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Virtual WS: Getting Started with Hangouts & Hangouts on Air

Although the day is young and I still have three additional sessions to record while I do my live Hangout on Air this week, I thought that I'd post out the recording from my first session this morning for those of you who are wondering what the outputted video looks like as well as my resources.

Because the session was held as a live "Hangout on Air", it automatically recorded and then uploaded my session onto my YouTube channel. This particular broadcast has not been edited in any way so you can see it just how it was recorded.

As for my notes for the workshop, you can find my outline as well as my recommended resources within this Google Document:


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