Thursday, January 22, 2009


Dimdim Open Source Web Conferencing

We’ve all been in the situation where we are in an online meeting and we want to share something with the other participants and couldn’t. (Actually, I have been looking at Elluminate software to use with my teachers for webinars....). I came across Dimdim surfing the web and I am going to test run it with a few colleagues. I will let you know the results soon...please feel free to comment.
Dimdim is a service that lets everyone everywhere communicate using rich media in real time. 20 particiapants for free. Dimdim’s mission is “to enable web collaboration for everyone. We believe that we can improve the world by providing easy, open and affordable collaboration software that anyone can use.”

1 comment:

Andrew_Mikogo said...

Hi Teacherstone,
I'd just like to let you know about an online meeting tool ideal for presentations and trainings that you may be interested in checking out: Mikogo free desktop sharing.
A great advantage of Mikogo is that it provides a clean, uncluttered online meeting solution. You can start meetings via the Mikogo menu, accessible from your desktop. Then during the meeting, you can access the features by opening the menu from your system tray. This keeps your screen very free and allows your participants to focus on the meeting at hand. This is demonstrated in the video tutorial available on Vimeo.
Furthermore, with Mikogo you can share any screen content or application as you need it - websites, PDFs, powerpoint files, spreadsheets, images, etc. No need to upload files beforehand. This allows you to be very flexible during your meeting.
All features are included for free and Mikogo is available for everyone to use.
Drop by our website and feel free to contact me if you would like further info.


Andrew Donnelly
The Mikogo Team


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