Using Google Meet for Remote Learning
Google Meet (formerly Google Hangouts) can support video calls for up to 250 participants using G Suite for Education. Faculty can host video calls from their web browsers, invite their students to participate, screen share, and moderate either text or audio-based discussions.
Looking for information on how to establish Google Meet protocols? Visit our Establishing Google Meet Protocols of Engagement with your Students page on Tech Web.
Looking for information on how to establish Google Meet protocols? Visit our Establishing Google Meet Protocols of Engagement with your Students page on TechWeb.
How to Enable a BU Google Account
Students automatically have access through their BU Google Apps account.
Faculty and Staff
To access Google Meet, Faculty and Staff will first need to activate their Google Account. Please follow these instructions on Tech Web to activate your account.
Once you’ve enabled your account, login to BU Google Apps or visit the Google Meet page.
Google Meet, and the entire G Suite of Apps, works best using the current version of Google Chrome. Meet also works with the current versions of Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Apple Safari.
Visit the Google’s Hangouts Meet requirements page for complete video meeting requirements.
Tip: If your browser doesn’t support Meet video meetings, you can dial in using the phone number and PIN, if provided by the meeting organizer.
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