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12/02/20: Basics of Zoom Instruction: 2:00 - 3:00 pm - Shared screen with speaker view
diane lee (she/her)
26:56
Hello everyone!
Mohsen Bayati
28:02
Hello, any easy way to save chats after the lecture ends?
mike harmon
29:38
I didn’t see it
Mohsen Bayati
29:48
I didn’t see anything either.
Mohsen Bayati
30:14
Never mind, saw it.
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
30:58
@mike, navigate to “Participants” in the bottom menu. At the bottom of the participants, window, you should see “yes”, “no” buttons along with a few others.
cynthia berhtram
31:04
@Mohsen, you can set chats to be saved in your recordings in your Zoom settings. Here’s an article with more information: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115004792763-Saving-in-meeting-chat
cynthia berhtram
32:11
Also in settings, under Meeting, you can allow participants to save the chat as well.
Mohsen Bayati
32:30
Thanks!
cynthia berhtram
32:42
These settings can be found at https://stanford.zoom.us/profile/setting.
Doug Abbey
33:37
how do i find this
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
34:19
@Doug, you can access it through the “View Options” menu which is visible when you hover over the top of your Zoom screen. View Options -> Annotate
heiner schulz
34:50
How do I access this on an iPad?
Doug Abbey
35:07
can’t view on an i pad
cynthia berhtram
36:39
Annotation in available on the lower left on an iPad, under a pencil icon
cynthia berhtram
37:02
Annotation help article, with iOS information at the bottom: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005706806-Using-annotation-tools-on-a-shared-screen-or-whiteboard
laura blattner
38:19
Do you recommend starting zoom from the Canvas links?
diane lee (she/her)
40:09
@Laura, if you are teaching from home, that would be the easiest way. Just be sure you are logged into your Zoom app on you computer first. If you are teaching from a classroom/faculty studio, there are different requirements for joining the meetings
laura blattner
40:43
Got it, thanks
Paul Abad
47:27
was it just me? I didn't get that last poll.
diane lee (she/her)
48:18
@Paul it wasn’t a Zoom poll. Andrea was asking you to use the non-verbal reactions in the Participants window to respond.
Pamela Levine (she/her)
49:19
@Paul we were doing what you might call a “soft poll” where you just use Zoom’s built-in “non-verbal reactions” that are available on the Participants Tab. As a Participant, you can choose responses like: Yes, No, Go Slower, Go Faster, Thumbs up, etc. The instructor can see everyone’s responses as well as an overall tally for the class, making this a quick way to take the pulse of the classroom without having to set up a poll. I’ll send you a URL to more info about this in just a second –
Pamela Levine (she/her)
49:57
Here’s that link about the “nonverbal feedback” feature” https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/zoom-engagement-tools/
Andrea Taylor (she/her)
50:03
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iDPmfsOo2IFPLT3a3v3GsFnAgh6smAo4Cx3rCezcfao/edit?usp=sharing
diane lee (she/her)
01:01:08
gold stars for breakout room 1!
Pamela Levine (she/her)
01:04:33
Just reiterating that I’ll stay afterwards to continue our breakout room conversation! We got into a good topic of “workarounds” for things that you might typically use the blackboard for in the classroom. Welcome.
Pamela Levine (she/her)
01:06:50
Other Zoom troubleshooting tips for fixing slow/lagging internet are here. For example, plugging in your laptop into the wall outlet actually helps improve performance. Other tips here: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/zoom-troubleshooting-tips/
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:07:45
Sign up for a Zoom Teaching Practice Session for fully online courses: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/upcoming-events/november-2-december-9-fully-online-zoom-teaching-practice-sessions/?occurrence=2020-11-02
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:08:39
Before you leave today, we would appreciate if you take a couple of moments to let us know your thoughts on today’s session: http://tiny.cc/Dec2ZoomBasics
Amir Goldberg
01:10:55
Thank you for a very useful session - I need to drop off
Pamela Levine (she/her)
01:11:02
Another resource: Modifying your course for a compressed schedule: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/modifying-your-course-for-a-compressed-schedule/
Pamela Levine (she/her)
01:12:45
Here is a resource about zoom security settings: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/recommended-zoom-settings/
Steve Ciesinski
01:14:14
thanks, Andrea and others, very helpful
Pamela Levine (she/her)
01:15:05
@Mike definitely meet with Digital Solutions if possible. We also have this article: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/view-students-and-slides-while-presenting/
Pamela Levine (she/her)
01:19:47
@Mike here’s another article about that: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/enable-students-to-meet-in-groups-using-zoom-breakout-rooms/
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:22:57
Here’s the link to our office hours: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/upcoming-events/december-2-and-december-9-drop-in-office-hours/?occurrence=2020-12-02