New front-end for BigBlueButton

GreenLight is a simple front-end that provides a minimalist web-based interface to let users: Create a meeting Invite others to the meeting Join a meeting Furthermore, if you configure GreenLight to use either Gmail or Twitter for authentication, users can login, create recorded meetings, and manage the recordings.  For users that have logged in, GreenLight

Installation video for BigBlueButton 1.1-beta

To help anyone installing BigBlueButton for the first time, we’ve created an installation video that walks you through the install steps at BigBlueButton 1.1-beta installation guide. The video covers installing BigBlueButton 1.1-beta (or later) on an new server assigning a hostname, and configuring it with SSL certificate from Let’s Encrypt. Here’s the video below —

BigBlueButton at Dearborn Public Schools

Interested in how schools are using open source to provide integrated solutions to their students. Here’s a video from Chris Kenniburg showing how Dearborn Public Schools using Moodle, Mahara, and BigBlueButton to offer in integrated learning environment.

Closed Captioning and Breakout Rooms (BigBlueButton 1.1-beta)

Hi Everyone, We are very pleased to announce the availability of BigBlueButton 1.1-beta that adds the following enhancements: Breakout Rooms Live Closed Captioning Faster Desktop Sharing BigBlueButton is an open source web conferencing system for online learning. The goal of the project is to provide remote students a high-quality online learning experience. The addition of

BigBlueButton Developer Summit IX

We recently finished our ninth developer summit in Porto Alegro, Brazil. It was a great week working on the BigBlueButton 1.1-beta version, HTML5 client, and mobile client (Android & iOS). As with every summit, we made a number of presentations on our progress. BigBlueButton Project Update Here’s an update on the project and our work