There has been a lot of buzz about Zoom meetings. In many households, it has become an everyday term in describing how someone was going to go about their work or school day, or meet with family or friends.
With the holiday season here, many families may be opting to connect through Zoom rather than having the large family gathering.
If you are one of those who would like to learn how to be a part of a Zoom meeting, whether for educational purposes or just for fun with others, a hands-on practice session is being offered through Southwind Extension District.
Barbara Stockebrand, Southwind District Agent will be offering two opportunities for a little experience with the Zoom program format.
The sessions will take place December 8 at 10:30 a.m. and December 10 at 3:30 p.m. Both sessions will cover the same information.
Participants can register for either session by calling 620-625-8620 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Sessions will be limited to six participants each.
Participants need to have an email address as well as a laptop or desktop with a web cam, or an iPad or smartphone. Instructions will be sent prior to the sessions on how to download the app. If responses require more sessions, we will be glad to set them up!
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