Web Conferencing (Teaching in the Clouds)
Allows video conferencing with up to 8 users (free version allows conferencing with one other user). You can share your screen , docs and applications in a live video meeting. Also has 2 way video chat and collaboration. This application must be downloaded and installed on your local machine.
Allows video conferencing with up to 10 users but there is no audio sharing or Webcam support. This application must be downloaded and installed on your local machine.
The Free version allows you to have up to 10 users to collaborate, along with 20 VyewBook limit (one VyewBook represents one active workspace.) The free version will display ads on your workspace. Browser based no install to local machine required.
Great option for conducting online tutoring sessions, brainstorming sessions, and other online presentations.
Nice service for hosting and recording live webinars without installing any special software. As a webinar host you can share your screen, use your webcam, and use text chat all at the same time. As the webinar host you can invite others to talk to the group using their webcams. You can record all or part of your webinar for free too. Free version allows up to 200 users.
Quick Screen Share
Quickly see, and even control, a friend’s computer without installing software or signing up for a service. Java-based web app Quick Screen Share is the simplest way to offer screen sharing , and it’s free. Best of all, it works on and between Linux, Windows and Mac computers
Offers you with one-click, platform/tool-independent screen sharing and hassle-free viewing within the web browser. The service does not require any installation or signup whatsoever, and with it, you can allow as many people as you like to view your computer screen
Makes intra-application collaboration seamless with the ability to share a computer screen and control of the computer itself! If you're asking why anyone would ever allow such a thing, the keyword here is 'share'. That means two computer mice and keyboard inputs both capable of clicking, dragging, and typing on a single computer. No need to worry about unfettered access to all your private information. As-is the case with Skype and Google Hangouts, you can share your entire screen or a specific application.
Allows students and teachers alike to easily work in groups. After creating a group in Wiggio people can 1) communicate via group email, text, or voice messages, 2) host web meetings, conference calls, and chatrooms, 3) store and edit files in one common folder, 4) keep track of tasks and resources, 5) and poll all group members. Browser Based.
Free web conferencing called Connect Now
Pro version (Used in eLearning along with Ministry LMS)
Skype in the Classroom
A free and easy way for teachers to open up their classroom and their students to a world way beyond their campus. With Skype, students can learn from other students, connect with other cultures, and expand their knowledge.
Lets you easily make a video call to someone. It’s free and, after registering, all you have to do is type in the email of the person you want to call. They click on the link and the two of you are in a web-based video call. For now, at least, you can’t record the call, and it appears to only allow two people on at the same time.
Spreaker is an online application for creating and sharing live audio content on the Internet. With Spreaker, users become Radio DJs and host personal radio shows that can be streamed live and listened through a widget which supports all the major social media and mobile platforms.