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Zoom How-To Workshops for Students on Friday, March 27

Dear AULA students,

As our community deals with the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak and we look ahead to the Spring quarter, I want to make sure every student feels prepared for our transition to remote and online instruction.

On Friday, March 27th, I will be hosting a series of workshops and drop-in sessions on Zoom for students. Check out this link for times and to RSVP.

This will be a space for you to test out and get used to this application, as well as ask questions or share your concerns. I will also go over some of the basics of our online course management system, Sakai. If you are interested in attending one of these online workshops, please RSVP here:

Remote Learning Workshop RSVP

If this will be your first time using Zoom, don’t worry! You can sign up for your free account following this step-by-step guide.

Please also be sure to check out the very helpful Emergency Remote Learning Guide for Students. This guide covers all the basics of signing up for a Zoom account, accessing and using Sakai sites, and many other helpful tips for adjusting to online learning.

If you have any questions or concerns about the technologies and requirements for your upcoming courses, please feel free to email me at [email protected].

Best,

Asa Wilder, MLIS
Reference and Instruction Librarian
Academic Technology Assistant
Antioch University Los Angeles

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