Lecturing at home | MIT Technology Review

Jacob White, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was invited by Dean of Digital Learning Krisha Rajagopal to share the details of his teaching-from-home set up with the Academic Continuity Working Group. In this short video during one of the ACWG’s 8 a.m. calls, he walks through how he devised a makeshift lecture hall…Continue reading “Lecturing at home | MIT Technology Review”

The Virtual Keynote Speaker: 5 Best Practices, 5 Pitfalls For Virtual Keynotes, Webinars, Remote Training And Elearning

A customer experience keynote speaker and customer service trainer discusses the COVID-19 pivot to virtual keynotes and webinar hosting, as well as to delivering customer service training digitally with the co-founder of Executive Speakers Bureau, Richard Schelp, a 15-year veteran of this business. — Read on http://www.forbes.com/sites/micahsolomon/2020/05/27/5-best-practices–5-kiss-of-death-warnings-for-keynote-speakers-pivoting-to-virtual-presentations-webinars-remote-training–elearning/

Photos: The 54 coolest virtual backgrounds to use in Zoom meetings – TechRepublic

These days it seems that nearly everyone is working remotely, and the cool new trend is to have a virtual background for your Zoom meetings and to have a better background than everyone else. Here’s how to win that game. — Read on http://www.techrepublic.com/pictures/photos-the-41-coolest-virtual-backgrounds-to-use-in-zoom-meetings/