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Google Hangouts: Home

How to schedule a
Google Hangout!!


What do I need to do for a Video Consultation!

To meet remotely with a consultant, you will first set up Google Hangouts and then make an appointment:

  • For FAU Students and Faculty Members:  Activate Google Plus on your Google FAU email account.  If you do not have a Google FAU Email account, you can use another Gmail account. If you do not have any sort of Google FAU email or Gmail account.
  • For PBSC Students and Faculty Members: Since PBSC uses Microsoft Outlook as their email platform if you would like a video consult you will need to create a Gmail account if you do not already have one active. Thanks.

About Google Hangouts!

About Google Hangouts!

What is Google Hangouts?

Google Hangouts is an instant messaging and video chat platform created by Google.  It allows anyone with Internet access and a Google e-mail account to communicate with others.  It will allow you to converse one-on-one with a colleague or student, engage in a meeting with up to 10 people around the world via video chat,  as well as, the dissemination ideas and information through the use of built-in features like:     

  • Hold a consultation with a group of students without having to traipse across campus during a Florida rainstorm.
  • Bring in guest lecturers from around the world right in to your class to discuss the latest topic or event.
  • Give an off-campus lecture without having to leave campus.
  • Share your Computer Screen with ease when you need a visual aid to explain your point.
  • Be able to share and collaborate purtant documents via Google Drive.
  • Engage your students or colleagues when at a conference through your mobile device.
  • You can broadcast and record your presentation on the web via YouTube.

Working Group Members

Lawrence Mello (Chair)

Lauri Rebar