Continuing with our back-to-school preparation here at the LIVEbrary, I have located and reviewed a variety of resources for using FreeConferenceCall.com to deliver online classrooms visits.
FreeConferenceCall is a free conference call service that allows you to stage and record group phone calls. The only charges are whatever your phone carrier charges for long-distance calls to FreeConferenceCall. You can open a FreeConferenceCall account (no credit card required) and begin using it today. It's that simple.
At last check, FreeConferenceCall does not include the ability to text chat or instant message during a call (as Skype does), nor do they offer free videoconferencing at this time (as ooVoo does). But the phone connection through FreeConferenceCall is easier to use and more stable than VOIP, and no software installation is required.
Teachers and librarians -- please email me if you have questions about using FreeConferenceCall for online classroom visits from our LIVEbrary authors.
Producer of The Annick LIVEbrary
RESOURCES FOR USING FCC
- FCC Instructions
- Cheat Sheet of FCC Codes:
- How to Record FCC Calls:
- Video Tutorial (3.5 minutes)
Using FreeConferenceCall.com on PC (by Eric Brown)