Google Meet Video Conferencing
Google Meet - https://meet.google.com - Online meeting and collaboration tool where participants can join by phone or web browser.
Note, students cannot join sessions outside frsu38.org or initiate their own meet sessions.
If you join an FRSU38.org meeting with an outside email address, you will be prompted to wait for
Google Meet Updates
Google is releasing many updates over the next six months to support safety and student engagement with their tools.
Google Meet now has a new feature called End Meeting for Everyone. When a teacher/host leaves a meeting, they will be prompted to either "Just Leave the Call" or "End the Call." When our teachers end their class meetings, they will choose "End the Call" which will end it for everyone. The next time your student looks to join their class meet, they will experience one or two screens.
Join a Meet and Change Your Layout on a Chromebook
Join a Meet using Apple's Google Meet App
Join a Meet Through Google Classroom
Join a Google Meet-Other ways
Google Meet Video Etiquette
How to Mute Yourself in Google Meet
Using Captions in Google Meet
"I can't hear any sounds."
Sometimes users accidentally mute their sound. To check for this try:
Pressing the volume up button on the keyboard. (Pictured to the right).
Also notice you have volume down, and Mute. Be aware that sometimes these buttons are pressed by mistake.
"My microphone is not working." "My camera is not working."
Change a site's camera & microphone permissions
Open Chrome .
At the top right, click More Settings.
Under "Privacy and security," click Site settings.
Click Camera or Microphone.
Turn on or off Ask before accessing.
Review your blocked and allowed sites.
To remove an existing exception or permission: To the right of the site, click Delete .
To allow a site that you already blocked: Under "Blocked," select the site's name and change the camera or microphone permission to "Allow."
When you first access a service that requires a microphone, (Talk & Type), a white box panel that will appear at the top left that will give permission for the service to access your microphone. If you don't do that, log out of her chromebook, log back in, and try again.
If that doesn't work, reset the Chrome settings to default.
On your Chromebook, open Chrome browser.
At the top right, click More -->Settings.
At the bottom, click Advanced.
Under "Reset Settings," click Restore settings to their original defaults Reset Settings.
If neither of these solutions work, submit a ticket at help.frsu38.org stating the chromebook microphone is not working and needs repair.