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Information on this page is pulled from the Web Conferencing Support page.

 

What is Web Conferencing?

Web conferencing, using Zoom (which replaces WebEx), allows you to have classes online, without using specialized video conference hardware.
You and your students will meet using your own computers connected to the internet.

Users can engage in voice, video (optional) and text chat, screen sharing as well as annotating the documents or the whiteboard.

Session leaders can take attendance and record the session for playback later.

More about Zoom available here.




Technical requirements

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Tips

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Workflow

  1. Prepare materials for display: slides, documents, websites, etc.
  2. Login at least 15 minutes before the session (if possible) at http://nus.webex.com/
  3. Start the session
  4. Take attendance as students enter the session
  5. Set ground rules for the session
  6. Conduct the session, record if necessary

Resources

Web Conferencing Support

Contact
Web Conferencing Team

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