[music] In this video, we'll introduce Microsoft Teams and provide examples of how you can use Teams in the office and the classroom. So, what is Teams? Teams is a Microsoft collaboration tool that supports your class or workgroup by providing organized chats, secure access to shared files, online meetings, the ability to add links to other apps and websites, and more.
The Teams desktop, web, and mobile apps make it easy to remain connected. The different versions allow you to access it from a PC, a Mac, or a mobile device. Dallas College staff can use Teams to create a workspace for each of their projects, collaborate on and share documents, conduct secure online meetings and presentations, and have organized conversations that remain available even after the conversation has ended.
Faculty and students can use the same features to enhance the classroom. Teams facilitates note-taking, meetings, assignments, document sharing, and collaboration. Faculty can use Teams to hold interactive class sessions and keep in touch with their students. Students can use Teams to meet with their instructor, create study groups, and work on group projects. [music]
Hopefully, this video has piqued your interest in Microsoft Teams, and you're ready to start exploring this versatile app. Thanks for watching this video.