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08/17/20: Basics of Zoom Instruction Webinar: 11:00 - 12:00 - Shared screen with speaker view
Elaine Smith
19:31
Lily is a cat
diane lee (she/her/hers)
20:52
hi everyone!
Elaine Smith
24:42
You may need to scroll down to see all options on surveys with many choices.
Mark Leslie
25:41
what is status of hybrid / vs. online only?
diane lee (she/her/hers)
27:22
The Autumn Quarter Task Force is still finalizing this but current county health guidelines do not allow for any indoor classes.
diane lee (she/her/hers)
29:10
Regardless of instructional modality instructors should be prepared to teach online. There is exploration of outdoor space for some instruction since the state guidelines were updated https://files.covid19.ca.gov/pdf/guidance-higher-education--en.pdf
Mark Leslie
31:10
where is the control for spotlight?
saloner
31:43
+1
diane lee (she/her/hers)
31:52
The spotlight control is available for hosts and co-hosts only
diane lee (she/her/hers)
32:36
Actually, I mistyped. You can click on the person’s thumbnail, click on the three dots and choose spotlight.
diane lee (she/her/hers)
33:02
The spotlight for the entire meeting is available for host/co-host, but you can customize your own view at any time
Alison Brauneis
33:48
See our website for more information on the Zoom teaching practice sessions: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/upcoming-events/august-10-29-practice-teaching-sessions/?occurrence=2020-08-10
diane lee (she/her/hers)
34:39
You can pin a video in your own view and spotlight for the entire meeting (if you are host/co-host)
diane lee (she/her/hers)
35:15
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115000505583-Pin-or-Spotlight-Video
saloner
35:17
Thx
Alison Brauneis
36:16
@becky, it may be helpful for you to play around with turning on and off the side-by-side mode to see what you like best for viewing the slides and your students. To do this, click on ‘View Options’ at the top of the screen when you are in full-screen mode. Click on and off the ‘side-by-side mode’. If you turn off the side-by-side mode then you can move the window of thumbnails around, possibly to a second monitor.
rebecca lester
37:14
Is there a way to record the voting automatically (so I can use for participation purposes)?
Elaine Smith
40:34
@rebecca, there isn’t a straightforward way to save non verbal participation. it’s possible to download poll data, but students need to be logged in or have registration turned on for the polls. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/213756303-Polling-for-meetings#h_ee8443c8-e8ac-448c-891f-fb4400e45d20
Mark Leslie
40:39
how do i change color on annotate?
Elaine Smith
41:23
(i.e., you would have to use an actual poll rather than the quick zoom reactions or yes/nos)
Alison Brauneis
42:12
@Mark, there are annotation tools available in a small menu bar that appears at the top of the screen. We can’t access it right now because annotation has been turned off. However, this Zoom help support page contains a picture of the annotation bar: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005706806-Using-annotation-tools-on-a-shared-screen-or-whiteboard
Mark Leslie
42:16
i tried to sign in sto Stanford.zoom.us, but was not successful getting there
Alison Brauneis
42:28
To change the color, you would click on ‘Format’ and then select the color you would like.
diane lee (she/her/hers)
43:44
@Mark you may be logged into a different account in your browser. You can either use a different browser, try a private browsing window, or clear your cache in your current browser and try again.
diane lee (she/her/hers)
45:37
@Mark do you get different results if you click on “Launch Zoom” from this page? https://uit.stanford.edu/service/zoom
Alison Brauneis
46:47
To follow Mae’s suggestions for setting up scheduling privileges: 1) navigate to stanford.zoom.us, 2) Navigate to Settings -> Meetings -> Other (which is at the very bottom of the page). 3) Click + and enter the Stanford email address of the person who will be granted scheduling privileges.
rebecca lester
47:17
I actually haven't used the Stanford.zoom.us to schedule zoom meetings - I get a small pop-up which is how I've always scheduled zoom calls. Can I not use that?
rebecca lester
48:09
(I realize this is very vague! I just didn't realize this Stanford link existed and so am wondering if I have to use that to schedule meetings?)
Mark Leslie
48:49
i have a course assistant assigned to our class. how can i get her trained on Zoom from instructor point of view?
Alison Brauneis
50:21
@Mark - we have a Zoom basics event specifically for your instructional team members. It will be held on September 3 @ 11-12. Please have them register here: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/f693d3ebffc9462585b2be949e8dae47. If s/he is unable to come to that event, s/he can join a different Zoom basics event.
Elaine Smith
51:28
@rebecca I’m not sure which pop up you’re referring to — is that a pop up from Google Calendar, or from the Zoom app? If you’re logged in through Stanford SSO it should work just fine either way. The website is where you can find settings to change your preferences across all meetings.
rebecca lester
53:19
I'm teaching two sections of the same class. Does the school have a preferred policy about allowing students to come to different sections?
rebecca lester
53:42
(for example, in the spring, I think (?) students had to participate in their enrolled section.)
Mark Leslie
55:18
the link above did not work.
Mark Leslie
57:21
how do i copy the link out of chat?
Alison Brauneis
57:28
@Mark - Can you clarify which link didn’t work? The one for UIT Zoom or the one for the Zoom event on Sept 3 for instructional team members?
Alison Brauneis
58:15
@Mark, unfortunately everyone is unable to copy links in chat. We can follow up with you after the event
Lily Kimbel
58:25
That looks like a Mac-specific view of Breakout Rooms
Mark Leslie
59:03
9/3 event
Andrea Taylor (she/her/hers)
59:29
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iDPmfsOo2IFPLT3a3v3GsFnAgh6smAo4Cx3rCezcfao/edit?usp=sharing
Alison Brauneis
01:00:01
@Mark - thank you for confirming. I can send the information to you afterwards.
diane lee (she/her/hers)
01:00:19
@Becky, as far as we know there is no change in attendance policy
Lily Kimbel
01:08:21
Becky wanted to know if she could log in to her Zoom meeting twice.
Lily Kimbel
01:08:38
To manage two screens, one with content and another with students.
Mark Leslie
01:09:16
one computer w/ two screens is best
Alison Brauneis
01:09:49
@Becky, you can log into Zoom twice. I would likely use a personal email address in the second instance. DS is the best place to get support for setting up your Zoom accounts and monitor(s). Here are our written tips on viewing students and slides while presenting: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/view-students-and-slides-while-presenting/
Lily Kimbel
01:10:23
Oh! I thought of a cool tip: if you need to pop out of your shared screen and don't want others to see your other screens, you can pause share, and your slide (or whatever you were sharing) will remain on the screen while you are fiddling around in other screens.
Alison Brauneis
01:11:14
We would greatly appreciate hearing your thoughts on this session before you log off: http://tiny.cc/Aug17ZoomBasics
rebecca lester
01:13:14
Thank you so much! I have to run but look forward to many more practice sessions :)
Lily Kimbel
01:13:34
Have to pop to another meeting! Thank you for letting me observe!
Garth Saloner
01:13:46
Thanks so much - very helpful introduction.
Alison Brauneis
01:15:00
For more information on our Zoom teaching practice sessions, please see: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/upcoming-events/august-10-29-practice-teaching-sessions/?occurrence=2020-08-10