This week, two of our faculty members graciously volunteered to share their favorite webconferencing platforms for teaching: Webex Teams (Fanny Silvestri) and Zoom (Marie Huntsinger).
This week we followed up on last week's Webex Breakout Sessions by investigating activities and strategies (with a heavy emphasis on the use of Google Jamboard) for small groups in Webex! This 33-minute video contains ideas and resources so that you and your students can get the most out of Breakout Sessions.
This week in LOL, we collectively made our first foray into Webex Breakout Sessions! As this feature has only been "live" for Maricopa Webex Meetings for about 2 weeks, there are still some questions we may not immediately have the answers to - but if you do have questions after watching the video, be sure to use the "LOL Suggestion Box" form to let us know, and we'll try to find the answer(s).
There were some updates (dare I say, improvements...?) to Webex in the last few days, and your faithful CTLA staff are working hard to create resources that will bring you up to speed on the new features that are available! But for today, I just wanted to help with one existing feature that looks a little different this week - the "mute/unmute" buttons!
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