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09/02/20: Teaching in Autumn: Faculty Panel: 10:00 - 11:00 AM - Shared screen with speaker view
rebecca lester
30:52
Did anyone have to confront students who would NOT put their camera on, and if so, how?
Steve Goodman
33:18
I like using the chat, except that it is a problem that we can’t copy from the chat. Is there any way to configure Zoom so folks can copy info being shared through the chat?
Alison Brauneis
35:58
@Becky - we will save your question for the Q&A at the end
Gabriel Weintraub
36:01
I would ask student to have cameras on, it really makes a difference in terms of engagement. I reminded them of that as a class several times during a lecture but I didn’t feel comfortable doing it individually as some students may be under circumstances (with kids for example) that may be hard to have their cameras on.
Graham Weaver
36:28
I would love to hear a little more about the excel file - I didn't really follow. Is every student answering every question?
Graham Weaver
36:36
and how are you tracking that?
Graham Weaver
36:48
and is it a shared google file?
szu chi huang
38:29
Yes, it is a shared google file, and every student will go there to answer the questions when I ask them to. And everyone can view that at real time; afterwards, I can download the file and save that for later participation point as well (added bonus).
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
42:19
@steve saving chat transcript is turned off at the university level, but we have heard of sort of a hack-y way to save, which is to select the chat text and drag it into a Google doc. You may get mixed results with this, however, and it is not officially supported.
joshua rauh
44:30
@Elaine, I am trying to select chat text and drag into google doc, not working for me
Alison Brauneis
45:20
@josh - it’s a little finicky, but I have had the best luck with dragging from the bottom to the top of the text and then dragging it into the doc.
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
49:12
@josh, agree with Alison that it’s a little finicky, I get it to all come over maybe 1/4 times. I’m trying to do some more testing to see what makes a difference, like where I’m clicking.
Stephen Comello
51:11
@josh - what works for me is dragging to Notes (Mac) then to g-doc
Stephen Comello
51:18
Works each time
joshua rauh
51:33
Thanks all. I'm on Windows and still haven't gotten it to work but will keep trying
Alison Brauneis
51:35
Thanks for sharing @Stephen!
Gabriel Weintraub
52:01
@josh One note regarding the chat, like with recordings, you may want to tell students in advance that you may save them.
joshua rauh
52:32
got it, good point
Alison Brauneis
53:23
If you are video recording the session, you can check your settings to make sure that the chat is being saved as well. http://Stanford.zoom.us then go to Settings -> Recording
Stephen Comello
54:58
@Gabriel: how did you coordinate the Task and yourself to help students with questions in the breakout rooms
Stephen Comello
55:12
TAs - not Task
joshua rauh
55:38
@Allison wait I thought Elaine wrote saving chat transcript was turned off at the university level. Are you saying that if you record the session, the chat saving is enabled?
Alison Brauneis
56:48
@josh - yes if you are video recording the session, then you can confirm that the chat is being saved too. Elaine is referring to being able to copy text in the chat within a meeting- this is shut off at the university level.
joshua rauh
57:07
got it, thanks
Alison Brauneis
57:47
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Gabriel Weintraub
58:49
@Stephen we did something simple. The TA would start from the top and I would start from the bottom or something along those lines. If a group would call the first one available would attend it. Sometimes the TA or me would arrive second and we would just leave.
Stephen Comello
59:53
@Gabriel - thanks most helpful.
diane lee (she/her)
01:02:08
The new course policy/norms document that Paul Oyer sent out last week has a place to indicate your preference for video on or off https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jCmWgWdaGdcL8PGWcnJYZv2RH9En-pgV/view
diane lee (she/her)
01:07:52
@Stephen, we have heard from other faculty that it was helpful to have a separate channel for communication for the teaching team. Some used text, WhatsApp or Slack
Alison Brauneis
01:08:13
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Stephen Comello
01:08:58
@Diane - I have heard that as well - I suppose we will become experts in a multiscreen universe ;)
Rita Popat
01:10:47
Thank you!
Stephen Comello
01:10:56
Thank you all!
grace lyo
01:11:04
Thank you for a great discussion!
Alison Brauneis
01:11:09
https://web.stanford.edu/group/instr_design/cgi-bin/zoom_background_code/zoom_background_v2.html?inputcolor=blue
Jessica Meyer
01:11:13
Thank you!
Cogan, George
01:11:13
Thanks! I have to run to another call...
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
01:11:24
https://gsbmedia.stanford.edu/media/Introduction/0_yg29iuhm
diane lee (she/her)
01:11:29
The virtual background generator is also linked in the course policy/norms document
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
01:11:33
whoops wrong link