Fuze and Academic Continuity
Georgetown Law uses Fuze for its web conferencing. 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.
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.
A printable set of instructions for Fuze Web Conferencing can be found HERE.
Web conferencing best practices and instructions for using the Law Center's equipment are listed below:
- A Video Conferencing Best Practices FAQ is located at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/campus-services/ist/communications/Video-Conferencing-Best-Practices.cfm.
- Video Conferencing Scheduling and Equipment Instructions are located at http://www.law.georgetown.edu/campus-services/ist/communications/VideoConferencing.cfm.
Fuze tutorial links are provided below:
- A quick-start guide is located at https://www.fuzebox.com/support/fuze-ed/quick-start-guides and
- An on-demand tutorial is located at https://www.fuzebox.com/support/fuze-ed/on-demand-tutorials.
- An overall Fuze tutorial is located at https://www.fuze.com/product#greatExperience.
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.