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  1. The Meeting and Webinar platforms offer similar features and functionality but have some key differences.

  2. Meetings are designed to be a collaborative event with all participants being able to screen share, turn on their video and audio, and see who else is in attendance.

    1. Typically recommended for smaller events
  3. Webinars are designed so that the host and any designated panelists can share their video, audio and screen.

    1. Webinars allow view-only attendees.

    2. They have the ability to interact via Q&A, Chat, and answering polling questions.

    3. The host can also unmute the attendees. Attendees in webinars, can not rename themselves as well. 

    4. Good for large events where content is being "pushed" to an audience
  4. See this Zoom article for a feature comparison.

A limited number of Zoom Webinar licenses are available to Faculty & Staff.  See this FAQ for information on requesting a license.

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