Difference between revisions of "Start a Teams meeting with your project group"

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==Click upon your class==
 
==Click upon your class==
 
Now that you've logged into Teams, you should see the title of your course. Clicking upon it will allow you to enter your class's Team space.
 
Now that you've logged into Teams, you should see the title of your course. Clicking upon it will allow you to enter your class's Team space.
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==Change to your group's channel==
 
==Change to your group's channel==
 
Locate the channel that's associated with your project group.  
 
Locate the channel that's associated with your project group.  
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[[File:Select Group Channel.png|frame|center]]
 
Note that not all instructors prefer to use project group channels.
 
Note that not all instructors prefer to use project group channels.
  

Revision as of 14:01, 10 August 2021

It your course instructor has chosen to offer a lecture, class meeting, or seminar group via Teams, there are several methods of connecting.

Log into Teams

More information is available in the Where is Teams? page.

Click upon your class

Now that you've logged into Teams, you should see the title of your course. Clicking upon it will allow you to enter your class's Team space.

Test Class.png

Change to your group's channel

Locate the channel that's associated with your project group.

Select Group Channel.png

Note that not all instructors prefer to use project group channels.

Click Meet now

Click the Meet now button to immediately begin a meeting for you and your project members.

Click Meet now.png

You will see the video camera icon near the bottom of your screen in the chat function.


Channel meeting.png

Or in the top right hand corner of your channel you will see a Meet button.

More questions about Teams?