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Resource Round-up: Multilingual Tutorials on Zoom and Other Online Platforms

This blog post includes contributions from Laura Gardner of Immigrant Connections.

In the shift to virtual services, including home-based learning, many clients are learning how to use videoconferencing platforms like Zoom for the first time. School districts are using a wide range of these programs to communicate with students and families, while refugee service providers are leveraging them in the course of virtual case management, English language classes, job readiness training, etc.

It can be difficult to find multilingual tutorials on using these platforms. The following videos and other materials may be helpful. More general resources on Zoom and Google Classroom are listed first, followed by more organization-specific resources that may serve as models for creating your own materials. Important note: be sure to review all materials carefully before sharing with clients to confirm the processes referenced are fully relevant for your particular implementation of these platforms.

Zoom

Google Classroom

Do you know of other multilingual resources on using online platforms? Email them to Switchboard@Rescue.org!

For Inspiration: School- and Organization-Specific Videos

Many organizations and school districts have developed resources specific to their internal needs. These are highly individualized and not likely to be useful in their current form to providers in other districts or organizations; however, they may serve as inspiration for creating similar videos:

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