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SEVEN RULES OF ZOOM MEETING ETIQUETTE FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL. July 20, 2020 Michael Byers Here’s a fantastic piece by MICHAEL BYERS for The Wall Street Journal that all you Zoomers need to pay attention to.


The article is called in the Life & Arts Section is called: “Seven Rules of Zoom Meeting Etiquette From the Pros: No more dogs, chips or ‘lurkers’—as video-conferencing becomes a fixture in working life, it’s time to shed the rookie moves.” These are truly spot on! Amazing illos by Michael to go along with the rules. And check out the WSJ link as they animated his pieces as well & look awesome. Here are a few rules from the pros. Don’t Be Late. 123apps – Free Web Apps. Virus and malware removal instructions, PC security.

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See the World While Social Distancing With These Virtual Tours

Additionally, many travel plans have been canceled for the foreseeable future, leaving the feelings of wanderlust more intense than usual. While many still have to work from home, the question remains: What to do with the free time available when trips to the movies, a museum or the theater are out of the question? Here is a list of museums and other popular tourist attractions that have entire collections or performances available online. You can also get a bird's-eye view of some of the world's most beautiful sights. From India's Taj Mahal to the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., and the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, there are many opportunities to explore culture around the world from the comfort and safety of your home. You can also get a bird's-eye view of some of the world's most beautiful sights.

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How Design Thinking Works. Design Thinking is a buzz phrase that has been thrown around companies for many years now.

How Design Thinking Works

It is not a new concept but there are still many large companies that are yet to embrace this modern day mindset and methodology. To put it simply, Design Thinking is a human-centred approach to problem-solving. But how is Design Thinking any different from the way companies have always approached problem-solving? The differences between the traditional approach and Design Thinking are highlighted in the table below.

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Support for the Supporters: Staying Current with the Latest Tech

Keep learning! There is no better way to ensure tech is being used efficiently than through an approach of continuous professional development. Below is a sampling of ways you can do this collaboratively and continuously without spending a fortune. YouTube and other video-sharing sites provide many crowd-sourced tutorials for supporting Google Apps for Education (GAFE) implementation, configuring active directories by department, student information system customizations, and much more. Reviewing teacher-specific uses of innovative technologies on these sites may provide more concrete examples of implications for teaching and learning.

As you find new online content to these offerings, begin to curate these resources so that new staff members have access to relevant and effective learning opportunities. One surefire approach to a PLC format can be found in TechTalks. What do your vendors provide? Dr. . ■ Provide ongoing support.


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