You may want to launch into your most difficult task first. But if this feels intimidating, start with the quick, simple jobs.
Use focussed tasks to turn editing from a fuzzy, depressing process into a proactive, task-based operation with clear goals.
When re-designing workshops for online delivery, I try to exploit the auditory and visual potential of the platform to enhance what I’m communicating.
Use your Zoom workshops to create space for dialogue, for sharing experiences, and for building relationships with others facing the same challenges.
If you’re studying online for longer than usual, take some five-minute breathers that will give your mind a break and might even lead to great ideas.
Learning and teaching online isn’t just about moving a face-to-face workshop to Zoom.