Using Zoom with FCA
FCA uses Zoom to host virtual trainings, webinars, panels, events, etc. To ensure a successful event, we have put together some resources to help you as a host or a participant prepare for and manage your zoom settings with greater ease. For general help with Zoom, you can visit their Help Center or YouTube Channel.
You can also contact the FCA Office anytime at email@example.com.
Depending on your use of Zoom, please choose one of the following sections:
Persons with Disabilities:
FCA makes every effort to ensure all content is accessible to person with disabilities. If you have an American Disabilities Act (ADA) need — audio or visual — FCA will try to address it in the virtual environment. Please contact the FCA Office if you request a virtual accommodation at an upcoming event or training.
If you are planning on hosting an FCA or Division virtual training or event, please review the following information prior to submitting your Event Request Form.
Review these comprehensive guidelines with step-by-step instructions on how to use the different features in Zoom to ensure a successful virtual event!
Things to know in advance:
While participating in a virtual FCA or Division training, webinar, or event, it is important to be mindful of your surroundings and be respectful of your colleagues and speakers. Please review and adhere to the following professional etiquette tips on how to use Zoom tools and features to maintain professional etiquette.
FCA is a division of ACA and therefore adheres to ACA's Conference Etiquette statement. FCA also applies this etiquette to organization and divisional trainings throughout the year. By registering for an FCA virtual event, you therefore agree to:
Participants violating these expectations or conduct themselves unprofessionally may be asked to leave the event at the sole discretion of FCA and/or Division Hosts.
Mute your microphone (make sure you know how to do this!).
Be mindful of background noise:
Prepare materials in advance:
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