InSpace is a videoconferencing tool designed around a virtual space in which participants can move, interact in small groups, and engage in ways that many people find more intuitive than a Zoom or Meet call. It’s also unique in that it was developed at Champlain!
InSpace has provided an excellent resource page especially for Champlain faculty that covers major features, getting started, and information you can share with students. Check it out!
Here are some direct links to basic articles in InSpace’s knowledge base:
- InSpace basics:
- InSpace’s knowledge base
- If InSpace’s knowledge base does not answer your question, please contact their support team
CLT and Academic Technology staff can advise you on teaching with InSpace, but we recommend you consult their resources first.