Video Conferencing 101

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Google Meet

Free video-conferencing platform that is part of your G-Suite for Education account. It supports up to 250 simultaneous attendees, unlimited time and allows participants to also call in with a phone if a computer is not available. It runs best from within the Google Chrome browser.

Michigan local John Sowash has a great mini-series on how to use Google Meet for remote learning.


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This is what you need to know about using Google Meet in your Classroom

Zoom

Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool with a local, desktop client and a mobile app that allows users to meet online, with or without video. Currently free due to COVID-19.

Does require a download to Window or Mac devices.

Zoom At A Glance


Zoom has had some privacy issues for K-12 institutes. If you plan on using Zoom please take a look at the article recently published from Common Sence Education regarding Zoom's privacy policies.

Zoom Tutorial for Teachers

Great Tools Built into Zoom for Engagement

WebEx

Cisco Webex is a videoconferencing technology that will allow you to connect with students, staff and community members remotely. Webex enables you to connect securely with video and audio, share content, utilize a whiteboard on the computer screen, chat, conduct polls, facilitate Q/A and more.


Check out the quick start video below!

WebEx Quick Start

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