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Google Meet

Google Meet offers a seamless virtual classroom experience by allowing participants to join video meetings from any location. Google meet can be  utilized to conduct real-time lectures, seminars, and group discussions. With its integration into the Google Workspace suite, students and faculty can easily schedule and join meetings using their university email accounts. Google Meet's features, such as screen sharing, chat, and real-time collaboration on Google Docs, enhance interactive learning in the virtual environment.


Zoom has become a widely adopted platform for virtual classrooms and video conferencing due to its user-friendly interface and versatile features. Zoom can be used to host live lectures, workshops, and presentations. Zoom's breakout room feature allows educators to divide larger classes into smaller discussion groups, encouraging active participation and peer interaction. Additionally, Zoom's recording functionality enables students to review sessions later, fostering effective revision and learning.

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams serves as an integrated hub for communication and collaboration that can be integrated within University's online learning environment. The platform enables seamless interaction between students and instructors through video meetings, chat, and file sharing. Teams' document collaboration features empower students to work together on assignments and projects in real-time. The integration with Microsoft 365 apps streamlines the creation and sharing of educational resources.