Web conferencing is any type of online meeting that involves two or more participants in different locations. These participants could be anywhere in the world. With a reliable internet connection and conferencing software, they can see, talk, and hear each other in real-time. A web conferencing platform can have built-in advanced features. These include screen sharing, instant messaging, desktop sharing, remote control, file sharing and an interactive whiteboard.

Echo 360

Echo360 is a learning engagement tool, which allows the recording of classroom lectures, meetings, speeches, and events. This system consists of video capture, student engagement tools, and analytic tools to maximize student participation and engagement for both campus-based and online courses. You can record any combination of audio, video, and information on your computer screen and publish your recordings to Canvas.

Welcome to Echo360


Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a web conferencing tool that allows Instructors to collaborate with their students, using chats, calls, audio/video conferencing, and document sharing through its platform. Users can stay organize by keeping notes, documents and calendars together or securely connect, access, share, and co-author files in real-time. MS Teams is already installed on your Howard University issued computer.

Getting Started with MS Teams



Zoom is a modern enterprise video communications solution. It has an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems. Zoom helps you bring your groups together for collaboration.

Getting Started with Zoom


Stronger Together: Course Content and Learning Technology

The current status of today's society is driven by and involves technology. Unfortunately this is not a shared practice by all in the educational context.

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