over how to navigate to Cavas's Conferencing tool (Big Blue Button), getting started with Big Blue Button and what sort of tools are available for the conference.
Information on creating your Zoom account.