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==About this article==
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This article provides an overview of the Flipgrid video chat tool. It is intended for '''instructors''' and '''students'''.
 
==What's Flipgrid?==
 
==What's Flipgrid?==
 
Flipgrid is a web service that allows groups of people to discuss a specific topic asynchronously by exchanging short, 90-second videos captured using their computer or mobile device. The instructor creates a discussion forum or '''grid''', adds one or more topics to the grid, and invites students to post a recorded video response to those topics. Similar to threaded, text-based discussions, instructors and other students can view and reply to posted videos.
 
Flipgrid is a web service that allows groups of people to discuss a specific topic asynchronously by exchanging short, 90-second videos captured using their computer or mobile device. The instructor creates a discussion forum or '''grid''', adds one or more topics to the grid, and invites students to post a recorded video response to those topics. Similar to threaded, text-based discussions, instructors and other students can view and reply to posted videos.
 
==More information==
 
==More information==
 
*[[Integrating Flipgrid with Brightspace]]
 
*[[Integrating Flipgrid with Brightspace]]

Revision as of 18:24, 18 August 2019

Example.jpg

About this article

This article provides an overview of the Flipgrid video chat tool. It is intended for instructors and students.

What's Flipgrid?

Flipgrid is a web service that allows groups of people to discuss a specific topic asynchronously by exchanging short, 90-second videos captured using their computer or mobile device. The instructor creates a discussion forum or grid, adds one or more topics to the grid, and invites students to post a recorded video response to those topics. Similar to threaded, text-based discussions, instructors and other students can view and reply to posted videos.

More information