Pacific University provides two online video conferencing technologies that anyone in the Pacific Community can adopt for their teaching:
- Zoom |
- Google Meet
For more information about these services, please click on the links above. CETCI can also provide guidance on how to best integrate these tools into your teaching. Please contact CETCI (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to discuss any of these services.
To host or participate in a video conference you will need some basic equipment:
Some Video Conferencing programs have specific computer specifications and other requirements. Please review the Links below:
Please contact the Technology Help Desk (email@example.com) and/or CETCI (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the availability of equipment to check out and for help with setting up equipment and your classroom for your meeting sessions.
To hold virtual sessions or meetings online, Pacific provides a video conferencing tool called Zoom. Zoom is a live Web conferencing tool that allows give presentations virtually and hold meetings with many people synchronously from any physical location. It is used to conduct online class sessions and meetings. You may use it for many other purposes as well, like a remote guest speaker in your class, remote synchronous class discussions, lectures, and presentations. Pacific University has a finite number of hosting licenses available for instructors who wish to host meetings for their courses. Please contact CETCI to request the hosting license: email@example.com.
Tutorials for Instructors:
Tutorials for Students:
More Information about Zoom:
Google Meet is a group video chat tool that comes as a part of Pacific’s BoxerApps. It is a very versatile tool that can connect up to 25 people via video call and up to 100 people via chat at once.
The center can also provide guidance on how to best integrate these tools into your teaching. Please contact CETCI (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you would like to speak about any of these services.