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Broadcasting Audio 

 

In the classroom¹

Tinychat

  • Tinychat delivers dead simple video conferences without the extraneous ad-ons and inconvenience, making video conferencing an accessible, uncomplicated experience. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux; with Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome; and there is a version available for iPhones. You can have up to twelve people in a room with HQ video, protected by passwords and moderators, share your desktop with them, and your conferences can be recorded and embedded on your website.
  • Click here for a brief tutorial on how to create and set up a Tinychat chatroom.

LectureTools

  • LectureTools provides a range of student response options plus it allows students to
    • Take notes synchronized to lecture slides
    • Draw on and save the instructor’s lecture slides
    • Pose clarifying questions that can be answered asynchronously during class or after class
    • Self-assess their understanding during lecture.

Skype

  • Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice calls over the Internet. Calls to other users of the service, and in some countries to free-of-charge numbers, are free, while calls to other landlines and mobile phones can be made for a fee. Additional features include instant messaging, file transfer and video conferencing.

 

Outside of the classroom¹

Tinychat

  • Tinychat delivers dead simple video conferences without the extraneous ad-ons and inconvenience, making video conferencing an accessible, uncomplicated experience. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux; with Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome; and there is a version available for iPhones. You can have up to twelve people in a room with HQ video, protected by passwords and moderators, share your desktop with them, and your conferences can be recorded and embedded on your website.
  • Click here for a brief tutorial on how to create and set up a Tinychat chatroom.

LectureTools

  • LectureTools provides a range of student response options plus it allows students to
    • Take notes synchronized to lecture slides
    • Draw on and save the instructor’s lecture slides
    • Pose clarifying questions that can be answered asynchronously during class or after class
    • Self-assess their understanding during lecture.

Skype

  • Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice calls over the Internet. Calls to other users of the service, and in some countries to free-of-charge numbers, are free, while calls to other landlines and mobile phones can be made for a fee. Additional features include instant messaging, file transfer and video conferencing.

 

 

Broadcasting Video

 

Including a presentation (PowerPoint, etc.)

 

In the classroom²

Tinychat

  • Tinychat delivers dead simple video conferences without the extraneous ad-ons and inconvenience, making video conferencing an accessible, uncomplicated experience. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux; with Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome; and there is a version available for iPhones. You can have up to twelve people in a room with HQ video, protected by passwords and moderators, share your desktop with them, and your conferences can be recorded and embedded on your website.
  • By using the screen sharing option, you may share your presentation with others in the chatroom by loading the presentation, moving the screen sharing box over it, and then advancing through the presentation as usual.
  • Click here for a brief tutorial on how to create and set up a Tinychat chatroom.

 

Outside of the classroom²

Tinychat

  • Tinychat delivers dead simple video conferences without the extraneous ad-ons and inconvenience, making video conferencing an accessible, uncomplicated experience. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux; with Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome; and there is a version available for iPhones. You can have up to twelve people in a room with HQ video, protected by passwords and moderators, share your desktop with them, and your conferences can be recorded and embedded on your website.
  • By using the screen sharing option, you may share your presentation with others in the chatroom by loading the presentation, moving the screen sharing box over it, and then advancing through the presentation as usual.
  • Click here for a brief tutorial on how to create and set up a Tinychat chatroom.

 

Video feed only

 

In the classroom³

Tinychat

  • Tinychat delivers dead simple video conferences without the extraneous ad-ons and inconvenience, making video conferencing an accessible, uncomplicated experience. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux; with Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome; and there is a version available for iPhones. You can have up to twelve people in a room with HQ video, protected by passwords and moderators, share your desktop with them, and your conferences can be recorded and embedded on your website.
  • Click here for a brief tutorial on how to create and set up a Tinychat chatroom.

LectureTools

  • LectureTools provides a range of student response options plus it allows students to
    • Take notes synchronized to lecture slides
    • Draw on and save the instructor’s lecture slides
    • Pose clarifying questions that can be answered asynchronously during class or after class
    • Self-assess their understanding during lecture.

Skype

  • Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice calls over the Internet. Calls to other users of the service, and in some countries to free-of-charge numbers, are free, while calls to other landlines and mobile phones can be made for a fee. Additional features include instant messaging, file transfer and video conferencing.

 

Outside of the classroom³

Tinychat

  • Tinychat delivers dead simple video conferences without the extraneous ad-ons and inconvenience, making video conferencing an accessible, uncomplicated experience. It works on Windows, Mac and Linux; with Firefox, IE, Safari, and Chrome; and there is a version available for iPhones. You can have up to twelve people in a room with HQ video, protected by passwords and moderators, share your desktop with them, and your conferences can be recorded and embedded on your website.
  • Click here for a brief tutorial on how to create and set up a Tinychat chatroom.

LectureTools

  • LectureTools provides a range of student response options plus it allows students to
    • Take notes synchronized to lecture slides
    • Draw on and save the instructor’s lecture slides
    • Pose clarifying questions that can be answered asynchronously during class or after class
    • Self-assess their understanding during lecture.

Skype

  • Skype is a software application that allows users to make voice calls over the Internet. Calls to other users of the service, and in some countries to free-of-charge numbers, are free, while calls to other landlines and mobile phones can be made for a fee. Additional features include instant messaging, file transfer and video conferencing.

 

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