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Your Unitarian Universalist (UU) congregation or organization can hold meetings and training sessions over the Internet if it’s hard for you to gather in person. Here’s how.
Before you can determine what’s needed, you have to decide on the size and format of your meeting:
10 Steps for Planning a Successful Webinar, from TechSoup.org, talks you through planning the format of your meeting.
If you hold a lot of online meetings, consider building a videoconference cart.
Depending on the size of your meeting, you have lots of options. We have compiled a list of online meeting and webinar services that include audio, video, and text chat. Some provide toll-free numbers for the audio, some provide regular phone numbers, and some use the Internet for audio.
The general steps are:
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Last updated on Wednesday, April 16, 2014.
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