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Hi all- I've got some work coming up with a client where I am delivering some live online learning content online using Zoom. Obviously I want to deliver the highest quality experience possible so what would you suggest from a hardware perspective. Current setup includes 2 screens, laptop with built in webcam and good broadband but is there anything else I should be considering?
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Remote Learning Virtual Conference
Free event: Live 3-day event in November 2020 hosted by Sprout Labs in Australia.
18th November 8am UK time is Mike running a session on "the what, why and when of live online producers" and 10am that day Jo is talking about "how to read a virtual audience you can't see".
The Role of a Producer in Virtual Training
Free event (with voucher code): 12th Dec, 2pm-4pm UK time. You can attend Producing Effective L&D Training for free if you choose Friends of Jo and use the code: lightbulb
Jo reveals how best to integrate a producer into your virtual delivery. It will be an interactive session, so lots of time for questions.
Power Up Your Skills
Paid event:The POWER UP Your Skills Virtual Fall Conference 2020 is from ATD Pikes Peak (Colorado, USA) with a number of speakers across two (UK) evenings.
Jo is speaking about tips on how to facilitate fantastic virtual classrooms!