Fuze and Academic Continuity
Georgetown Law uses Fuze for web conferencing and video calls.
You can connect to Fuze from any device at any time. To learn more connecting to Fuze, please browse to https://www.fuze.com/product#greatExperience.
Online Fuze tutorials and video conferencing FAQs and instructions are listed below:
- A quick-start guide, located at https://www.fuzebox.com/support/fuze-ed/quick-start-guides and
- An on-demand tutorial, located at https://www.fuzebox.com/support/fuze-ed/on-demand-tutorials.
- A Video Conferencing Best Practices FAQ, located at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/campus-services/ist/communications/Video-Conferencing-Best-Practices.cfm.
- Video Conferencing Scheduling and Equipment Instructions, located at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/campus-services/ist/communications/VideoConferencing.cfm.
To create a Fuze account, browse to https://www.fuzebox.com and click the Log in button, located in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. You will need to enter your LawMail address and Georgetown University password.
Fuze is a key component of the Law Center's Academic and Business Continuity Strategy, the goal of which is to support classes and meetings in the event of an emergency closure. Another approach to academic continuity is the Law Center's digital classroom recording system. Faculty and students can request classroom recordings by using the form located at https://apps.law.georgetown.edu/class-recordings.