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==Etiquette and Best Practices==
 
==Etiquette and Best Practices==
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Here are some general guidelines when attending an online meeting.
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===Tips for Meeting Attendees===
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#Mute your Microphone - To help keep background noise to a minimum, make sure you mute your microphone when you are not speaking.
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#Be mindful of background noise - When your microphone is not muted, avoid creating additional noise such as shuffling papers.
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#Position your camera properly - Be mindful of the camera position and try to get it at eye level if possible. Doing this helps create a more direct sense of engagement with other participants.
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#Limit distractions - You can make it easier to focus on your meeting if you turn off notifications. In Teams, if you set your availability to '''Do Not Disturb''', you will not get pop up notifications.
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#Avoid Multi-tasking - You'll retain the discussion better and be more engaged if you refrain from replying to emails or text messaging during the meeting.
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#Prepare materials in advance - If you are planning on sharing content during the meeting, make sure you have the documents or links ready to go before the meeting begins.
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===Tips for Presenters and Hosts===
  
 
==Comparing the Different Options==
 
==Comparing the Different Options==

Revision as of 10:30, 30 July 2020

Platforms Currently Offered for Online Meetings

We currently have licenses with Zoom, Webex, and Microsoft Teams.

Etiquette and Best Practices

Here are some general guidelines when attending an online meeting.

Tips for Meeting Attendees

  1. Mute your Microphone - To help keep background noise to a minimum, make sure you mute your microphone when you are not speaking.
  2. Be mindful of background noise - When your microphone is not muted, avoid creating additional noise such as shuffling papers.
  3. Position your camera properly - Be mindful of the camera position and try to get it at eye level if possible. Doing this helps create a more direct sense of engagement with other participants.
  4. Limit distractions - You can make it easier to focus on your meeting if you turn off notifications. In Teams, if you set your availability to Do Not Disturb, you will not get pop up notifications.
  5. Avoid Multi-tasking - You'll retain the discussion better and be more engaged if you refrain from replying to emails or text messaging during the meeting.
  6. Prepare materials in advance - If you are planning on sharing content during the meeting, make sure you have the documents or links ready to go before the meeting begins.

Tips for Presenters and Hosts

Comparing the Different Options