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Virtual Teaching in ZOOM (03-27-2020) - Shared screen with speaker view
Peter Schwartz
27:24
Hey, I just arrived late (I was running a Zoom meeting with my research group). Am I too late, or should I stay?
Matthew Hopper
27:53
We are just getting started, Peter. No worries
epulitan
29:30
Can we start a meeting from zoom in canvas?
leah anderson
33:32
This was asked above, but is there a rough agenda for this session so we know what might be relevant for our needs?
Dianna Winslow
33:42
https://canvassupport.calpoly.edu/
rpouragh
33:48
will you cover how to do asynch mode as well?
Heather Harris
35:33
Can you share screen and also see the presenter's face?
Heather Harris
36:35
Can you explain how to share screen and see presenter so we can do that?
Thomas Fowler
39:58
Luanne - What happens if over 300 are using Zoom at once does it mean the Zoom will not work?
Michele Roest
42:21
Could you list where students can access the apps?
Blair London
46:22
there are many Guests with us now
James Kaney
46:23
Do we allow students to have private chat?
Dianna Winslow
47:25
Thanks, Thomas. The license the university picks determines what maximum number of participants who can be in the room. I’m new to Zoom, but I believe that if more try, they may not be allowed in unless the host changes the license…..
Thomas Fowler
47:32
File transfer is locked in my version can we unlock it?
rpouragh
47:45
How about a zoom set up for just a minimalist? what are the bare minimum requirements to deliver a lecture?
Thomas Fowler
49:25
I have a number of features that are called “Locked by admin”. Can these be changed?
Peter Schwartz
49:38
What's a poll? When would I use one?
Thomas Fowler
50:50
OK Luanne just answered my question re “Admin Lock"
Dianna Winslow
51:02
Peter,
Dianna Winslow
52:46
Peter, a poll is something that you might want to use to ask students a question in class about their knowledge of the topic, or their opinion, or voting for a certain activity, and the students can click a “yes” or “no” in a side bar that pops up.
Arnold Deffo
53:02
Would it be possible to expand (perhaps later on) on how to use an iPad for equations through zoom?
Christiane Schroeter
55:36
How can I unlock some of the options?
edemsetz
55:36
Can our students host sessions to work on lab write-ups with each other?
edemsetz
57:47
Can you make any photo the background?? This would really help me in my local environmental issues class as I could be seen akin g one a photo of the relevant local spot.
Dianna Winslow
57:53
Edemsetz, yes! https://calpoly.zoom.us/
Dianna Winslow
59:48
4. If you want to upload a photo to use as your background, on the same Virtual Background Page, click the + icon next to where it says Choose Virtual Background. A box will pop up allowing you to upload a photo from your computer. Click on the one you want, and it will appear alongside the other pictures as an option for you to choose from.
Dianna Winslow
01:00:27
Here you go, Edemsetz From https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-change-your-zoom-background-just-like-everyone-else-is-doing-right-now/
edemsetz
01:00:32
AWESOME!! Thanks Diane!
John
01:03:35
Can we be confident that Zoom won't have "overuse" problems causing lack of access to some/all students come class?
Christiane Schroeter
01:03:53
Thanks!
dbenne06
01:04:00
do we have to record?
Dianna Winslow
01:04:28
John, We can’t be sure. I get the feeling we’re going to be finding out as it goes.
Dianna Winslow
01:04:58
Dbenne06, no, you do not. But if you do, you want to tell your class that you are doing so
Natasha Neumann
01:05:03
How do we co-host if we are unable to unlock the feature? Co-host would be very helpful as we are teaching to have a colleague manage the chat room as you are all doing so well. I might have missed this piece. Thank you for your help!
Dianna Winslow
01:05:48
Natasha, I think that might be locked for you in this workshop, but not if you are the host yourself.
Dianna Winslow
01:06:22
As the host, you should be able to invite someone to be a co-host, as Luanne did for me at the beginning of our session.
Natasha Neumann
01:06:49
Ok, I will try that out. Thank you!
jrudi
01:07:14
If we are teaching a synchronous class, is it a Cal Poly requirement that we record our lectures and make them available to students? I am wondering because typically, if students miss class under regular circumstances, we don't record it for them. Thanks!
Thomas Fowler
01:07:48
What does mean to have participants names in audio recording?
Sarder Sadique
01:11:50
Are you sharing this video after the session today?
Dianna Winslow
01:11:53
jrudi, I don’t believe it is required. I think of it as a perk of online delivery that students who miss class can see it later….though I think that could be a slippery slope for students who don’t want to meet synchronously, so I think I’d decide on a class policy about how many times they can do that, without a really good reason, of course :-)
Dianna Winslow
01:12:22
Tell me more about what you are thinking Thomas….
jrudi
01:12:23
Thank you, Dianna!
Dianna Winslow
01:12:27
FERPA?
edemsetz
01:13:25
For those of us teaching asynchronously, would we post recordings as ‘meetings’ that are open all quarter, our is there a different way we should deal with posting videos to be viewed at any time?
Dianna Winslow
01:13:46
Sarder, yes, this will be posted on our Cal Poly Canvas Support site, https://canvassupport.calpoly.edu/workshops
Sarder Sadique
01:14:16
Thanks.
Dianna Winslow
01:16:24
Edemsetz, I’m wondering if using Canvas discussion session, and then making and posting videos done in Screencast-o-matic would be better for that kind of course design?
edemsetz
01:16:51
OK, that sounds good. Im still on PolyLearn, but that should work great too I think.
Dianna Winslow
01:17:39
Zoom is really great for synchronous office hours, and doing synchronous instruction. Think of the break out rooms as putting your class into small discussion groups in the class room....
Peter Schwartz
01:17:53
Can you put some people in multiple breakout rooms?
Peter Schwartz
01:19:42
Ok, so you need to make certain people (Learning Assistants) cohosts! Thanks
Mark Stankus
01:19:43
A new resource https://www.askdavetaylor.com/how-to-avoid-stop-zoombombing-on-zoom-video-chats/
Christiane Schroeter
01:19:56
Can I only schedule to start the class on the hour, not at 10 minutes past?
Dianna Winslow
01:19:56
Hosts and co-hosts can be invited into any breakout room, but students can only be assigned to one breakout room at a time
Matt Moelter
01:20:07
Can the list of breakout participants be “saved” or “associated” with the room? Then I don’t need to upload the list every course meeting.
Matt Moelter
01:22:05
Thanks.
Dianna Winslow
01:22:17
Matt, yes! It will save your breakout rooms and your participants within them if the meeting is a repeating meeting :-)
Thomas Fowler
01:22:43
Luanne - For Breakout rooms can host and co host go into break out rooms or have to be invited by the students?
Dianna Winslow
01:25:06
Christiane, I don’t think you can….I just tried, and it keeps changing it back to the hour….plus, there’s no option for a 50 minute meeting, just choices for 15 minute increments
Thomas Fowler
01:27:06
Can you schedule ZOOM mtgs though the calendar in Canvas?
edemsetz
01:28:27
Is there a quicker way to see the link that we give students without going into the outlook calendar?
edemsetz
01:30:12
OK, I think she answered my question.
Dianna Winslow
01:30:40
Thomas, this Zoom page seems to suggest that you can, as host, move among the breakout rooms. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476093
Thomas Fowler
01:31:02
Thanks!
Thomas Fowler
01:31:48
Once you set up the reoccurring class mtgs is it Always the same ID for all the differ zoom sessions?
Dianna Winslow
01:33:52
Yes, I believe so.
John
01:35:57
Do you have a recommended method for us to get help with individual (specific) questions about Zoom (website, on-line chat, email, ???)? I mean questions we can't find answers to from FAQ. With your understandable heavy workload, I imagine your group is very busy.
Thomas Fowler
01:39:32
Did not see where the poll feature is within zoom.
Heather Harris
01:41:57
How do you make the poll NOT be anonmymous?
Michele Roest
01:42:40
Is the poll the equivalent of a I-clicker type survey?
Dianna Winslow
01:43:02
John, use our email, ctlt@calpoly.edu, and these will be directed to the person who has time and knowledge for your questions. Alternatively, you can write to Luanne, lfose@calpoly.edu and she will make a date with you however you want to meet virtually—phone, zoom, email, IM.
Dianna Winslow
01:43:32
Michele, yes, I think so!
Dianna Winslow
01:43:53
Will do, Mark.
Erin Martin Elston
01:44:29
Can we get the link to the video?
Dianna Winslow
01:46:08
Thomas, when you are the host, you will see “Polling” in the tool bar on the bottom of your Zoom screen.
Eivis Qenani
01:46:15
Sorry maybe it was answered but if there is time left, can you explain how to share screen and also see the presenter's face? Thanks!
Dianna Winslow
01:47:39
Eivis, I’m going to ask Luanne to do questions now.
Mark Stankus
01:48:51
If you see “View options” at the top of the window, you can choose “side-by-side” which is nice.
Michele Roest
01:49:17
Great! That helps
Mark Stankus
01:53:36
For CSM, https://ctlt.calpoly.edu/instructional-continuity-faculty-colleague-support-network-csm
Mark Stankus
01:56:47
I used iPevo. It is good. Don’t drop it on the floor too many times :(
Dianna Winslow
01:58:05
I have to go to another zoom meeting, folks! Nice to be here with you today!
Dr. Luanne Fose
02:05:50
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=154&v=j_O7rDILNCM
Dr. Luanne Fose
02:06:19
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erz4xtQHoVs&feature=emb_logo
Erin Martin Elston
02:06:51
Thank you!
Matthew Hopper
02:07:04
Dianna had to leave
Mark Stankus
02:07:31
Click on participants and then the hand icon to raise your hand.
Sheryl Frisch
02:09:40
Thank you, Luanne!
Mark Stankus
02:12:13
You can create a new gmail account and then do it.
Mark Stankus
02:12:27
Do it with that other gmail account.
Mark Stankus
02:14:46
Doing it asynchronously might be less problematic.
Thomas Fowler
02:15:57
Thank you for this Zoom session! Great info!
Peter Schwartz
02:16:03
how do you raise your hand?
Matthew Hopper
02:16:50
Peter - you can click on "Participants"
Mark Stankus
02:18:01
If you edit with Camtasia and you have handwriting, then you might want to change your frame rate to a lower number (say 5) and you will have a much smaller file to upload and it will be faster for the students.
Mark Stankus
02:18:31
A frame rate of 5 is sufficient for teaching mathematics.
Nancy Stauch
02:19:53
Thanks everyone!
Heather Harris
02:21:47
How do you find your presentation in the "cloud"?
Matthew Hopper
02:24:02
Thank you
jrudi
02:24:04
The "cloud" will send you an email when it's processed and available. The email will include a link. That has been my experience in the past.
Mark Stankus
02:25:44
You could put a copyright notice in the background and also tell them to not share it.
Dr. Luanne Fose
02:26:50
padoughe@calpoly.edu
Mark Stankus
02:29:13
Don’t forget that you can go outside because there is a shelter in place order, but not a quarantine.
jrudi
02:30:52
Thank you, Mark! Is a copyright notice enforceable in this case? Or is this to just essentially make the students nervous to share?
Dr. Luanne Fose
02:34:21
https://ctlt.calpoly.edu/instructional-continuity-streaming-live-or-recording-classes-zoom
jrudi
02:40:00
Thank you so much!
Dan Biezad
02:40:11
thank you
Mark Stankus
02:40:19
thank you
Mark Stankus
02:41:19
I used this “calm the students down” survey. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd1VCQOmTVR5nNd39Qlc2H3glSTBQdacDWsZdUPqo0P77w9Yw/viewform