Resources for Creating Virtual Spaces
I’m so glad you were able to join me for the Creative Engaging Virtual Spaces training sponsored by the UW Office of Undergraduate Advising. As promised, below are several resources for you to help you lead awesome online experiences.
Please reach out if you want to talk about 1:1 coaching/mentoring for you and/or your team.
Watch the full webinar here on YouTube.
Click here to watch most of the webinar on Zoom (and see chat and the transcript).
Where to Learn More
Leading Engaging Virtual Meetings Online Course – next group starts the week of May 4, 2020.
9 Tips for 9 Engaging Virtual Meetings – 9 facilitators. 9 ideas. 9 minutes.
Free Webinar: Virtual Facilitation Q&A
Free Webinar: 10+ Activity Tips and Ideas
Use this form to request additional training from UW Office of Undergraduate Advising
Activities and Tools
Shared Google Doc – this is the document we used in the webinar to generate 40 ideas in 2-3 minutes. Google Drive tools are great for collaborative work.
Jamboard by Google – Free, simple Post-it Note tool. Here’s the Word Circle Jamboard we used.
Book: The 25-Minute Meeting by Donna McGeorge
Word Circles – Many more word circles and other activities from Chris Cavert
Flippity.net with quizzes, game shows, randomizers, flash cards, etc. The possibilities are endless!
Mural.co – robust collaboration tool that can be used like a large white board in a classroom. It does take some effort and time to learn to use this well. It’s not the type of tool you’ll just spend 20 minutes before a meeting figuring out. We will touch on this in Level 2 of the Leading Engaging Virtual Meetings course.
Free Bingo Cards – I haven’t used these yet, but they look fun!