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Game On Tutorial: Slack for Reacting

  • February 03, 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Zoom
  • 10


  • For those who are not yet members of the Reacting Consortium

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In this Slack tutorial, we'll share some of what we've learned about using slack to support your Reacting class. This interactive session will provide an overview of the platform (and its pros and cons), and then dig deeper into practical questions and best practices for use. There will also be personalized practice time for each participant, and a Question and Answer portion. Because of the personalized time, we are capping this session. This is also a great opportunity to help train Teaching Assistants or Preceptors who may be helping your classes. 

You'll learn:
Why you may wish to use Slack for your classes
How to set up a slack workspace
Ways to organize and structure channels to support the social, community-building, and persuasive aspects of Reacting games
How to introduce your students to the slack platform
Considerations for different mechanics, apps, and integrations for slack

Can't make it to the tutorial? Recordings will be available for purchase.

90 Minutes

To learn more about how to set up and use these platforms, check out our other events.

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