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 //Based on information from BOLLI and Brandeis.  Used with thanks but without permission.// //Based on information from BOLLI and Brandeis.  Used with thanks but without permission.//
  
-===Setting up your computer and camera=== +===Participating in the meeting=== 
 +  * Please mute your microphone until you speak. 
 +  * Please make sure that your face is lit (as described below) so that people can see your expressions and your moving lips when you speak. 
 +  *     If you want to speak, physically raise your hand and wave; or if your meeting leader has suggested it, consider using the “raise hand” feature that is available at the bottom center of your screen.   
 +  *     To ask questions silently, consider the “Chat” feature on the bottom and center of your screen. [[https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/203650445-In-Meeting-Chat|Zoom has instructions on using chat in a Zoom session]] 
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 +===Beforehand: Setting up your computer and camera=== 
   *     Try not to sit with a window behind you, or your face will be in darkness. Lighting should come from in front of you or from the side, in order to best light your face. //The intent is to set up your image so that your face and your reactions can be seen and make the meeting more personal.//   *     Try not to sit with a window behind you, or your face will be in darkness. Lighting should come from in front of you or from the side, in order to best light your face. //The intent is to set up your image so that your face and your reactions can be seen and make the meeting more personal.//
   *     Set up your computer on a stable surface, like a table, counter, or desk. //If placed on an unstable surface, such as your legs or a pillow, your image on the screen will keep jiggling, which is distracting to others.//   *     Set up your computer on a stable surface, like a table, counter, or desk. //If placed on an unstable surface, such as your legs or a pillow, your image on the screen will keep jiggling, which is distracting to others.//
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   *     It is very important to avoid background noise.  It is very distracting to others if you don’t mute your microphone. Common oversights include audible eating, side conversation, anything phone-related, and pet-related noise.    *     It is very important to avoid background noise.  It is very distracting to others if you don’t mute your microphone. Common oversights include audible eating, side conversation, anything phone-related, and pet-related noise. 
   *     Zoom has a video that can help configuring your computer audio and camera.  [[https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362283-How-Do-I-Join-or-Test-My-Computer-Device-Audio-|click here]]   *     Zoom has a video that can help configuring your computer audio and camera.  [[https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362283-How-Do-I-Join-or-Test-My-Computer-Device-Audio-|click here]]
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-===Participating in the meeting=== 
-  *     If you want to speak, physically raise your hand and wave; or if your meeting leader has suggested it, consider using the “raise hand” feature that is available at the bottom center of your screen.   
-  *     To ask questions silently, consider the “Chat” feature on the bottom and center of your screen. [[https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/203650445-In-Meeting-Chat|Zoom has instructions on using chat in a Zoom session]] 
  
 ===Being a Good Citizen=== ===Being a Good Citizen===
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