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Boost Team Collaboration with the Miro Whiteboard

Class Code Date Delivery Method Cost
  • Mon Jun 24, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Live Online - 1 session $200

Most Technology Training classes will be delivered online until further notice.

Before each sesson, Tech Training will provide a Zoom link for live online classes, along with any required class materials.

In this workshop, use the virtual whiteboard application known as Miro to help you boost your productivity, team meeting collaboration, and communication.

Miro is an online whiteboard to help you better engage distributed teams in brainstorming or process meetings, making collaboration as productive as possible in a virtual environment.

In this class, you will have the opportunity to learn how to use Miro to be productive in not only team meetings, but for personal organization and other uses.

Topics in this session include:

  • Overview of the interface, including navigating on the website, the desktop application, or the mobile app
  • Best sharing practices with you and your team, including permission settings
  • Real-time collaboration
  • Utilizing the free-flow drawing options
  • Best practices for formatting text and using images to enhance visual communication
  • A look into features such as the pre-built templates and available widgets
David Casuto

David Casuto is a 20-year veteran in the fields of software training, curriculum design, and training facilitation.

Custom training workshops are available for this program

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University IT Technology Training sessions are available to a wide range of participants, including Stanford University staff, faculty, students, and employees of Stanford Hospitals & Clinics, such as Stanford Health Care, Stanford Health Care Tri-Valley, Stanford Medicine Partners, and Stanford Medicine Children's Health.

Additionally, some of these programs are open to interested individuals not affiliated with Stanford, allowing for broader community engagement and learning opportunities.