Microsoft Teams is a collaboration tool. It is a way to invite everyone you work with to chat, meet, call, and work together all in one place, no matter where you are.

Augusta University personnel and students can access Microsoft Teams both on and off campus.  Guests and external participants can be invited to a scheduled meeting, but external accounts can't be added to an actual team or channel in Teams.

Microsoft Teams is not integrated with Augusta University’s Brightspace LMS. To seamlessly add video conferencing and meeting capability to your courses you will need to use AU Enterprise Zoom account. 

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Teams is not to be used for the transmission fo patient data or for any clinical needs.

*Video can be viewed on a Chrome, Edge or Firefox browser for the best experience.  Safari will not support these videos as of a recent update to the macOS.

Frequently Asked Questions

I'd like to use Teams for a phone call or meeting.  What should I know?

See this helpful "quick start" guide on Teleconferencing in Teams.

How do I make sure everything is going to work for my call or meeting?  Is there a way to check?

Microsoft Teams has a handy built-in test call feature so that you can check everything and test in advance.  You can also work with your audio and video inputs during a current call or meeting.  See this helpful how-to guide to find out how to test connections and work with your inputs.

How many people can I meet with in a Teams web meeting?

You can meet with up to 250 participants in Microsoft Teams.