Tech Support Clinics

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Tech Support Clinics

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A fun, safe peer space for continued learning... Get the latest updates on Zoom, practice using technical tools, and develop skills of accessible design and radical hospitality.

Image description: A dark blue background with sections of violet and light blue. Title at the top says “PeoplesHub Tech Support Clinic.” Date and time information is listed with 5 bulleted lines: April 11, 12pm / 3pm ET, below that is May 23, 9am PT / 12pm ET, below that is July 11, 12pm PT / 3pm ET, below that is October 3, 9am PT / 12pm ET, and below that is November 7, 12pm PT / 3pm ET.” To the right of the graphic are circles with photos of the trainers and their names: Jolanda Walter Klebl, Catherine Klebl, and Aerik Woodams. Text below says “Open to past participants of our Online Methodology Offerings. Interpreters & captioners available by request.” Registration link at the bottom is:
Dates and Times
  • Thursday, April 11: 12-1:30pm PT / 2-3:30pm CT / 3-4:30pm ET
  • Thursday, May 23: 9-10:30am PT / 11am-12:30pm CT / 12-1:30pm ET
  • Thursday, July 11: 12-1:30pm PT / 2-3:30pm CT / 3-4:30pm ET
  • Thursday, October 3: 9-10:30am PT / 11am-12:30pm CT / 12pm-1:30pm ET
  • Thursday, November 7: 12-1:30pm PT / 2-3:30pm CT / 3-4:30pm ET
Program Full-Description

At PeoplesHub, we train organizers and facilitators to practice online radical hospitality and use tools of popular education in service to our radical and progressive movements. We’re pleased to announce this free, monthly practice space as a continuation of our popular workshops: Power of Online Spaces, Online Connection 101, Radical Hospitality, and Still Zoomin’: Tech for Online Movements.

Be a part of the Hub- These facilitated clinics offer space for the growing number of online trainers and tech support leads who want to hone their skills - in community. Together, we’ll share updates on Zoom, technical tips and tricks, practice (play) with the tools, and deepen our understanding of accessibility and radical hospitality. 

Register once and be invited to each monthly clinic.

Participants will leave with...

  • information on new features and updates in Zoom 
  • hands-on practice time for various Zoom features, e.g. breakout rooms, waiting room chat
  • conversations that address online facilitation questions, big and small 
  • the experience of emergent design and facilitation  
  • community of fellow practitioners
  • deepening of accessibility practices

Prerequisites: these clinics are open only to past participants of our Online Methodology Offerings. 

You must have attended one or more of the following
  • Tech Support Lead Training
  • The Power of Online Spaces
  • Online Connection 101
  • PeoplesHub’s large group Radical Hospitality trainings (such as those led for AFL-CIO and AMC and Alternate Roots conferences)
  • Still Zoomin: Tech for Online Movements


To register, please first review the pre-requisites above. If you qualify, email to register.

If you do not meet the above prerequistes we invite you to register for our upcoming Power of Online Spaces workshop. Click here to learn more.

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Free for those who meet the prerequisites!

At PeoplesHub we are committed to communication access, radical hospitality, supporting facilitators, and making our offerings financially accessible. Donations allow us to continue offering programs like this one and pay speakers, tech support leads, interpreters, captioners, and other support staff a fair wage for their time and expertise. Like you, those who support our trainings work hard for change in their communities and have often developed the knowledge, skill and gifts that they are offering through many unpaid hours — let’s support them to be sustainable in their work and craft!