|Andreas Broeckmann on Mon, 6 Jul 2020 17:23:25 +0200 (CEST)|
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|Re: <nettime> discussing zoom fatigue|
folks, has somebody made a detailled, media-critical comparison between these different systems and their functionality? (for the teaching i did, we used "Cisco Webex Meetings") just my two-pennies worth this monday morning: one of the complicating issues is, for me, that depending on the choices people make in their own client software, the way in which the same online meeting is experienced by the participants can be quite different. another aspect of this are the "decisions" taken by the intervening technical systems of "automatic" adaptation to bandwidth, audio noise reduction, etc. in terms of psycho-social questions, it might also be worth looking at the field of primary and secondary schools where the questions of individual and group engagement should be different from university seminars, and yet different from thematic, goal-oriented online meetings... regards, -a Am 03.07.20 um 11:27 schrieb Geert Lovink:
I am trying to gather experiences of what’s now called ‘Zoom fatigue’. Of course this is by no means limited to Zoom and extends to Microsofts Teams and Skype, Google Classrooms etc.
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