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Transcript of Google Hangouts
What is Google Hangouts? How can you use it?
"A Hangout is a web-based tool created by Google for communicating through video"
"One of the best aspects of Google Hangouts is that all you need is a Google Plus account to start one."
"For example, in [a] nationwide book club, authors can talk with numerous classrooms at one time. Scientists can speak to a wide audience of students about a relevant topic or event, or just to share their experiences as scientists."
"Imagine a 15-year-old with a penchant for graphic design sharing his or her designs with other artists around the world through an online art critique, or a high school senior using Hangouts to study and discuss classwork with his or her friends...Through the power of online networks, it is now possible to connect our students with experts in every field imaginable."
"Just as students can use Hangouts to learn from others, administrators can use Hangouts across schools and districts as a way to share ideas and collaborate."
via Mary Beth Hertz:http://www.edutopia.org/blog/educators-schools-google-hangouts-mary-beth-hertz
How do you do it?
Follow this link to hear Jared show you how to use Google Hangouts:
Check out these blogs and articles for more ideas!:
Hangouts with friends!
What do Google Hangouts look like?
Click this link to watch some of a hangout on air from one of my classes (don't watch the whole thing):