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Last chance to present your GRUEN designs: June 13 / 14

 
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Last chance to present your GRUEN designs: June 13 / 14
by Brant Knützen - Tuesday, 9 June 2020, 4:38 AM
 

Hello GRUEN participants!

Because our Sunday presentations ran over 3 hours long, a couple of teams who were scheduled did not get to present: Group 10 (Ryan) and Group 11 (Shresha).

If these teams, or any others that have not presented yet, would like to present this weekend (June 13/14), I have set up a new poll to record your choice of a date/time.

It is not required, but I encourage all groups to present their design in a web conference, to share their ideas with other groups.  Presenting in a web conference also allows the presentation to be recorded, and then later the video could be uploaded to YouTube to archive your production.

You can create a slideshow, video, or website (or combinations) of any length, but your presentation should be about 10 - 15 minutes in length, with about 5 minutes of Q&A afterwards.   At 15 minutes I will give you a time warning, and at 20 minutes I will cut off the presentation.

The web conferences will start AN HOUR EARLIER than the usual time in the afternoon / evening: 3pm in Spain, 6pm in Pakistan, 6:30pm in India, 6:45pm in Nepal, and 9pm in Hong Kong / Singapore.

All GRUEN participants are welcome to attend these optional conferences and participate in the Q & A afterwards!  

Remember, keep your questions constructive: try to help socially construct knowledge!

We will start in the main Adobe Connect room, at: https://gruen.adobeconnect.com/main/

Groups can present in the Adobe Connect room, or they can set up their own free Zoom meeting.

Note: I recommend that you set up your Zoom meetings without a Waiting Room, and without a password.

We will just share the link to the next presentation in chat, and then all go there together.

Students can login using their phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop PCs or Macs.

I recommend a VOIP headset, or at least ear buds if you want to hear clearly, and to avoid any echos if you want to use voice

Best wishes for your success!

Brant

GRUEN workshop moderator & technical facilitator