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How to livestream google hangouts meet sessions

As the coronavirus pandemic persists, video chatting is one of the only opportunities for people and companies to retain face-to-face contact. It’s a form of communication that doesn’t require physical contact.
It’s pretty simple: go to Hangouts (not Hangouts Meet) and click on it. There’s a difference! ), send your friends the connection to the chat, or invite them to the app on their tablet, and you’re done! You’ve got a free video call!
Hangouts is useful for a small community, in my view. It got a little crazy once we got to five callers, with several people talking over each other at the same time, so you would have to tell everyone to mute and take turns (which isn’t as much fun!). However, you can add spice to a conversation by using emojis and GIFs in the chat.
Since it’s designed for business meetings, some of the fun features you can add to Hangouts aren’t available (though there is one cool feature I’ll get to in a minute). For larger groups, however, I found it to be a little simpler and more coordinated. Although there is a free choice, it is restricted to up to 100 people and meetings are limited to 40 minutes, so if you don’t want to pay anything, you may have to have a virtual Happy Three-Quarters-of-an-Hour. The Pro choice costs $14.99 a month after that. The Business ($19.99 per month) plan accommodates up to 300 people, while the Enterprise ($19.99 per month with a minimum of 50 hosts) plan accommodates up to 500.

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Value, expertise, and information serve as the currency or social resource that allows virtual societies to flourish. Members of a virtual community’s relationships appear to concentrate on knowledge sharing about particular topics. As a result, the most common social networks are usually accessible in multiple languages and enable users to communicate with friends or people from all over the world, regardless of geography, politics, or economics.
It has also been noted that what separates virtual communities from their physical equivalents is the degree and effect of “weak connections,” which are the impersonal relationships established by acquaintances or strangers to access information via online networks.

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“I liked that the kids had questions written ahead of time, so there were no uncomfortable moments as kids struggled to think of questions while the writers sat twiddling their thumbs on the other side of the screen,” says Lindsay Cummings, author of the Murder Complex. Fortunately, that did not occur :)”
“Both Skype and in-person visits are excellent. Skype visits have the obvious benefit of being versatile for both the author and the educator, and are a perfect way to squeeze in a fast inspiring visit into a busy school day. However, I will still prefer in-person visits because they make for a more natural interaction between myself and the students! I enjoy handing out “props”–my first stories, typed edit letters, and so on–and having that personal connection. As simple as video chats are, when there’s a screen between you and your audience, something special is lost!”
I stated in my TLA Takeaway post that authors like Chris Barton and John Rocco might teach me more about research processes.
Since our students were researching a Greek God/Goddess and then writing their own fictional story from the character’s point of view, I figured an expert like Chris Barton could teach them a lot!
Plus, students sometimes struggle with writing after conducting research, and I was concerned that they would struggle with combining fact and fiction to tell their own story, and Chris is a fantastic storyteller.
I had students create questions for our talk at the end of our study on Wednesday, then asked Mrs. Wilson if her students could read one of Barton’s stories from “Can I See Your I.D.” Thursday is the day to get ready.

Felipe massa live chat with fans on google hangouts

And while we’re on the subject of Rome, this keyhole image of the Vatican dome is known as the three States view: from Italy, through the lovely gardens of the Sovereign Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, Rhodes, and Malta, and finally to the Holy See. On a recent visit, I was astounded by the enormity of the order’s global humanitarian and development initiatives. Since their first hospitals in Palestine pre-date the Crusades, they have continued their work, mostly through volunteer support and donations, in many of the less socially fashionable locations and causes around the world, including ‘forgotten’ diseases including leprosy and alzheimers.
Finally, here’s some food for thought: Gerd Leonhard is one of the few people I follow who can really call himself a futurist. Here’s an usually mind-bending, well-researched take on digital integration and the media, as recommended by @stephendale.

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