Hey everyone ZOOM is probably the easiest tool to use to achieve online presentations & meetings. And they have "How to use" webinars and videos on their website that are super helpful and easy to digest. After attending a free 15-minute webinar from their training staff it took me less than an hour to get super comfortable with how to use the platform.
You got this. Doing online presentations is a much-needed skillset during this unprecedented time.
Clark,www.charlotteptg.com has been exploring with doing live streams of technicals. We have evolved into the following protocols:
Step 1: Keep topics simple, focused, and small (No more than 40 minutes of material) any time we do more than this we come away thinking we should have done less.Step 2: Have a $30 lapel mic
Step 3: Use Zoom and if possible put a $60 webcam on a $10 tripod. We also invested in a $40 USB3 Extention cord so the camera/tripod could move more freely around the room without having to reposition the laptop.
We also instituted a peer review process that has helped to raise the quality of the material being presented (It also made it more of a community effort).