You can use Google Meet to hold video meetings with your students, and people inside or outside of KU, screen share, and moderate either text or audio-based discussions. You can join meetings from a computer or a mobile device.

Features

  • Meet with up to 150 participants at the same time
  • Share your desktop, applications, or a whiteboard during meetings
  • Join meetings and collaborate from Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS devices

Who can use it?

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

How can I access it?

Start an add-hoc meeting

  • Go to https://meet.google.com
  • Select “Join or start a meeting”
  • Enter the meeting code or nickname. To start your own meeting, enter a nickname or leave blank.
  • Select “Join or Present”
  • Add participants on the following screen

Connecting Camera and Microphone

  • A pop-up will likely appear asking if Meet has permission to use camera and microphone; select “Allow
  • Once in the call, make sure the microphone and camera are not muted. Click on the logos on either side of the “end call” button
    • If your microphone is muted, the background of the button with a microphone will be red. Others in the meeting will be unable to hear you if the background is red.
    • If your camera is muted, the background of the button with a camera will be red. Others in the meeting will be unable to hear you if the background is red. (pictured below: settings as they should be)

Start and Record Course

Schedule and Share a Meeting

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