Training & Documentation

Teaching and Learning Remotely

         Teaching remotely allows faculty to engage with their students from a distance, whether it is an in-person or web-enabled class (e.g., Sakai). Learning technologies are provided on the Remote Teaching Resources page. The two main tools for teaching remotely at Ithaca College are Sakai, where professors or groups can create a site to share and organize classroom or project content and Zoom, a video conferencing tool that includes screen sharing.

 

          If you want to use Zoom for a class or project, go to ithaca.zoom.us. Zoom is also in your Sakai site.

 

Host a Meeting

 

Join a Meeting:

Through Sakai

Through the  Desktop Application, Phone App, Web or Email Invitation  

 

Invite People to a Meeting Through Email or Application

 

Upload Recorded Meeting to media.ithaca.edu 

 

How To Use Zoom:

General Support Page 

Getting Started Support Page

Getting Started With PC and Mac PDF

 

 

To learn how to use our various remote teaching services go to the resources page for more information and support material.