CONDUCTING SYNCHRONOUS CLASSES

Explore the various ways of extending your classroom experiences with UST Cloud Campus' VIRTUAL CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENTS powered by its primary web conferencing tool, Zoom Video Conferencing and its secondary virtual classrooms - Google Meet and Microsoft Teams (use your university-issued GSUITE and Microsoft Office 365 accounts).  All three virtual classrooms tools are integrated inside the Blackboard Learn Original and Ultra environments.

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Explore the benefits of UST Cloud Campus Virtual Classroom 

Virtual Class
Webinars
Online Meetings
Make-up Class
Recorded Lectures
Online Interviews
 
Research Advising
Monitor On-the-Job Training Performance
Invite Expert to Class
Online Consultation
 

SETTING UP MS TEAMS INSIDE YOUR BB ORIGINAL AND ULTRA ONLINE COURSES 

Create a Microsoft Teams Meeting in the Original Course View

With Microsoft Teams set up in UST Cloud Campus for Blackboard Learn integration, you can create a Microsoft Teams meeting in your course. You and your students can then join the meeting directly from a link within your course.

Create a Microsoft Teams Meeting in the Ultra Course View

With Microsoft Teams set up in UST Cloud Campus for Blackboard Learn integration, you can create a Microsoft Teams meeting in your course. You and your students can then join the meeting directly from a link within your course.

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SETTING UP GOOGLE MEET INSIDE YOUR BB ORIGINAL AND ULTRA ONLINE COURSES 

 

Create a Google Meet Link in the Original Course View

With Google Meet set up in UST Cloud Campus for Blackboard Learn integration, you can create a Google Meet meeting in your course. You and your students can then join the meeting directly from a link within your course.

Create a Google Meet Link in the Ultra Course View

With Google Meet set up in UST Cloud Campus for Blackboard Learn integration, you can create a Google Meet meeting in your course. You and your students can then join the meeting directly from a link within your course.

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