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08/06/20: Basics of Zoom Instruction Webinar: 1:00 - 2:00 PM - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Voorsanger
08:44
Hi all
Alison Brauneis
09:38
Hello and welcome everyone!
Michael Acedo
10:17
Hi everyone!
gary dexter (he,him)
10:50
Hello all!
Susan Elliott
11:44
Hi
Alison Brauneis
13:43
To update Zoom (after the call), navigate to zoom.us -> Check for Updates in the menu bar.
stephen johnson
22:00
Stephen here. How did you split screen between slides and participants?
Sven Beiker
23:02
Hi everyone - nice to see you!
Greg Rosston
23:02
Are polls anonymous?
Maggie
23:05
Hi!
daniela saban
23:07
hi all!
gary dexter (he,him)
23:15
So the host can lock the view setting?
Cynthia Mazow
24:29
@ Greg polls are anonymous
Elaine Smith
24:30
@stephen, if you move your mouse to the top of the screen, you can use the view options dropdown menu and select “side-by-side mode”
Elaine Smith
25:01
you can also use the vertical slider to adjust the size of slides vs participants
Cynthia Mazow
25:22
@ Gary the host can spotlight a video for all participants. If someone pins a video, this affects their view only
Alison Brauneis
26:09
@greg rosston - There is the option for both anonymous and non-anonymous polls. The “Downloading a report of poll results” section of the Zoom polling help support contains more information on the reports: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/213756303-Polling-for-meetings#h_fe37b3f4-8e05-4b87-bd66-12d8c7f19ff8
Cynthia Mazow
27:32
@ Gary does this answer your question?
demarest
30:49
I have videos in my keynote presentations…did you say those might be problematic?
Cynthia Mazow
31:30
@demarest - yes, they might be problematic. You may need to have a backup plan. Like sharing the videos on Canvas
Alison Brauneis
32:03
http://stanford.zoom.us
Cynthia Mazow
32:59
@demarets - if you do want to try to share your video, after you click share screen, check the boxes to optimize sharing for video and to share computer sound
Michael Acedo
37:57
Zoom scheduling privileges: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WoJl1uSaZc_mg8isw5cmpHdCIgJIK8hyIrKGr-Ily3k/edit?usp=sharing
Sven Beiker
43:32
What is the standard way to get the Zoom link for a class session to students? Posting on Canvas? Send out by email? Other?
Michael Acedo
45:14
Let us know if you have any questions with recordings and/or scheduling privileges: Tech Resource Group <trg@gsb.stanford.edu>
Elaine Smith
47:17
@sven your FA has been trained on the recommended approach for scheduling Zoom meetings and will also know how to share with students across all of your courses
daniela saban
47:39
I have a very naïve question: is it possible that I can't copy from the chat?
Elaine Smith
47:48
We are working to standardize this across the GSB
Elaine Smith
47:56
(described in the teaching playbook 2020) https://tlhub.stanford.edu/instructional-continuity/teaching-playbook-2020/#elementor-toc__heading-anchor-2
stephen johnson
48:12
Sorry, what are the pros and cons of wrapping Canvas around Zoom? When would it be necessary if ever?
Sven Beiker
49:04
@Daniela - I have also noticed that, also on other online collaboration platforms. Seems like a chat is not supposed to be copied … for whatever reason!?
Elaine Smith
49:04
@daniela, not at all, copy of chat has been disabled at the stanford university organization level
Sven Beiker
49:22
Thanks Elaine!
daniela saban
49:36
thanks, Sven and Elaine!
Elaine Smith
50:00
thanks for your questions!
Cynthia Mazow
51:22
@Stephen - if you schedule your zoom session within Canvas, then the students are able to see the recording of the session within Zoom, if you choose to record. Also, the Zoom link appears as an event in the course calendar
Alison Brauneis
52:13
For more information on breakout rooms, see the ‘Small group work’ section of our Playbook for teaching: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/instructional-continuity/teaching-playbook-2020/#elementor-toc__heading-anchor-3
Cynthia Mazow
52:45
@Stephen - However, if you are teaching multiple sections. Scheduling a Zoom session within canvas is not recommended. See this page for information about scheduling for multiple sections
Cynthia Mazow
52:48
https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/schedule-zoom-meetings/
Andrea Taylor (she, her, hers)
52:53
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iDPmfsOo2IFPLT3a3v3GsFnAgh6smAo4Cx3rCezcfao/edit?usp=sharing
Nir Halevy
01:05:15
Are breakout room discussions recorded as a default? If not, how can we record them?
Maggie
01:05:53
Thank you. I need to go to my next Zoom meeting.
Alison Brauneis
01:06:01
Thanks for coming Maggie!
Cynthia Mazow
01:06:06
@ Nir The host will need to give permission to a participant in a breakout room to record. The person with permission will then be able to record the breakout session. That recording is saved locally on their computer.
Alison Brauneis
01:06:12
For more information on our Zoom teaching practice sessions, see our website: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/upcoming-events/august-10-29-practice-teaching-sessions/?occurrence=2020-08-10
gary dexter (he,him)
01:06:26
I would much rather have a practice session with your staff before inviting other colleagues in - want to master basics first :-) Is that at all possible?
Cynthia Mazow
01:07:21
@ Nir to give permission to record, find the person’s name in the participant list and click on the down arrow to give permission to record
Alison Brauneis
01:07:43
@gary - one option that may be good is to drop in to our office hours. We can transfer host privileges to you so you can practice using features. We can also set up a consultation by reaching out to us at http://tlhub.stanford.edu/contact-us
Alison Brauneis
01:08:24
For more information on our office hours, please see our website: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/upcoming-events/august-12-september-9-drop-in-office-hours/?occurrence=2020-08-12
Alison Brauneis
01:09:02
Before you hop off the call, we would appreciate hearing your feedback on this session: http://tiny.cc/Aug6ZoomBasics
demarest
01:09:58
Thanks for a really helpful session…have to go to my next mtg. Thanks again.
Alison Brauneis
01:10:24
Contact us: http://tlhub.stanford.edu/contact-us
daniela saban
01:10:41
thanks a lot!!! this was very helpful!
Alison Brauneis
01:10:47
Teaching Playbook: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/instructional-continuity/teaching-playbook-2020/
Greg Rosston
01:11:07
Thanks. This was very helpful.
gary dexter (he,him)
01:11:26
Thanks everyone.
stephen johnson
01:11:31
Thanks very much!
Nir Halevy
01:11:34
Thanks Cynthia.
Mark Voorsanger
01:11:51
Thanks for all the support!
Nir Halevy
01:11:57
Thank you everyone!
Charles O'Reilly
01:12:14
Is there a way for me to "see" the entire class even as I'm teaching and using slides/videos?