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Teaching With Zoom 2021-03/11/21 - Shared screen with speaker view
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
18:27
Welcome to Teaching with Zoom 2021!
colin@e2eanalytics.com
26:28
How do I access my Stanford zoom account? I am lecturer teaching for the first time in a while on campus. Not sure how to access that.
Anne Beyer
27:05
Will this session mostly on technology or also on pedagogy?
cindy berhtram
27:33
@Colin visit stanford.zoom.us. You should be able to log in with your SUNet. Let me know if not and I can help troubleshoot.
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
28:00
@Colin - You can access your Stanford Zoom account at UIT’s page: https://uit.stanford.edu/service/zoom and can adjust settings at http://Stanford.zoom.us (Andrea may give a tour of this later)
Cindy Mazow (she/her)
28:12
@Anne I think it will be a mix. We will talk some about pedagogy with engagement. And, we can talk more about that in the breakout room too.
Anne Beyer
28:30
Thanks, Cindy
Peter Francis
35:27
Can I set up the order before the class starts?
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
37:17
The Teaching and Learning Hub’s ‘Essential Zoom’ resource contains information on spotlighting: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/essential-zoom-features/
Cindy Mazow (she/her)
37:26
@Peter To reorder videos, you move video thumbnails around in the meeting. This cannot be done until students are in the meeting.
Cindy Mazow (she/her)
38:08
@ Peter Here is a link to the Zoom support page on adjusting gallery view https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362323-Changing-the-video-layout-Speaker-view-and-Gallery-view-#h_01EJ7EVXH61CK63G23CJFBQY3C
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
40:32
For more information on using Zoom to support role plays or discussions, see our resource on Conducting Role-plays Virtually: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/conduct-role-plays/
colin@e2eanalytics.com
47:21
So the totals are only viewable by the host?
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
47:24
For a text-based review of the participant engagement tools in Zoom after today’s session, see our resource ‘Zoom Participant Engagement Tools’: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/zoom-engagement-tools/
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
47:49
@Colin - they are visible to the host and co-hosts
Peter Francis
55:41
I am going to office hours, so don't worry about today.
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
56:53
@Peter - Great! We can walk you through sharing a screen at that time.
Nico Woods
58:20
What is the default zoom account for class? Through the professor’s personal zoom account? Do CAs have access to the global settings and recordings?
Cindy Mazow (she/her)
01:03:44
@Nico Whoever sets up a Zoom link should use their Stanford Zoom account. It could be you, or you could provide someone with permission to set up a meeting on your account. If you plan to use polls in Zoom, you should know that whoever is the original meeting scheduler is the persons who can create polls for the meeting. Here is a link for more information https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/schedule-zoom-meetings/
Cindy Mazow (she/her)
01:04:44
@Nico if you want your CA to create polls, they can set up the Zoom meetings too. They do not have to schedule the meetings on your behalf.
Peter Francis
01:05:06
Can you preset this before the class starts?
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:05:09
If you are looking for more information on waiting rooms, our resource on office hours contains some tips and resources: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/hold-office-hours-in-zoom/
Michael Acedo
01:06:53
@Peter, it is possible to pre-assign breakout rooms before class starts. You can find more information here: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/docs/enable-students-to-meet-in-groups-using-zoom-breakout-rooms/
FA: Malia Long
01:12:43
Thank you Mae & Mike!
Michael Acedo
01:12:59
@Peter & Malia, please let us know if you need more information regarding Scheduling Privileges, we would be happy to help get you set up and answer any additional questions.
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:13:07
We would appreciate if you take a moment to share your thoughts on this session before you leave: http://tiny.cc/Mar11Zoom
David Brady
01:14:30
Can we get a copy of these slides?
Peter Francis
01:14:45
@Michael -- I will use the office hour resources as well as other more training, so I'll get there :-).
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:15:11
@davd - yes we will share the slides and a recording of this session within seven days of the session. When they are ready, we will email them out to all participants.
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:17:15
The Teaching Playbook on the Teaching and Learning Hub’s website is a great resource on teaching online, especially if you are teaching online for the first time: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/instructional-continuity/teaching-playbook-2020/
FA: Malia Long
01:17:33
Thank you!!!
Heidi Patel
01:17:38
Thanks so much! Super helpful!
Natasha Overmeyer
01:17:40
Thank you!
Alison Brauneis (she/her)
01:17:43
Here’s the feedback survey link again. We would appreciate if you take a moment to share your thoughts on this session before you leave: http://tiny.cc/Mar11Zoom
Camille Dawson
01:17:48
Thank you!
Peter Francis
01:17:54
Great job