Advanced registration is required. 

Apr 22, 2020 11:00 AM

During this unprecedented time when many of us are working from home and in social isolation, we are learning how vitally important it is to stay connected and to find ways to have meaningful human interaction.

Zoom meetings and webinars are becoming more and more common and in fact, for many of us, our work life now features zoom meetings all day long with colleagues and zoom meetings at night and during the weekends with family and friends.

Zoom is not actually a meeting tool but a tool for human interaction that is not particularly efficient but remarkably effective. There are features that you may not know about that could make it an even more effective tool for you to use.

What is the difference between a meeting and a webinar and how do you know which one you need?  Do you feel comfortable setting up meetings? Do you know how to register participants and host or co-host? How to share slides/powerpoint decks? Poll your participants?

All this and more case examples will be discussed at a special “Ask an Expert” session presented by Michael Griffith, Director of Instructional & Learning Technologies for the College of Education at UA.

This is a complimentary program of CFSA’s Center for Healthy Nonprofits. Advance registration is required.

Michael Griffith is the director of instructional and learning technologies at the University of Arizona’s College of Education.  As an instructional designer and lead technologist for the College, he works with faculty to improve student engagement and outcomes for online and telepresent courses.  He is responsible for the fourteen Zoom-capable classrooms and eighteen telepresence robots used in the college each day.  Mike has taught undergraduate courses in Web development and Human Computer Interaction for UArizona and robotics to K-12 teachers for the STEMAZing Project at the Pima County School Superintendent’s office.

Register in advance for this meeting here.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.