**Teams is an excellent tool for small student meetings, online office hours, and one-way webinars. It is less well-suited for live classes, primarily because MS Teams does not offer breakout rooms, nor does it allow students to raise their hands.**
Microsoft Teams Meetings sessions can now be created from directly within Quercus courses for online/remote course delivery. This allows instructors to quickly enable remote learning for students by creating an audio or video meeting from Quercus. Microsoft Teams Meetings can be created using the Rich Content Editor in Announcements, Assignments, Discussions, Pages, Classic Quizzes, and the Calendar.
In the Rich Content Editor, click on the down arrow to display the menu options, and click on the Microsoft Teams Meetings icon.
When Microsoft Teams Meetings is opened from the Rich Content Editor.
Sign in by clicking the Sign in button . You may be prompted to log in to Microsoft Office 365 with your University of Toronto email address.
Create a conference link by clicking the Create meeting link button .
Note: You may need to periodically log in to Microsoft if you are adding multiple links to Quercus (Canvas).
Enter a meeting title , date , and time 
Click Create 
View the confirmation that your meeting was created .
To join the meeting, click the Join Microsoft Teams Meeting link . To manage meeting options, click the Meeting options link . NOTE: see View Meeting options below for more information.
To add a meeting link to the Rich Content Editor, click the Copy button .
View the options for your meeting. To determine who can bypass the meeting lobby, select an option from the Who can bypass the lobby? drop-down menu . This option can be set to:
To determine who can present, select an option from the Who can present? drop-down menu . This option can be set to:
To save your options, click the Save button .
The Microsoft Teams Meetings session link will display in the area where it was added to your Quercus course.