In programs labeled "asynchronous," students view weekly demos sent directly from their instructor and learn on their own time! Asynchronous classes offer feedback and critiques either through email or in weekly zoom class meetings.
Zoom is offering several Zoom Education Webinar sessions each week for students and teachers with a live host to answer questions.
1. On a computer or laptop, visit the website https://zoom.us and click “Sign up, it’s Free.” – on a tablet or smartphone, download the Zoom app.
2. Enter your email address and Activate with the email that they send you.
3. Enter your name and choose a password.
4. Next, it prompts you to start a Test Meeting. On pc or mac it will automatically begin downloading the zoom software. On smartphone or tablet, it will prompt you to download the Zoom app.
5. Install the software or app. https://zoom.us/download
6. Finally, Zoom will start a meeting for you to test your microphone. Don’t worry, ONLY YOU are in this meeting so click around and check out what features there are for you to use!
Ready to start Zooming? Follow these resources to get a high-level tour of Zoom, and you and your team will be up and running in no time.
Zoom Etiquette Zoom is a great tool to keep you connected to your instructors, class and art community. Here are some helpful tips to make the experience great for all!
For each class, you will be welcomed to a private Facebook group presented by the Gage Academy of Art 360 team! Please read before participating in this group.
This is a safe space to talk about how to be creative at home, learn online skills for art and art instruction, and get peer to peer support from other like minded people like you!
1. Your monitor/Instructor invites you to a closed private Facebook group specific for your class.
2. An invite is sent to your personal Facebook account.
3. You accept!
4. You are able to post your artwork, see your classmates artwork and comment on each other’s amazing work!
5. Your instructor can chime in, offer helpful feedback and chat with you/your classmates online!
6. You now have a safe space to share with a community of like minded artists from your class!
Please respect your class community guidelines below:
Please note the users of this group do NOT represent the views, thoughts or opinions of Gage Academy of Art. That being said, All behavior within the group needs to be consistent with the excellence and integrity of the Gage institution at the highest level of propriety and kindness. At our discretion, we reserve the right to kindly remove you from the group should any of these behaviors be seen, including but not limited to:
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