These are good suggestions even if equality of visibility in online meetings isn't your primary objective, but of course they also help here: "using different media and spaces so that everyone can find a channel for their voice. This means having parallel spaces for collaborative writing (collaborative documents, whiteboard, forum, chat etc) and including group work. It also means extending the discussion asynchronously so that there is a space for those who like to reflect first before they contribute." Again, this is something we should have known long ago, but see, to need to learn again in this new age of remote learning.
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