Thursday, March 13, 2014

Featured 3-13-2014: Vyew


Vyew is a free next-generation online collaboration and web conferencing service that brings people and content together.

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With Vyew you can give a presentation to an entire class or post a document for review by your students in class or at home, facilitating a 'flipped classroom' concept. Vyew is extremely flexible allowing you to bring online collaboration and sharing into your teaching.
Vyew allows you to meet and share content in real-time or at anytime convenient to your viewers. Upload images, files, documents, and videos into a room that users can access and contribute to at no matter when.
Vyew is web-based, running in your browser, no downloads necessary. Consequently it's compatible with PC, Mac, and Linux. Vyew supports a broad array of file types: doc, xls, pdf, ppt, jpg, gif, png, swf, txt, rtf, mp3, flv, and more. Mix and arrange files any way you like.

Conferencing features include whiteboarding, video conferencing, screen sharing, and VOIP. Collaboration features such as contextual discussion forums, voice-notes, tracking and logging activity can be found. Continuous rooms are always saved and always-on. 

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Key features of Vyew:
  • Draw/Annotate – full set of drawing, commenting and discussion tools
  • Desktop Sharing – Stream your screen in real-time to people in your meeting
  • Instant Screen Capture – Take snapshots of your screen and insert them into a meeting
  • Video Conference – Up to 5 people can broadcast their video to everyone in the room.
  • Publish – Include read-only versions of your meeting on a web site, blog, in HTML emails, etc.
 View a demo of Vyew
Vyew promises the free version (unlimited use with up to 10 people) will remain free, however, it is ad-supported.

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