Best Practices for Using Video Conferencing Technology in a Variety of Settings with Chyna Trible

Best Practices for Using Video Conferencing Technology in a Variety of Settings

Join Chyna Trible in this progressive session as she presents some of the best practices for using video technology to collaborate with others!

Presentation Session Description:

Interested in improving your skills next video conference, or at least avoiding some potential downfalls that are commonly made? Come to Chyna T. Trible’s Lightning Talk to learn about some of the best practices for using video technologies for a variety of purposes. You’ll also learn a few tips on avoiding making some of the most common errors video-conferencing experts have made. Join Chyna for an energetic, educating and entertaining presentation!

Chyna’s Biography:

Chyna T. Trible, M.S. is a Project Consultant in Instructional Technology, one of her tech-loves, and also a devoted instructor with the goal of educating future generations of learners to be excellent communicators. She aims to make instruction straightforward, while being entertaining. Overall, her goal is make those she works with, specifically her students, fall in love with the intricacies of using proper forms of clearly designed communication in theory and in practice. Chyna incorporates research-driven, pedagogically sound methods of using tech tools that foster inclusiveness while challenging all learners to evaluate where they currently are and helping them to figure out how to get to where they want to be to improve their skills. Her goal, at the very least, is that all learners develop improved communication skills applicable to a variety of settings in their personal and professional lives. She has been involved with STC-Rochester since she was an undergraduate student at the Rochester Institute of Technology and has held various volunteer roles at the STC-Rochester Spectrum conference.


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