Ten Tips for Proper
Video Conferencing Etiquette
- Keep your system on mute when you are not speaking
- Assume that you are always on camera, even when you are not speaking
- Make eye contact with people by always looking into camera
- Be aware that there is a slight delay, so be patient when asking questions
- Avoid wearing black or white as these colors have a tendency to interfere with the contrast of the video conference transmission
- Try to avoid side conversations. The microphones can be very sensitive, so you don't want people in remote locations listening in on everything that goes on in the room
- Direct questions to individuals by name to avoid confusion
- Announce when people are entering or exiting the room
- Don't ignore your local audience in favor of your remote one
- Most importantly, relax and be yourself!
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