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Zoom Skilz

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Collected here are some skills which are good to know when using Zoom Meeting.
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Collected here are some skills which are good to develop for using Zoom Meeting.
 
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Probably the most important thing you can do is this: Every time you visit a setting or preference, spend a few additional moments to consider other available preferences and settings. You may discover something else of immediate value. Furthermore, the back of your mind will be introduced to capabilities and you will be primed to find them in the future.
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Probably the most important skill is this: Every time you visit a setting or preference, spend a few additional moments to consider other available preferences and settings. You may discover something else of immediate value. Furthermore, the back of your mind will be seeded with capabilities ready to germinate into new growth of ways to use Zoom Meeting.
  Zoom is an evolving tool. Descriptions here are useful distinctions and goal oriented tasks rather than detailed recipes. Details are subject to change.

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For preparation of Course Materials

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  1. Record videos and perform minor edits to them such as cutting the beginning and the end (on Mac: QuickTime is simple to use, you can use Kaltura but saving edits is lengthy).
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  1. Record videos and perform minor edits to them such as cutting the beginning and the end (on Mac: QuickTime is simple to use, you can use Kaltura but saving edits is lengthy).
 
  1. Know where to upload your materials in Canvas.
  2. Use Kaltura to upload videos. Kaltura is integrated into Canvas, Students do not need to download the Video and Kaltura helps assure conformance with Copyright and FIRPA rules.
 
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