Students, faculty and staff use Microsoft Teams for online/live class sessions and meetings. Teams sites offer file sharing and threaded conversations that persist. But note that D2L remains the place for course content and asynchronous class discussion.
Do you own Teams meeting recordings that were created as of Aug. 16, 2021? Learn about video deletion, which starts in mid-February 2022, and how video owners can keep expiring videos.
Microsoft Teams meetings: for online/live class sessions and meetings
- Live Classes/Meetings basics
- Scheduling meetings
- Attendee vs. presenter roles
- Sharing your screen (and audio)
- Polls and Surveys
- Uploading/sharing videos
- Accessing recorded videos
- Breakout meetings
Live Class Sessions/Meetings basics
Scheduling Teams meetings
Attendee vs. presenter roles
Sharing your screen (and audio)
Accessing recorded videos
Microsoft Teams sites
- Tips for using Microsoft Teams sites and using Teams channels
- Instructors: Control Teams Class Sites via CheckMarq Faculty Center
- If you do NOT need a Teams course site: How to create a Teams site
- Accessibility and Microsoft Teams
If you have questions about Microsoft Teams, please contact the IT Services Help Desk.