Effective Saturday, March 14, OSU will move to a higher level of response that continues the essential operations of the university, but seeks to reduce the frequency of interactions among students, faculty, staff and visitors throughout all university campuses, centers, facilities and operations. Our focus is on continued university operations and social distancing.
Class Slack Workspaces are created in TEACH under Faculty/TA Tools -> Class Administration -> Class Slack Workspace
Slack is a collaboration hub, where you and your students can work together to share, discuss, and engage with learning on a deeper level. Slack is a searchable platform for messaging, content sharing, and integrations with other software tools.
Separate instances of Slack that are managed by OSU COE. A workspace has its own admins, permissions, channels, apps and is meant to facilitate complex collaborations amongst a focused group (ie; research or classes) over a long period of time.
Context-based conversations where group of people can communicate and interact on a common topic or project. Channels can be public or private and can be shared across multiple workspaces if need be.
1:1 communications with fellow students, colleagues and coworkers across the college. Video, Audio or text chat with up to 8 participants is supported.
Provides first-glance insight into what conversation is contained in the channel. This should follow a shared convention for consistency across the college.
Enter search terms here to query publicly shared information in all channels, workspaces, and direct messages you participate in across the organization
Once you are in a channel or DM, you can type text into the message box and send it to the channel or direct message to communicatie. You can also use the + icon to upload files or attach documents from Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, or other cloud storage services that have been configured.