The award-winning FreeConferenceCall.com has always provided a high-quality, free conferencing service. To meet the requirements of our corporate customers, we created FreeConferenceCall.com For Business — all the same great features traditionally offered for free, but with managed services layered in to support businesses of all sizes.
In the immortal words of Dutch pop sensation, BZN, spring is in the air! And according to The Weather Company’s latest three-month outlook, it’s going to be a warm one — thanks to climate change. And while climate change is never good news, the extra sunshine could at least be good for your mental health.
By Edward Steinhauser
Use video conferencing for the classroom to create authentic, real-world situations for your students. There is so much more educators can do when we expand learning beyond our four walls, bringing the world to our students and our students to the world. Here are some ways you can use video conferencing for education:
The content below is an internal FreeConferenceCall.com email. No, we don’t usually post these. But this was just too good not to share. It’s a heartfelt reminder from our president, Joshua Lowenthal — a reminder that not only our team but every single one of us is acknowledged, respected, powerful and intelligent.
What’s the best hold music ever? At FreeConferenceCall.com, it definitely depends on who is doing the listening.
As Spin Magazine reported, if you’ve been waiting on a conference call anytime since 2004, chances are you’ve vibed to the “sweet, sweet sounds of New York Jazz Ensemble’s ‘Sunshine Soul.’”
January 31 is Inspire Your Heart with Art Day. According to MommyPoppins, there are all kinds of ways — and reasons — to celebrate. “Whether it’s written, painted, sculpted, or performed, art helps us feel, communicate, and make sense of life. Visit a local art gallery, take in a musical performance, or have an at-home poetry slam. Let children experiment with water colors, write a song, put on a dance show, or decorate a driveway with chalk art. Today is about celebrating creativity and the power of self-expression.”