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Web conferencing is a term for various types of online conferencing and collaborative meetings and webinars.
Web conferencing is used for synchronous meetings, including class sessions, guest lectures, team meetings, and more. Meeting hosts and participants can share screens, slide shows, explain spreadsheets, play videos, and collaborate in real time. This technology brings an unprecedented level of communication and collaboration to classrooms and meetings.
Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing platform offering video, audio, screen-sharing, chat, file sharing, breakout rooms and collaboration tools.
Teams are part of the NDUS Office 365 suite. Teams include a series of collaboration tools including team chats, file sharing, and video conferencing.
Blackboard Collaborate Ultra
Blackboard Collaborate Ultra’s videoconference solution is available through Blackboard. Features include screen share, breakout groups, a virtual whiteboard, chat and polling.
Learn More/How To's
- Microsoft Teams (coming soon)
- Zoom - Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Blackboard Collaborate Ultra (coming soon)