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Is social distancing testing your boredom? You've completed your to-do list, did your homework, finished your chores, and got tired of social media. You've got seemingly endless time to kill and don't really want to browse Instagram for the next couple of hours. So, what can you do? You don't want to feel like you've just wasted away the day and do nothing productive.
Grief is something that will affect almost everybody at some point in their lives. When a friend or family member passes away, it takes a while to adjust and get back to normal life.
It’s been a few weeks since we’ve been asked to distance ourselves from our friends, colleagues and loved ones due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Many claim that online meetings feel cold and un-engaging, but there are ways to create a better user-experience in your Zoom meeting by thinking beyond simple teleconferencing.
If you’re prepared for each meeting with an agenda and/or classroom instruction and you’d like to take a poll, simply set one up prior to the meeting directly in Zoom. It’s easy to do and you’re able to share the results with participants during the meeting and download the results.
Zoom has become the virtual meeting platform of choice for thousands of people due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re new to Zoom, or virtual meetings in general, the idea of online meetings can be overwhelming for us who’ve never worked or taken classes from home.