Document Sharing in the live Video Conferencing lets you upload and share a variety of file types, including PowerPoint presentations, PDF files and Microsoft Office documents.
Encourage small group participation among students and instructors.
Collaboration in large online classrooms with up to 200 participants.
Bring text, images, and graphics into rich online video learning.
Provide an essential way to share information in real-time.
Whether instructors are lecturing or doing a test review, the ability to interact with your PowerPoint slides enable engaging online learning.
Real-time document sharing allows you to share a document on screen, and to add notes to that document using whiteboard annotation tools. Use Document Sharing in the Video Conferencing to:
Share course material.
Build on diagrams.
Brainstorm solutions as a team.
Fill in a mindmap or outline.
Document Sharing lets students engage with the material in the class, making contributions and additions of their own. This offers students the chance to own their learning experience.
With Document Sharing, instructors can answer student questions on the spot, even illustrating where in the course handouts, readings or notes to find information.
Use Document Sharing to encourage students in active discussion. Document Sharing offers a flexible way to guide a Video Conferencing discussion and support student interactions.
Use Document Sharing as a hands-on tool. For instance, you might present a document showing one way to solve an equation, then use the Whiteboard tools to show other ways.