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- March 8th is #PodRevDay for the month of March. Podcast Review Day takes places each month on the 8th and the purpose is to be intentional about leaving ratings and reviews about the podcasts you listen to. Feedback from a podcast audience does one thing and one thing only.
- 25 Ways to Use Screencastify with Google Apps
- Google and Microsoft are giving away enterprise conferencing tools due to coronavirus
- Google announced on 3/3 that it would be rolling out free access to “advanced” features for Hangouts Meet to all G Suite and G Suite for Education customers globally through July 1, 2020. That means organizations can host meetings with up to 250 participants, live stream to up to 100,000 viewers within a single domain, and record and save meetings to Google Drive.
- Microsoft is offering a free six-month trial globally for a premium tier of Microsoft Teams. The tier was originally designed to enable hospitals, schools, and businesses in China to get up and running quickly on Microsoft Teams, and that tier is now available globally. However, when you try to sign up for it, you’ll be prompted to work with a Microsoft partner or a member of Microsoft’s sales team to get it set up.
- On March 10th, Microsoft says it will also roll out an update to the free version of Teams that will lift restrictions on how many users can be part of a team and allow users to schedule video calls and conferences.
- Other tools that could be valuable if your school has to close include:
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