Over the last six months, use of video calling platforms like Zoom has skyrocketed.
People who have never used video-conferencing before are using it frequently, and people who used video-conferencing only occasionally are using it constantly.
And we’re getting better at it. We don’t need to be told “you’re on mute” every single time now. We’ve worked out that we don’t look good sitting in front of a big open window. We can hear and be heard.
But often, it all goes to pieces when we start trying to share our screen. It’s clumsy, it’s fiddly and – crucially – we lose one of the main benefits of video calling: our face gets shrunk down to a little postage stamp.
But – with a bit of effort and a couple of extra bits of software, you can share material in a much more fluid, dynamic way and you can maintain your presence in the meeting.
Setting this up by yourself can be a bit tricky at first, but in this workshop, we’re going to talk you through everything you need to do, step-by-step.
Every time we deliver training using this system, somebody wants to know how we’re doing it.
On this workshop, we’ll show you.
NOTE: You must be working on a computer where you are allowed to download additional software. If your IT policy prevents you from doing this, do not book your place until you have resolved that issue.