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AQR Masterclass - Online Whiteboards

***FULLY BOOKED - please email to go on the waiting list** Come across online whiteboards but a bit mystified about how they work? Looking for an online alternative for post-it notes and creative workshop tasks? Then this Mastering (the basics) of Online Whiteboards AQR Masterclass is for you!

For the uninitiated, well-known online whiteboards are platforms like MIRO and Mural. They help teams design, ideate, collaborate and problem solve — in real time (often in conjunction with Zoom).

Quallies are past-masters at workshopping and bending online platforms to suit our needs, but speaking for myself, I sense that we’re not all making as much use as we could of these brilliant spaces. At first glance, they can seem a little daunting.

But once you’ve mastered a few basics, they open up a world of possibilities!

Our trainer is Fernande de Uriarte, a designer and graphic facilitator. She helps her clients make full use of MIRO (and others). She not only designs beautiful spaces for collaboration but also facilitates sessions too.
She will lead us in a very hands-on Masterclass that will help us master the basics. We’ll use a combination of MIRO and Zoom for the session but much of what we learn is applicable to other platforms.

This Masterclass would be an excellent accompaniment to the Workshops - Live on Screen course (places still available), which will focus more on workshop techniques than on the platforms.

Who is this Masterclass ideal for?
Ideally, you’ll be someone who has run or helped devise workshop sessions in the past and is looking for ways to enhance these sessions online (especially while we’re restricted from running sessions face to face).

You’ll need to take part on a laptop and be reasonably tech savvy, inquisitive and eager to get stuck in.

Cost: AQR Members discounted Price £55 + VAT = £66.00
Non Members Price £90 + VAT = £108.00 (includes 4 months membership to AQR)

Booking: Online using the links below

Thursday 25 February 2021

10:00am to 12:30pm GMT

Virtually via Zoom

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