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Activating Your BlueJeans or Zoom Account
Wharton offers two fully-supported video conferencing solutions for all students, faculty, and staff: BlueJeans Zoom In order to activate either account, you must log in at least once with your PennKey. BlueJeans To activate your ...
Video Conferences
This article covers using Virtual Meetings for individual meetings and small group collaborations. To learn about using virtual meetings for teaching or learning within Canvas, see Virtual Meetings for Instruction . Wharton offers two supported ...
BlueJeans vs. Zoom Meetings
Wharton offers two supported video conferencing tools for holding meetings and classes at the School: BlueJeans Zoom Both products offer a range of native applications ( BlueJeans apps , Zoom apps ) and similar functionality. Sim...
Roles in a Video Conference
Each user connected to a video conference is assigned a role which determines their level of control over the meeting. BlueJeans and Zoom each have different types of roles available, each with their own levels of control over the meeting. BlueJean...
Video Conference Features
Video conferences come equipped with features that can be used during lectures to assist with content delivery. These built-ins are available when creating and joining a meeting through Canvas. Some of the same tools may also be available when joini...
Planning a Virtual Event
Virtual Events are a way to conduct larger gatherings with more control than a standard virtual meeting can provide. Events can be added to your account by a Wharton Computing administrator.   We recommend limiting your events to 1,000 part...
Video Conference Breakout Rooms
Both BlueJeans and Zoom feature breakout rooms (called breakout sessions in BlueJeans). Breakout rooms can be an excellent addition to the classroom, however, using them effectively takes a little planning and some extra know-how. $(function(){ ...