The first one filled up almost immediately. And the second one? You didn't even hear about it because the overflow from Session I filled Session II.
Guess that means there's interest, so here's Session III.
Online - Monday 6 April 2020
12 to 1 pm Eastern Time
Zoom is really easy to use. Sometimes, a little too easy. Zoom conferencing can be a slippery slope to instant Internet infamy: mates appearing as surprise underwear models, kids and animals streaking through your presentation, or the sound of flushing in the background.
Used well, it also facilities remote work and play.
This session will provide a brief overview of how Zoom works, evaluate your Zoom 'look and feel', and pass on some pro tips.
Catherine spent more than 35 years at CBC TV as a reporter, producer, shooter, video editor before retiring last fall. She began teaching mobile journalism at King's College in Halifax in January, and now leads her class via Zoom.
George is a former journalist who spent the past 25 years starting and running online companies, often with staff, clients and investors he's never met in person.
Maximum registration for this session: 20 members
(We will keep a waiting list to gauge interest a fourth session - and yes, more advanced training is in the works)