Microsoft Stream student access

Monday, June 29, 2020

What is happening? Student access to Microsoft Stream, an Office 365 video sharing service, has been expanded to include record and upload abilities. All University faculty, staff, and students can create and view video content in Stream. 
 
When should I use Microsoft Stream? Microsoft Stream is recommended for sharing recorded video content of meetings, presentations, and training sessions. With Stream enabled, you can record any Teams meeting or call to capture audio, video and screen sharing activity and save it to Microsoft Stream. WebEx remains the recommended tool for teaching at this time (https://uwaterloo.ca/keep-learning/webex). See also Tool comparison for remote meetings and conference calls.
 
How do I request access to Microsoft Stream? All faculty, staff, and students can create and view content in Microsoft Stream by going to https://portal.office.com and choosing All Apps and then Stream.
 
How can I learn more about Stream? Visit the Stream Service page and Stream FAQ’s.

For guidelines on privacy for remote meetings and remote teaching, please see:

Questions or concerns? Please submit a request at rt-ist-cs-stream@rt.uwaterloo.ca.

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