From March 17, 2020 until March 27, 2020 I ran a small online experiment demonstrating creative activities that could be done in virtual meetings. The sessions were 30 minutes long and had the same format, except that the main activity each day was different. These mini-workshop experiments were well received by participants, and I enjoyed doing them, so they are continuing through April 2020.
I started them as a way to help and that will continue to be their main objective.
Online meetings get boring and repetitive, and are even worse when our regular routines are as completely disrupted as they are right now. Adding short, creative activities to the meetings, not only adds variety and a bit of fun, but it can help relieve some of the pressure and stress, at least for a few minutes.
The videos from the mini-workshops are in a playlist on my YouTube channel, here.
The slides from the sessions are here.
There’s a short video wrapping up the first series and introducing the April series, here.
If you’d like to join the sessions during April, they take place daily at 4pm (16:00) CET on Zoom. Details are:
Meeting ID: 136 891 675
I hope you’ll join us!