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Zoom Training

Whether you’ll be on campus or remote, Zoom will still be an important tool this semester. Yes, we’ve all come a long way with our use of Zoom. But, sometimes it’s good to go back and review the basics. From scheduling a meeting to launching breakout rooms, we’re going to discuss it all. Session Learning…

Discovering the new Zoom Apps

Have you happened to notice a new icon on your Zoom meeting toolbar? What is this “Zoom Apps” thing and how do I use it? No, your eyes are not deceiving you, Zoom has once again updated their software and has provided us with some new meeting tools. This session will be a choose-your-own-BR discovery…

Discovering the New Zoom Apps

Have you happened to notice a new icon on your Zoom meeting toolbar? What is this “Zoom Apps” thing and how do I use it? No, your eyes are not deceiving you, Zoom has once again updated their software and has provided us with some new meeting tools. This session will be a choose-your-own-BR discovery…

CETL Mania: Zoom Advanced

You have accomplished Zoom Basics, and now you’re wondering: “What’s Next?”  In this session we will continue with our Zoom training and introduce you to some of the more advanced features:   Use and share the White Board Minimize background distractions using the Virtual Background feature. Take attendance with Zoom. Share best practices when preparing…

CETL Mania: Zoom Basics

Join this special CETL Session and learn how Zoom can be used as an alternative method for online course delivery. Session Learning Objectives: Recognize the Zoom Pro Account interface used at WesternU Create, schedule, join and start a Zoom meeting Learn how to operate Zoom’s web conferencing capabilities.     CETL Mania is an all-day…

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Webinar: How to Create Active and Engaging Learning Experiences with Zoom Breakout Rooms

Zoom’s breakout rooms provide a unique opportunity to learn to create active and engaging learning experiences for students. Join Contact North | Contact Nord’s Research Associate, Dr. Ron Owston, who describes how educators can: • Move beyond holding ineffective, unstructured breakout room discussions • Create distinctive breakout room roles for students to promote active participation…