The following are the steps and precautions for joining a class at ZOOM.
 
▼How to access on the day▼
  1. Click on the ZOOM link assigned for each class guided by email or band app.
    On the screen that appears, click Join Audio on Computer.
  2. If the app does not start automatically,open the Zoom app, select “Join”, enter “ID number with 11 digits” in the meeting ID, and enter the participant name below.
  3. Try zoom with your Internet connection in advance It
    is better to also look at zoom features. Don’t rush to download or try it at the last minute.
    Since it will be done on a set schedule, make it possible to participate smoothly. Please read the zoom how-to site in advance below.
     
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  • Please set the name so that you can verify your identity. If you are not known, you may not be able to grant permission to enter the room.
  • We will record on the day. Edit and share the necessary parts, such as translating lyrics. Only Kum’s face is reflected in the recording, and the participants are only voices.
  • Recording of video and audio is prohibited.

In addition, the following will be a precaution when participating from Kum, so please confirm it.

< ask from Kum to take online lessons >

1. Participate in proper clothing Join
from home, but as with your usual class, please dress properly. Wear a class T-shirt and clean your hair. If it is difficult, please let us know in advance.

2. Note the background In
online lessons, everyone can see their home. Make sure there are no inappropriate posters or objects in the background.

3. Join from a quiet place Join from
a quiet place as much as possible. Hearing the sounds around you (cooking sounds, music, family talking) can interfere with your lesson.

4. Mute the microphone during the lecture
Mute the microphone when kum or other students are speaking. When chanting or accepting questions, Kum instructs you to turn on the microphone.

5. Try your Internet connection and Zoom in advance It is
a good idea to check your Internet connection in advance. It’s also a good idea to take a look at zoom features. Don’t rush to download or try it at the last minute.
Since it will be done on a set schedule, make it possible to participate smoothly.

6. Remember that it’s
a lesson As usual Nā Kānāwai Nā and Lla also apply.

7. Ask questions with care Be
aware of the timing and number of questions. We have time for questions. If you have any questions, raise your hand. Time is limited, so be sure to ask questions so that there is no overlap. There is only one question that can be asked at a time, except when Kumu allows it separately.