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09/01/20: Basics of Zoom Instruction Webinar: 12:00 - 1:00 PM - Shared screen with speaker view
diane lee (she/her)
06:13
https://web.stanford.edu/group/instr_design/cgi-bin/zoom_background_code/zoom_background_v2.html?inputcolor=blue
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
07:41
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moses_supposes_his_toeses_are_roses
Mary Barth
09:12
Never teach without water handy :)
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
09:26
yes, very important to hydrate!
Mary Barth
10:07
Hello
Mina Madrigal-Torres
10:08
Hello!
Alison Brauneis
10:12
Hello from Sunnyvale!
diane lee (she/her)
10:12
Hello! I’m in San Francisco
Ken Shotts
10:17
Hi everyone, from the corner of the stanford campus.
Stephen Comello
10:17
Hi! Tuning in from Mountan View
Graham Weaver
10:20
Hey Everyone! This is Graham Weaver. I'm coming from Marin County, CA
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
10:33
Hello from San Francisco
Danielle Diuguid
10:59
Hi from Brooklyn! Thanks for letting me join, I’m a TA this year :)
diane lee (she/her)
13:14
Hello!
Michael Acedo
13:35
hi everyone!
Cogan, George
17:51
is there a way to fix the gallery view so that when you flip to a new page you don't see some of the same people? Or can you fix positions of people?
diane lee (she/her)
18:51
@George, unfortunately at the moment you cannot customize the gallery view but this is a feature that Zoom is planning to release soon (hopefully this month)
Brian Jacobs
18:51
Hi!
kevin schulman
19:00
Hello from Menlo Park
Cogan, George
19:06
great! thanks.
Cogan, George
19:20
Hello from Maine
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
20:52
no offense to dads
Mary Barth
21:12
can you share screen on another device (like a laptop) without being two people on Zoom?
Graham Weaver
21:30
for sure
Ken Shotts
22:23
On polling, is there a way to do things like have people enter values and calculate means in real time (as one could do in polleverywhere?)
Stephen Comello
22:30
Is there a summary view for a yes/no poll- say if you have 200 students ?
Brian Jacobs
23:25
I don’t see view options
Mary Barth
24:10
I'm having trouble making the pen work..
Brian Jacobs
25:16
I found it!
Mary Barth
25:38
which option is to draw?
Ken Shotts
26:03
@Mary it’s 3rd from left “draw” with squiggly line
diane lee (she/her)
26:17
@Mary if you have multiple monitors, you can share from any of those displays. However if you are logging in from another device, then yes, you would show up twice in the meeting
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
26:26
@Ken unfortunately the polling in zoom is not very fully featured and would not be able to capture values and calculate means
Mary Barth
26:32
Thanks!... to both
Ken Shotts
26:33
@Elaine
Ken Shotts
26:41
Thanks, that’s what I thought, but wanted to double check.
diane lee (she/her)
29:03
@Stephen, if you use a Zoom poll, from your view as host you will be able to see summary results. You can find specific instructions and a screenshot here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/213756303-Polling-for-meetings
Alison Brauneis
29:06
@Mary - you can change the color of the pen by clicking on ‘Format’, which is further over to the right in the annotation bar. The zoom support page has more information on annotation tools: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005706806-Using-annotation-tools-on-a-shared-screen-or-whiteboard
Stephen Comello
29:27
@Diane - fantastic - thanks!
Mary Barth
30:00
@Alison, thanks!
Alison Brauneis
32:14
@Stephen - if you use the participant engagement features in the Participant window to do informal polls, the hosts and co-hosts will be able to see a summary of “votes” for yes, no, go slower, etc.
Stephen Comello
33:36
@Alison - very helpful, thank you!
Mary Barth
36:13
When is it better to use the personal meeting room?
Michael Acedo
37:04
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1WoJl1uSaZc_mg8isw5cmpHdCIgJIK8hyIrKGr-Ily3k/edit
Ken Shotts
38:24
General rule of thumbs: FAs will do this much better than faculty will. (at least in my case….)
Cogan, George
38:38
How many are recording their classes? Don't we want the students to show up in person?
Mary Barth
39:43
@George, I'm not recording my class.
Cogan, George
40:14
I want to be able to tell the guests that they are NOT being recorded. Is there a way to just shut it off definitively?
Ken Shotts
40:16
My class isn’t recorded except for guest speaker sessions for the entire MBA1 cohort.
Stephen Comello
40:40
@George - I am definitely not recording my class
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
40:54
@mary, I think of personal meeting room as useful for starting a real quick meeting since it’s always available and you don’t need to schedule it. It’s not recommended for back-to-back meetings or people you don’t meet with regularly, since it is always available to someone with the link unless you lock it or use the waiting room feature. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/203276937-Using-Personal-Meeting-ID-PMI-
Michael Acedo
41:08
Please reach out to us if you have any questions regarding scheduling privileges! Tech Resource Group <trg@gsb.stanford.edu>
Mary Barth
41:37
@Elaine, Thanks!
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
42:18
@mary no problem!
Brian Jacobs
42:41
Does anyone at t he Teaching and Learning Hub have experience with Zoom Rooms?
diane lee (she/her)
43:52
@George you can set your preference to not record automatically in your personal Zoom settings.
Alison Brauneis
45:03
@George - we have seen other instructors specifically not record courses with guests. So this is in alignment with others supporting this type of course experience.
Danielle Diuguid
45:27
Do you recommend setting up recurring meetings for each section (the same meeting link) over individual meetings for each class? As a student, I found this easier because I could save the meeting link in my calendar instead of always having to go into Canvas
Michael Acedo
47:27
@Graham As a follow up to the scheduling privilege issue you had, if you refresh the Settings page when trying to add your FA, you should be able to assign scheduling privileges to her. Logging out of your account and then back in should also solve the problem.
diane lee (she/her)
47:30
@Brian, I do not believe Stanford has a license for Zoom Rooms. We would recommend you reach out to Digital Solutions if you need support for using a room system and Zoom (gsb_zoomsupport@stanford.edu)
Brian Jacobs
48:12
Thx
Andrea Taylor (she/her)
48:44
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1iDPmfsOo2IFPLT3a3v3GsFnAgh6smAo4Cx3rCezcfao/edit?usp=sharing
diane lee (she/her)
49:09
@Danielle, we do recommend recurring meetings for class sessions. However, zoom links should be updated after the add/drop date so that students who are dropped no longer have access to the meeting links
Danielle Diuguid
56:52
Thanks!
ziv shafir
57:11
Who is taking questions primarily through chat and hand raising, and who is having folks jump in as they wish?
Stephen Comello
58:18
Announcing that the chat room will end in x minutes - is that adhoc, or programmed?
Cogan, George
58:20
@Ziv, my TA who is a second year said that chat worked much better for the classes she took in the spring
Alison Brauneis
58:46
For more information on our small group Zoom teaching practice sessions, see our website: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/upcoming-events/august-10-29-practice-teaching-sessions/?occurrence=2020-08-10
Ken Shotts
59:43
Thanks for hard restart tip. That’s non-obvious.
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
01:00:14
@ziv in the teaching & learning hub teaching playbook for 2020 we have some recommendations for calling on students and facilitating discussion that were based on faculty who taught in the spring https://tlhub.stanford.edu/instructional-continuity/teaching-playbook-2020/#elementor-toc__heading-anchor-3
Michael Acedo
01:02:00
@Stephen, you are able to disable the notification that breakout rooms are ending in the breakout room options. You can also adjust the time the window closes if desired. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476313-Managing-Breakout-Rooms
Alison Brauneis
01:02:08
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/Sep1ZoomBasics
Alison Brauneis
01:02:31
Reach out to us anytime for your teaching and learning related questions: http://tlhub.stanford.edu/contact-us
Alison Brauneis
01:03:00
We have text-based resources on our website, called Playbook for Teaching in 2020/21: https://tlhub.stanford.edu/instructional-continuity/teaching-playbook-2020/
Alison Brauneis
01:06:07
@Stephen - you can also send messages to the breakout rooms and these are done manually. These appear in the green “pop-up” boxes in the breakout rooms. While we were in the breakout rooms, Andrea sent us a message to say that we would have about 2 more minutes.
Stephen Comello
01:06:37
@Alison - fantastic.
Ken Shotts
01:06:51
Thank you Andrea, and everyone, for the session! (I’ve gotta run).
Danielle Diuguid
01:07:19
As a student, background slides are really helpful!! We get very distracted and it’s hard to listen to a lecture on Zoom for a long time :)
Stephen Comello
01:07:24
Thanks to all - need to jump off as well. Most helpful!!
Danielle Diuguid
01:07:24
@Brian ^
Alison Brauneis
01:07:49
Thank you for attending today’s session. We hope you picked up a few tips for your course(s). 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/Sep1ZoomBasics
Brian Jacobs
01:09:29
I have to go to another meeting. Thanks!!
Elaine C. Smith (she/her)
01:09:32
to update Zoom, go to the zoom.us menu in the upper left corner of your screen, and choose “check for updates"
Danielle Diuguid
01:10:13
Thanks for the session!
Alison Brauneis
01:10:51
@Mary - you may be interested in seeing slides from Kate Casey from our session last week on Leading Effective Discussions. She includes a couple of pictures of her setup: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cEOmFNXHUt0O9Pj3RYiHJcA1hKStLd4F/view?usp=sharing
diane lee (she/her)
01:10:55
video on how to update your app https://gsbmedia.stanford.edu/media/t/0_bban7bll