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Zoom is an audio-video collaboration tool with many exciting features, and a variety of uses. In addition to being able to schedule, host and join one-on-one or group meetings, Zoom has a shared whiteboard, breakout rooms, live polling and feedback, hand-raising, and the ability to utilize custom background images during your meeting. This article highlights how to get started with Zoom as well as where to find additional assistance and information on setting up and using this tool.
There are several ways to host a meeting on Zoom. This article covers the various ways of how to create and manage a meeting in Zoom, as well as where to find additional assistance and information on using this tool.
This article introduces Google Meet, an audio-video collaboration tool. Google Meet can help faculty conduct synchronous class meetings remotely, perform lecture capture and provide virtual office hours; help students to connect in groups and create multimedia project/assignment submissions, and help University staff to conduct interviews and workshops, or create training.