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Desktop Share Share your entire screen with meeting attendees anytime, anywhere. Icon Hd High Definition Content Show videos, graphics and documents and other content in high-resolution – in total sync. Icon Fetch Fetch Meeting Attendees Bring an attendee straight into a live web or audio conference in one easy step. Icon Interface Easy, Intuitive Interface Beautifully simple. Web-based. No hardware or software to purchase or download.Team Apart - Real simple. Real-time.
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Meet face to face with others to quickly and efficiently share information. Go ahead, try it out now! Communicate with others using a webcam/microphone. Sketch out your ideas and visions on the whiteboard. Real-time Notepad Create a To-Do list or take meeting notes with others, synchronously!
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Team Apart is browser-based application that provides small teams with a place to meet and collaborate in real-time. A Team Apart meeting includes tons of great features to help you collaborate, including document and image viewing, whiteboarding, simultaneous text editing, and screen sharing. Team Apart also allows for face-to-face interaction through your computer webcam and microphone.Kathy Schrock's Kaffeeklatsch: Tools for Schools: Live Online Conferencing
Wednesday, February 18, 2009 Tools for Schools: Live Online Conferencing As an Adobe Education Leader, I am lucky enough to have access to a full version of Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro, a full-featured video conferencing and synchronous collaboration tool. (If anyone ever wants to see how it works, please let me know and we can set up a time for a meeting demo!) Adobe Acrobat Connect Pro is not free, and I have yet to find a no-cost option for schools that comes close to its capabilities. However, here are a few free options that provide more than just video-calling (like Skype and ooVoo). The sites listed below will allow you to experiment with a more full-featured toolset and, perhaps, provide enough justification in your school or district for the purchase of a full-fledged system! These are just brief overviews of the capabilities of each of these systems. Each system often adds new features, so take the time to give each of them a try and re-visit them regularly.
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