Outlines requirements and recommendations for your browser, internet connection, and device.
To use Virtual Classroom, you may need to ask your staff involved with integration to open certain firewall ports.
To ensure the best learning and training experience possible, please follow the requirements and recommendations below:
Desktop share within Virtual Classroom meetings is only fully supported within Chrome. In Firefox, you can share a single application window.
If you run into issues using Bongo, try (re)installing Chrome or Firefox, as your current browser may have too many add-ons or restrictions.
For more specific information about which browsers support which features, click here.
Virtual Classroom Meetings: at least 8 Mbps upload/download speed
If you want to check your network speed independently of a Video Assignment or Virtual Classroom Meeting, you can check here:
As a general rule, the better your internet connection, the better experience you will have.
If your connection is unstable/below the speeds recommended above, then use a wired connection or a stable wireless connection while uploading/recording.
Learn more about device compatibility here.
You must have a webcam and microphone working with your computer (most are built-in). If you don’t have a built-in webcam/mic, they can be purchased and plugged into your computer.
To find your mic/webcam settings, review your computer documentation.
On a mobile device, you can access Bongo through a browser.
At this time, the following features are not supported on mobile:
- Desktop share when recording videos within Individual Project and Group Project assignments, as well as in Virtual Classroom
You can also use an external video camera or mobile device to record and upload videos for Individual Project and Group Project (Q&A and Interactive Video responses must be recorded within the assignment).
The maximum video file size is 20GB. Please note that the larger your file size, the longer uploading and processing times will take - especially if you have a poor internet connection.