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Aired June 25th
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The majority of online learning experiences are now happening via Zoom. With more time and experience utilizing the platform, educators can benefit from best practices which have been uncovered in the process.

Gaining an understanding of best practices on Zoom is essential for student retention during these times. With greater awareness of Zoom tools, higher-ed professionals can make online learning more engaging and accessible to today’s students.

Watch now to learn:

  • Best teaching practices to implement on Zoom
  • Online learning challenges and how to overcome them
  • Accessibility requirements to be aware of for online learning
  • How to engage distracted students learning online with interactive tools

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Meet our Speakers

Mahsa Abadi

Customer Success Manager, Zoom Video Communications

Mahsa Abadi is an experienced Customer Success Manager at Zoom and is based in the UK. Abadi works with Zoom users to share her expertise and best practices for using the platform with them. She has experience working with higher education customers, among other Zoom users who are utilizing the web conferencing tool for courses, meetings and more.

Misty Cobb, EdD, MBA

Transformational education & technology expert

Cobb is a transformational education and technology leader armed with expertise in providing client-based solutions that shape global environments in education and business. Cobb is recognized by executive leaders and peers for her innovative design and delivery of research-based professional growth initiatives and programs. She is a subject-matter expert in higher education administration and teaching and learning best practices.   

Amanda Jackson

Learning Specialist of Disability Resource Center, University of Florida

Amanda Jackson, M.Ed. serves as a learning specialist within the Disability Resource Center of the University of Florida in Gainesville. Jackson serves on a team helping to ensure all materials are made accessible to students who require them. Jackson and the DRC collaborate to facilitate this access and accommodations for UF students with disabilities by providing accessibility consulting, academic accommodations and education on disability inclusion.

Scott Ready

Accessibility Evangelist and Senior Customer Success Manager, Verbit

As an accessibility evangelist, Scott Ready, has served the education industry for 20+ years and worked for 35+ years in accessibility. Ready studied at Columbia International University and the University of Central Missouri. Ready’s first language is American Sign Language, and he has been part of the deaf community through his parents, who are both deaf, since birth. His parents were teachers at the Missouri School for the Deaf.

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