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Teaching with Technology Survival Camp 2021

Mark your calendar for an upcoming four-day boot camp designed to assist faculty in preparing for online and technology-enhanced courses. Sponsored by VCU Online and Academic Technologies, the boot camp — in Canvas and on Zoom — will include morning sessions August 17th – August 20th, 2021 on topics including, but not limited to:  Creating […]

A Guide to Better-Looking (and Sounding) Zoom Meetings

Zoom makes it easy to run video conferences without having to be an A/V expert, but there’s still lots of ways for things to go wrong, from bad lighting to unflattring camera angles to muffled audio. To help you navigate these issues and starting Zooming like a pro, we’ve assembled a guide for better looking […]

Answering Your Security Questions

We had a few questions during the “Securing Your Zoom Meetings” webinar that we weren’t able to address in real time. Rather than respond to everyone individually via e-mail, I thought it might be helpful to post my responses here, as a supplement to the recording posted earlier. So let’s get to it: Question: Is […]

View the Webinar: Securing Your Zoom Meetings

Thanks to everyone who attended our seminar on best practices for securing your Zoom meetings. It was great to be able to share some tips, review some features and take your questions. If you were unable to attend, the recording is now available for viewing. If you did view the webinar but were just interested […]