5 Guidelines to Keep Virtual Meetings on Track, Inclusive and Engaging
by: Renee Rubin Ross
What has been your biggest technology disaster this year?
By now, most of us have heard about the lawyer who couldn’t turn his cat “filter” off on a Zoom court hearing, so he appeared in virtual court as a cat.
I’m sure we each have stories like this. I was reminded of this recently at the first evening of the online course in Grant Proposal Writing:
Our 15 working adult students logged onto Zoom and were welcomed into our shared virtual classroom. Each student signed into the collaborative Google document to indicate that they were in attendance. I was about to talk through the syllabus and course objectives.