Looking for a way to teach and learn remotely? Lark is here to help! Currently available free of charge, Lark offers video meetings that support up to 100 participants and can be livestreamed to reach millions of people. Participants can easily share their screen. An all-in-one platform, Lark can meet the needs of classes of different sizes and help make the most of every online class. This article describes a few Lark features that teachers and students can use to teach and learn remotely.
Share and collaborate in a class
To help students follow along, you can share your screen or a specific window in a meeting. You can also share Docs so students can leave comments and even co-edit it at the same time. Features such as creating a poll are also available. Students can also share their screen and Docs to present their work.
Small group discussions
Before class, you can create different group chats and divide students into different groups. They can also assign group leaders in advance. During class, instructors can facilitate group discussions in different group chats and encourage all group members to participate and contribute.
Livestream a lecture
Seminars, webinars, and training sessions can all be livestreamed to reach millions of people. Once the host starts livestreaming, students can open the livestream link in a web browser on their computer or phone, log in with their Lark account, and watch the livestream. You can even generate a livestream link before an event starts and share it with students in advance. Click to learn more.
1. Mini classes (less than 4 people) can be conducted as video meetings. Both instructors and students can start a meeting. Participants can turn on their camera and microphone during the meeting and share their screen anytime they want.
2. Small classes (5-50 people) can be conducted as video meetings. The instructor can start the meeting and choose to mute participants on entry to prevent disruptions. During the meeting, sharing Docs can help the instructor and students to collaborate and exchange ideas in real time.
3. Large classes (50-100 people) can be conducted as video meetings. The instructor can start the meeting, then choose to mute participants on entry and mute all participants to prevent disruptions. When it's time for students to answer questions, the instructor can then turn on individual students' microphones. This helps instructors effectively manage their online classrooms.
4. Large lectures (more than 100 people) can be conducted as livestreamed video meetings. You can livestream a meeting, and copy and share the livestream link. Students can open the link using a web browser to watch the livestream. In the future, we will also provides features such as allowing interaction between viewers and guest speakers.