Blue Jeans is a videoconferencing service currently being piloted at Northwestern. Through this pilot period (until May 2016), all faculty, staff, and students with a valid NetID will have access to the Blue Jeans tool.
Log in to Blue Jeans
Log in to Blue Jeans with your NetID at northwestern.bluejeans.com
- SESP Quick Start Guide
- Blue Jeans Getting Started Guide – more complete guide, including advanced conferencing options, video sharing, and more.
- NUIT Blue Jeans Guide – more information about the Blue Jeans pilot at Northwestern, including restrictions on regulated data
- Video Guides – a collection of video resources from Blue Jeans
Can participants outside of Northwestern join a Blue Jeans meeting?
Yes! Only the meeting host needs to be affiliated with NU and have an account. Once a meeting room is created, anyone can join the meeting.
Can I record a meeting? How do I access the recordings?
Yes! The meeting host can start and stop recording from within the meeting or set it to auto-record.
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