Video Conferencing

What is Video Conferencing?

Video conferencing allows people to meet online in a virtual space using any device. There is video and sound transmitted live from anywhere in the world. All that is needed is an internet connection and a video conferencing tool. There are three supported tools that you can use:

Google Meet

Google Meet is a video conferencing application. The solution enables users to make video calls with up to 250 users per high-definition video meeting that can be recorded. The application (computer or mobile device) allows users to join pre-scheduled meetings from calendar events, choose a link, enter meeting code and even dial in from their phones if the invitation includes a phone number. Google Meet integrates with G Suite versions of Google Calendar and Gmail and shows the complete list of participants and scheduled meetings. It shows a Join button for users to connect to the meeting and provides options to mute and turn off the video during the meeting. Ways you can use Google Meet: Live lectures / webinars; One on one virtual meetings; Group virtual meetings; or Student group work.

Zoom

Zoom Video Communications provides remote conferencing services using cloud computing. Zoom offers communications software that combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. Please contact Telecommunication to get started using Zoom.

Skype

Skype is a way to chat, video conference or share your screen with one other person for free! It is easy to use from any device that has internet access. You can also chat and video conference with multiple people for an additional fee.

How do I use Video Conferencing?

Hoonuit Tutorials (Note: You may have to login using your Gustavus credentials) 

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