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Virtual classrooms are demanding and require a high degree of focus and ability to multi-task.
1. If you are new to teaching with Web Conferencing focus on feeling comfortable and proficient with the equipment and software first.
2. Add the Fuze Connection information to your Moodle course Page.(learn how here)
3. Keep in mind some basic "best practices" - review this presentation on Teaching in a WebCon classroom: https://sway.com/zUVimJPlPc6FgZgh
4. Print and review the basic classroom set-up Checklist and Quick Reference Guide for configurations here.
5. Web Conferencing Etiquette ( A printable resource for instructors to give students)
7. Feeling Confident teaching with WebConferencing? Here is a Quick Reference list of suggestions to take it to the next level
Yes, the minimum bandwidth requirements for Fuze may be found here.
Yes, the minimum Fuze requirements may be found listed here.
Yes, please watch our instructional video titled Introduction to Using a Tablet with Fuze.
Yes, please watch our instructional video titled Layouts and Sharing.
Yes, Fuze's comprehensive online help resources are found here.
Please refer to our Fuze Info and Help Document (PDF).
Please watch our instructional video titled Adding Content to Fuze.
Please watch our instructional video titled How to Create a Fuze Meeting.
Please refer to how to download Fuze here.