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Microsoft Teams is an easy way to pull together a group to share, collaborate and communicate in one central location without the use of phone calls that take time away from our day or emails that can easily get buried. This article will show how to create and use breakout rooms in Teams.
Microsoft Teams no longer automatically uploads videos to Stream, instead, it saves them to your OneDrive. Here is how you access the videos, and how you can upload them to Stream or share them from OneDrive.
Each semester, the Office of Information Technology will be automatically creating, and populating your Class Teams for you.

Here is a quick overview of getting started with your Class Team.
Microsoft Teams now allows for the easy downloading of attendance reports from meetings of all types. Here is a quick overview of how to download an attendance report from a Teams Meeting.
This article will help you get past the "There was a problem connecting your course to Microsoft Teams" when clicking on Microsoft Teams in your Canvas course after you have turned on the LTI integration and the Team was successfully created.
How to create, synchronize and access your Microsoft Teams Class Team through Canvas.
Here is a quick overview of how to share the content (PowerPoint, Whiteboard, videos, desktop, etc) you wish to share with others in a Teams meeting.
Setting options in Microsoft Teams meetings is an important step to making sure you have the most control over the meeting while it is in progress.
Microsoft Teams Live Events is a great way to present to a large audience (up to 10,000 people) when you do not want direct interaction with the attendees.  Teams Live Events are great for presenting to those both internally, and externally -- and have internal and external (guest) presenters get their message across.  The method for allowing those outside of our organization to present is not as simple as inviting them to the Live Event.  Here are the steps.
Microsoft Teams Live Events is a tool similar to GoToWebinar that allows for a presenter or series of presenters to share information with a large group of people (up to 10,000).
Individuals with Apple computers running MacOS later than 10.12 might encounter issues sharing their screen if they missed a key question when installing Teams, or if that question was not asked by the system for one reason or another (we have seen both behaviors).  To fix this issue with Teams (and any other application that shares your screen to someone else), you need to enable screen recording for Teams (or the application in question). Here is how you do that.
Microsoft Teams Live Events is a great way to present to a large audience when you do not want direct interaction with the attendees.  Teams Live Events are great for presenting to those both internally, and externally -- and have internal and external (guest) presenters get their message across.   In order to assist the campus community produce live events, the Office of Information Technology has a request form that needs to be filled out at least three weeks before the event.
Microsoft Teams is an easy way to pull together a group to share, collaborate and communicate in one central location without the use of phone calls that take time away from our day or emails that can easily get buried.  Teams is a great platform to hold meetings with both Cedar Crest constituents and those from outside the College.  However, there are times that guests can encounter issues connecting to Teams Meetings or Live Events
There are times that an attendee will report not seeing the chat bubble, or having any access to the in-meeting chat.  This is an issue on the attendee's device or with their internet connection.  There are various reasons that the chat function can be missing for someone in a meeting. Here are some steps to help troubleshoot the issue.
Here is a quick overview of getting into Teams from a college-owned computer.