Published on Jan 3, 2013
This video is the first of my new series: "The 90-Second Academic Technology Update."
This series will regularly explore emerging academic technologies in a short 90 second format. I will try to add one or two new episodes a month.
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In the first episode I explore a new software application, "Zoom.us"
Zoom is a powerful video conferencing and screen sharing solution. Up to 15 people can video conference without headsets. The program is available on multiple platforms.
This is a great program for professors to use for video conferencing with one or more students. It is also a good program to recommend to students who are doing group projects. Please watch the video. If you try out Zoom.us, let me know what you think in the comment section.
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Better Group Video Conferencing Using Zoom.us
Adam Scott Wandt is a Professor, Technologist and Chair of the CUNY Skunkworks: Academic Technology Research and Development Group.