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Venue Layout & Hybrid Tips

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- Have a second camera pointed to the audience, so that in the zoom meeting participants who are at home can view the audience.

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- Whenever a remote participant talks, put in full size.
 

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- Use a webcam with built-in microphone as backup plan.

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- Project the audio of participants who are at home in the Zoom session using speakers.

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- Have audio from the audience, so that members who are at home feel closer to the members who are in the physical room.

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- Project the Zoom Meeting projection near the stage (using a projector or a computer connected to a monitor or TV).

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- Test the light and image quality before the start of the meeting.

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- Use a wireless keyboard and mouse to make it easier to zoom master in the room to control the meeting.

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- Have a powerbank to connect to the phone that is the second camera or if the internet of a phone is being used.

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- Have multiple members per club ready to set up a hybrid meeting.

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- Find ways to make Evaluation sheets available to members who are at home zooming in as to members who are physically in the room.