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Requirements: Technology, Materials and Pre and Post event requirements.
To connect your classroom to the Australian Museum via virtual excursion you will need:
A reliable internet connection;
A camera and microphone connected to your device;
A device with a display, e.g. Laptop, Chromebook, iPad, Desktop.
If connecting a whole class or group together, you will also need:
A projector or screen connected to your device;
Working speakers connected to your device. Make sure they are switched on and the volume is up.
If connecting on individual devices, you will need:
Working speakers or headphones connected to your device. Make sure they are switched on and the volume is up.
The simplest way to connect is through a direct connection using Zoom. The connection does not require any software to be downloaded, but does require a computer (PC or Mac) with an internet connection, a webcam, and a microphone.
The Zoom connection to the Australian Museum is secure and private.
If you have any queries please contact the provider