This short video offers insight into how Carleton faculty, staff, and students can use institution supported video tools to meet, teach, or attend classes and meetings remotely.
Here are some quick reminders:
Link to VPN Information: https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/its/services/accounts/offcampus/
Link to Zoom and Google Hangouts/Meet Training videos and documentation (on PEPS Event Page): https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/its/peps/events/
Link to Panopto Training Videos and Documentation: https://apps.carleton.edu/campus/its/services/learning/lecture-capture/
Each tool has a few other bells and whistles that you may want to explore to determine what the best option is for you, and Academic Technology staff are great resources for you.
So, keep yourself and others healthy by washing your hands, eating and sleeping well, covering your cough, and then staying home if you are under the weather. When that happens, don’t forget that there are relatively easy ways to meet, teach, and stay connected while you work remotely. Reach out to Dann Hurlbert or the other Academic Technologists if you have any video conferencing or lecture capture questions.
Here’s a link to Academic Technology Staff: https://blogs.carleton.edu/academictechnology/collaboration/
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