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This is an audio recording of Dr. Wesley Fryer’s presentation, “Google Hangouts 101” on June 10, 2014, at the EdTech Team’s Texas Summit featuring Google Apps for Education in Richardson. The breakout session description was: A Google Hangout is a free, web-based videoconference that can include up to 10 participants and an unlimited number of viewers who can participate via text Q&A. Google Hangouts support document and screensharing, as well as optional recording for archival and later viewing on YouTube. Google Hangouts are a fantastic platform for teacher and class collaboration. The Google Connected Classrooms program provides opportunities for students to participate in free virtual field trips throughout the year on a variety of engaging topics. Come learn how to add Google Hangouts to your virtual teacher toolbox! Session resources including presentation slides and referenced videos are available on Wes’ handouts wiki.