Introduction

This article will explain how you can share PDFs during Live classes. If you’re using real-time, synchronous collaboration software to host your live classes, then in time, you’ll need to share PDFs or documents with the students during your live class. This is handy when you want to share a screenshot or something that can’t be shared via Google Docs, and YouTube Live which is not an option in ERP.

Go to the document sharing tab from the left menu bar during a live session.

  • Go to the document sharing tab from the left menu bar during a live session.
  • If you want to share it with your audience, you can upload the PDF file into this section.
  • The file will be uploaded successfully, and you will see a thumbnail on the screen.

You can share PDFs during live class in two ways. Use the upload button to upload the PDF file. Someone will upload the file, and you will see a thumbnail on the screen.

A PDF file can also be drag-and-dropped. 

If you want to delete an already uploaded PDF file, click on the cross button adjacent to it.

If you want to delete an already uploaded PDF file, click on the cross button adjacent to it. It will be removed from your system, and you can upload a new one in its place.

To delete the file from your computer:

  • Go to My Profile page by clicking here
  • Click on ‘My Files’ at the top of this page (see screenshot below). A list of all files uploaded by you will appear in front of you (see screenshot below).
  • Click on ‘Delete’ next to each file name that was previously uploaded by you but wants to be removed now or later (see screenshot above)

Sharing PDF or any other file during live class is easy if you follow these tips.

Sharing your PDF during a live class is essential and valuable. You can use the following examples of this feature:

  • You can share the same PDF with everyone in the room or send different versions to people who need them LMS. For example, if you have a plan at the top of your slides, you can share different versions of that single page, so each attendee gets precisely what they need.
  • If someone asks a question during a session and you want to refer back to something in your presentation, later on, sharing that file before answering will allow others in the room to access it without having had time for themselves. As a result, they can watch or read along at their own pace instead of waiting for another person’s turn with shared files (which may take long enough for others’ needs).

Conclusion

During live classes, unlike a typical online class, you have to create a secure community where learners can easily share educational material and discuss it with each other. The good thing about live classes is that students can watch training videos, and based on their feedback, the instructor can update the course to make it more learner-friendly. Hope this blog post was helpful.  Don’t forget to share your feedback.