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Digital meetings

Digital meetings can work out better, or worse, than physical ones. The obvious advantages are that they can save time and that you can avoid unnecessary travel. On this page, we have gathered some tips about how you can exploit the pros and avoid the cons when arranging such meetings with students, colleagues or participants from other organisations.

What is a digital meeting?

The first step when arranging a digital meeting is to consider which tool is best suited to achieve what you want out of the meeting.

Today, as an employee of Lund University, you can choose which digital tool to use for your meeting, Zoom or Teams, depending on what the best fit is and what you feel comfortable with. Often, Teams is used for quick contact within the University, while Zoom can be more straightforward if you need to show something to a group of people. At Lund University, you can take part in both beginner and continuation courses about Zoom and Zoom Webinar. New dates are regularly added to our calendar. So feel free to register for one if you have not done so before, or if you would like to further develop your skills in Zoom! 

See all workshops about Zoom in the calendar

See all guides to Zoom on Canvas –