For first time users of Microsoft Teams, click here for more information.
Microsoft Teams is the ultimate messaging app for real-time collaboration and communication, meetings, file and app sharing, accessible to each faculty and student of Arium School of Arts & Sciences.
Teams are made up of channels, which are the conversations you have with your classmates or lecturers. For every module you are attending, you will be a member of that Team.
Channels are where text, audio, and video conversations open to the whole team happen, and where files are shared.
While channel conversations are public, chats are just between you and someone else (or a group of people).
A @mention is a way to get your attention in a channel conversation or chat. When your lecturer or classmate @mentions you, you get a notification in your Activity feed, and you also see a number next to the channel or chat you were @mentioned in. Click the notification to go directly to the point in the conversation where they mentioned you.
Go to Teams and select the respective module. In Posts, you will access the link of the previous sessions’ recordings. Please allow 3 working days for the video to be generated.
If you do not see the video, please request the link from our Ops Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the moment, the relevant documents will be uploaded in Google Drive; the link will be made available to students on the day of class commencement, until further notice.
The link will be published to the Team Posts as shown below.
We recommend students to download the mobile application of Microsoft Teams to keep up with the latest class updates.
If you are experiencing problems with Microsoft Teams, kindly contact our Ops Manager at email@example.com and we will be glad to assist.
Please contact us at 6338 0727 for more information.