When classroom instruction is interrupted due to emergencies, online tools such as Canvas, Zoom, and Google Drive can be used to continue classes at a distance. This resource guide provides tips and guidance to support online learning at R-MC during the coronavirus outbreak.
You may have more writing heavy assignments during this time, it can't hurt to check with the Communication Center for a little writing help.
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Zoom allows you to participate in synchronous (real-time) video conferencing. You can chat, go into breakout rooms, chat with others in class, and share your screen (for example, you could share a presentation you had created in PowerPoint or Google Slides).
You can test your video, audio, sharing your screen, and chatting.
Things to know about Zoom:
Some students experience problems accessing scheduled Zoom meetings from Canvas; they do not have a "Join" button available in their Canvas. Please refer to this troubleshooting information.
Sometime Zoom video freezes or cuts out completely. To combat this:
Have Questions? Visit Zoom's FAQ