Distance Learning Tools

Wanting to have a face to face meeting?


Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool with a local, desktop client and a mobile app that allows users to meet online, with or without video. Zoom users can choose to record sessions, collaborate on projects, and share or annotate on one another's screens, all with one easy-to-use platform.

Click the logo for instructions on using Zoom.

Google Meet

With Hangouts Meet you can create video calls and invite your entire class. The app allows users to join pre-scheduled meetings from calendar events, choose a link, enter meeting code and even dial in from their phones if the invitation includes a phone number.

Click on the logo for a tutorial on using Google Meet.

A step by step guide to joining a video call through Gmail can be found here:

How to Join a Google Meet

Needing to Record a short lesson or tutorial?

Loom is a platform that allows you to make quick videos using a lightning-fast video recorder capable of capturing your screen, webcam, and microphone.

Need to do text to speech?

Google Docs & Slides

Students can use voice typing to enter, edit, and format text in Docs and Slides, all without a keyboard.


Generate rich notes for meetings, interviews, lectures, and other important voice conversations with Otter.

Otter can also transcribe your Zoom lectures with Otter.

Want to create an online quiz?


Create tests/quizzes in your Schoology course to assess your students' grasp of the material or evaluate their preparedness for class.

Click on the graphic for instructions on using the Quiz function in Schoology.

Google Forms

Set and automatically mark quizzes and assessments with Google Forms.

Also a great way to create a survey to get feedback from a large group.

Click on the graphic for a tutorial on using Forms.

Scheduling a time for a video conference with a student or parent?

Google Calendar

Use Google Calendar to schedule your Google Meet or Zoom meeting. This can help you keep track of who you have meetings scheduled with and when! You can also join the meeting session that you have setup directly by clicking the link.

Try using the "Schedule" feature with Zoom or setup your Google Meet directly from Google Calendar!