Today, we want to present some web tools to anyone planning to hold a seminar, organize a round table, online conferences, or a free tutoring session at a minimal cost.
You can also use these tools to organize discussions with students around topics of interest to the class. The tools that appear in the list are among the most popular existing.
- ezTalks Cloud Meeting: This is a professional free video conferencing and web conferencing tool that enables you to have online meetings or training with up to 100 participants. The software interface is user-friendly and easy to use.
2.Wiziq: It is an excellent platform for holding virtual classrooms and webinars using a wide range of audiovisual tools and live communication.
3.Meet.fm: This is another good web-based tool that you can use to conduct discussion and live meeting online. Meet.fm allows you to create a meeting channel that you can easily join by simply entering the URL of your meeting channel.
In a meeting channel, you can share screen with your guests as well as files and documents. Meet.fm is available for desktop, iPad and android.
- Live Minutes: It is another good platform of collaboration that facilitates the videoconference. The great thing about this tool is that it includes live collaboration features similar to those found in Google Docs.
Users can, in addition to live video chat, work on documents in real time, edit to make lists and even use images.
- AnyMeeting:This is a freemium platform for holding online conferences. With this service you will be able to hold webinars where you can share anything that can be displayed on your computer, including PowerPoint, Excel, Word and web pages.
You can also upload PDF files and slides to any meeting to share with your guests. Up to six people can videoconference at a time with the ability to record the whole conference online.
There are also other well-known platforms like Skype and Google Hangouts.All of them are relevant for formal integration as well as educational frameworks. They are also easy to use, student-friendly, web-based (no software installation required), and users do not need advanced technology knowledge to make them serve.