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Game On Panel: Tech Solutions for Remote Reacting

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Using technology to support student learning has always been important. During the pandemic, it is vital. But, with so many options, it can be hard to know where to start. This panel presented different platform options (and combinations) to help you consider what will work for your Reacting class. Our panel of exceptional instructors will provided an overview of multiple platforms, highlighting benefits, limitations, and considerations for each. The panelists also share their experiences with: Discord Slack Gather.town Flipgrid Video Conferencing options (very briefly) The panelists will discuss how the platforms can support student learning and engagement, while minimizing overload. YOU WILL RECEIVE A LINK TO THE RECORDING VIDEO AS WELL AS PAGES OF INFORMATION ON THE DIFFERENT PLATFORM. If you're already a member of the Reacting Consortium, you can view the recording and overviews for free at ReactingConsortium.org/techpanel (you will have to sign in). This recording and additional info about the platforms are available for free to members (plus discounted event registration and dozens of resources for games under review). So, you may want to go ahead and become a member of the Reacting Consortium. Just click on "Join," or visit ReactingConsortium.org/join
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