There are several ways to send content to your students on Cambly. Before or after a chat, you can send any links or attachments via the Cambly messaging system. You can paste links from published online resources or upload your own files to a cloud service (e.g. Google Docs, Dropbox, etc.) and share a public link with your students.
Prior to a chat, you can also upload your own lessons to Cambly's Library (be sure to upload an image file as well; this will be the thumbnail image that is shown to all tutors along with the title.
During a chat, you have a few more options:
- you can send links via the text chat box (when students click the link, their screen will automatically be split between your video feed and the new article; tutors can open the link in a new tab/window to follow along)
- you can send an article that's already in your Cambly Library (click on a title to automatically send it to the student; tutors can open the link in a new tab/window to follow along)
- if the student's system allows it and if you've downloaded the Chrome plugin mentioned here, you can choose the option to screen-share. This allows you to work with materials displayed on your computer screen.