- Lectures (synchronous or asynchronous) by faculty -- use Blackboard Collaborate within Canvas or Google Hangouts Meet
- Department meetings -- use Google Hangouts Meet
- Office Hours -- Blackboard Collaborate (one class) or Google Hangouts Meet
- One on one meetings with employees -- Google Hangouts Meet
Most of our recent interactions with colleagues and students have been through our computer screen. The news and our social media feeds are full of warnings about “Zoom-bombing”, referring to Zoom meetings. Unwanted guests can crash any event if we don’t follow these guidelines.
- Set meeting passwords
- Avoid sharing meeting or class details over social media or with people outside of your invitation list
- During the meeting, review participant list and remove unwelcome visitors
- Avoid "Zoombombing" by limiting who can present in large meetings
- Zoom has provided a very good article on how to prevent zoombombing or other similar harassment from occurring during your zoom calls
- Manage your particpants: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115004834466-Managing-Participants-in-Webinar
What happens if I paid for a subscription with my geneseo.edu account?
Google Hangouts Meet is great for department meetings and other multi-person meetings. You can easily add a Google Hangouts Meet to any meeting in google calendar with a few clicks. Google Hangouts supports participants up to 250, no meeting length limits, and provides dial-in numbers for all attendees.