Zoom Into Fall: Demystifying Breakout Rooms

Monday, November 23, 2020 - 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location

Remote

Cost / Admission
Free - Register at the link below
Contact

Office of Academic Innovation

Join us for a special session of the Zoom In where we tackle the Breakout Room and all of their unique features. This session will begin with an overview of Breakout Rooms and a walkthrough of how to use them. The second part of the session will be a hands on opportunity to explore different configurations of breakout rooms and get some practice using them.

 

Tips for joining this session:

 

- Please update your client to version 5.3 available here

 

- You are welcome to join any way you like, however, some features of Breakout Rooms are limited for ChromeOS and the website version of Zoom; if you're able to join a different way you will get a better experience.

 

 

This workshop will be recorded. Recordings of this and other fall OAI events can be found here.

 

Register Here

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