Re: Hybrid In-Person and Virtual Meeting Setup Procedure? #meet #zoom


Louise Smith
 

We are still "in process."  Several classes have now installed big screens and I suspect this class will also.  We have great technical expertise with one retired EE professor and one Asst Dean of EE as class members!!!

I am going to be MOST interested in what our Senior University does after this fall session.  EVERYONE is asking for hybrid - - but I suspect they may end up "recording" and posting the recordings online.  You can't ask questions of the recording, but you can view and get the information.

I think our whole "world" of how we conduct meetings is going change because of ZOOM!

Louise Smith


On Tue, Jun 29, 2021 at 4:41 PM Alan Katsura, Moderator, CA Diablo Valley Chapter <akatsura@...> wrote:
Hi Louise

Thank you for all the good info. Everyone says the audio quality is more important than video. You can continue a meeting without video - hard to do without audio. I think all of our chapters use the meeting format. It is less formal and allows for a better engaging session. Many chapters have social time either before or after their meetings - hard to do in webinar format. It will be important for chapters to take inventory of their resources, including the facility you use. Something to consider for your Sunday school situation - do you have access to a portable projector and screen? You should be able to output the video from a laptop and have a projector throw it up on the screen. It is the same process used to present a PowerPoint. If there is captioning in the virtual platform, it should also display, so your in-person attendees will have access to the captions.
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Alan Katsura
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