This mini-course covers what you need to use Zoom.us for online dance classes--plus a heaping helping of hard-earned secrets
Simple. Concise. Deep.
What you'll learn
- Equipment (everything you need to do the job)
- Setup and Workflow (how to organize and position your equipment)
- Maximizing Zoom Settings (including sound and visuals)
- Using Zoom (meeting setup and in-meeting options)
- The Recording (how to make it sing)
- Tips for Online Classes
- Hosting Online Events
- Your questions answered!
This class is fast and rich. It covers all the basics, plus my secrets for in-meeting success and vital info for editing your recordings.
You can do the whole thing in less than an hour and a half. There is about 15-20 minutes of reading and six video walk-throughs totaling only tan an hour. Solid information.
I've been teaching live online dance classes since 2016. I have spent the many hours with tech support needed to put out a decent product with the least amount of fuss and financial investment.
Now you can, too.
I love this course! It is so accessible.
It is easy to sign up for and to follow. It is manageable and has a combo of words and videos. I like the embedded links to article and shopping. I like that you want our feedback and you are available to answer questions:).
I love the casual tone as if you are just talking to a friend. Plus, I love that you call it a mini-course and say how long it takes. These things matter to me ;)
- Felicia Darling PhD, Author of "Teachin' It! Breakout Moves that Break Down Barriers for Community College Students"
Alia Thabit (she/her), a Levantine-American artist, writer, and guide, celebrates belly dance's cultural ideals of feeling, playfulness, and joy. An international and online instructor with decades of experience, Alia has designed and taught online classes at the college level since 2004. She is the author of Midnight at the Crossroads, a book about the heart and soul of belly dance. Come find your soul at BellyDanceSoul.com