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Choose to blur your background or change your background to a different graphic in a video call or Teams meeting.
Academic continuity planning is a vital initiative of teaching and learning with technology. Having digital access to plans and opportunities to continue your engagements with students in the event of some type of physical barrier allows Stevens to continue course delivery.
Zoom Webinar is designed so that the host and any designated panellists can share their video, audio and screen. Webinars allow attendees to interact via Q&A, chat, and answering polling questions.
This article reviews all of the various methods for joining a meeting in Microsoft Teams.
Choose from sharing your desktop, a specific window, a PowerPoint presentation, or a whiteboard during a Teams meeting.
Learn all of the features of the Microsoft Teams meeting toolbar, such as raise your hand, recording a meeting, sharing your screen, and maintaining a conversation after the meeting is over.
This article will show you how to access a Zoom session within a Canvas course that has SSO enabled.
Create a meeting invitation for Teams using Outlook on a PC, Mac or online.
** As of June 30, 2020 Blackboard Collaborate will no longer be available. For assistance please contact the Office of Learning Technology at learningtechnology@stevens.edu. **
Go step-by-step in creating a meeting invitation with individuals in a chat.
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This article pertains to best practices to maximize the control and security you have over your Zoom meetings.
As you wrap up another semester in teaching and learning with techology via Canvas, here are a few steps to help you close out this term and prepare for the upcoming semester. Some of the procedures in this article are: downloading the gradebook, downloing the audit train, submitting final grades via Canvas and Web for Faculty.
Having problems installing or connecting to the Global Protect VPN? Find answers to common issues here.
Zoom is an easy-to-use video conferencing tool that lets users quickly and reliably schedule, manage, and record meetings. Zoom unifies cloud video conferencing, simple online meetings, group messaging, and a software-defined conference room solution into one easy-to-use platform.
The Zoom for Canvas Integration supports the ability to schedule meetings, list upcoming meetings, list meeting history, join meetings, and view recordings within Canvas.
Zoom Meeting allows users to quickly and reliably schedule, manage, and record online meetings. It features whiteboarding, screen sharing, HD video and audio, group collaboration, remote screen control features, etc.
Canvas is Steven's Learning Management System. It is a power tool to help manage your course, deliver your materials, collaborate with your class, assess your students and distribute grades. Please check out the step-by-step instructions and video tutorials here. If you are interested in learning more about Canvas as students, please visit our Student Canvas Orientation at: https://sit.instructure.com/courses/25213
Connecting the camera from a lecture hall or conference room to your device can allow you to use that camera instead of your device’s built-in camera or microphone in a Zoom meeting
Here you will learn how to turn the system on, switch sources, and adjust the volume from the cable cubby in a conference room.
On this KB article you will find some brand new Solstice features that conference rooms are equipped with.
Here you will learn about basic troubleshooting steps you can take to diagnose issues you may come across when using various technologies within a conference room.