I know, I know. You’re totally video-conferenced out. The last thing you want to be thinking of is what you’re going to do next tear. But, you know, maybe now’s the best time to explore these things. Before you absolutely, positively have to.
Zoom is announcing an expanded live events product today that’s launching this summer. Zoom Events builds on Zoom’s previous paid event marketplace, OnZoom, by layering in features that can support larger multiday events and non-video activities like chat.
Zoom says it’s still building out Zoom Events in the lead up to its launch, but as it stands, it’s both a rebranding of the more small-business focused OnZoom, with new features that serve Zoom’s original pre-pandemic customers — enterprise companies. Like OnZoom, with a paid Zoom Meetings or Zoom Webinar license you’ll be able to host live events, organize them in a hub, sell tickets, and track stats like ticket sales or attendance.
For many of us, in class presentations have given way to recorded videos. Here’s some free software available to your students.
It’s been well over a year and the likelihood is that we’ll still be working from home for a while yet. Rather than just making do perhaps it’s time to think how best to organise ourselves for this.
At Nozbe, we all work from home on a regular basis. We don’t have a physical office at all. Throughout all these #nooffice years, we’ve learned how to be the most productive while working remotely.
Work-from-home as the ultimate solution
Companies across the world are already encouraging more and more people to work from home. Businesses’ and employees’ daily routines don’t have to be hindered by switching to a home office system. Working from home in many cases can be even more effective than working in a shared office space, where people often work in noisy, open spaces and are constantly interrupted.
Our best tips for working from home
Here are our top guidelines for working from home and making the most of it.
Need to make the cursor easier to see during online learning? Kevin Stratvert explains how.
In this step-by-step tutorial video, learn how to highlight your mouse cursor to make it easier for your audience to follow your mouse movements and clicks.
The two options that I feature in this video are entirely free. Highlighting your mouse pointer is especially valuable during presentations, demos, remote teaching, and screen recording. Follow along to find out how to make this work on Windows 7, 8, and 10.
At the end, I also show you how to turn on mouse highlighting within OBS or Open Broadcaster Software.
It’s always nice to get new qualifications. Almost makes Monday mornings bearable.
Adobe for Education have a YouTube channel with helpful teaching videos both for Adobe products but also for creativity generally.
A good idea deserves to be shared with the world, in whichever media will make the most impact. Whether it’s a video, a website, posters, flyers, t-shirts, an app, or a social media campaign. We believe that when students learn to express themselves in any medium, they’ll find their voice. They’ll find new ways to make an impact, in school and beyond. The students of today are the ones with the new ideas, for whatever challenges come next. So let’s give students the chance to create a better word. Subsc
A step-by-step tutorial on 12 PowerPoint New Features. These include PowerPoint tips on using PowerPoint Live in Microsoft Teams, presenting directly from PowerPoint into Teams, Convert Word to PowerPoint, Auto Fix, PowerPoint for Mac updates and lots more. This is the modern and AI-infused PowerPoint, so check it out and learn the latest and greatest for Microsoft PowerPoint. This is not your parents’ PowerPoint!