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Pedagogy in the Time of the Pandemic - Zoom - Shared screen with gallery view
Shane & Mary Gomes
17:11
How many current FT and adjunct faculty are teaching this semester?
Shane & Mary Gomes
17:26
Thanks!
richardboner
18:19
I am not hearing audio
Karen Price
18:42
did you test your audio on the bottom left of the screen?
matthewsiebert
18:51
Is it possible for students to use Zoom (through Canvas or through their GSuite) with each other this week, in order to practice before classes next week?
Shane & Mary Gomes
20:07
If you set up your Zoom classes/meetings in Canvas, then your students can login to Canvas, click on Zoom and then join the particular meeting/class.
Karen Price
21:37
There is also a test version of Zoom at zoom.us/test that I recommend students to use to test audio and video etc.
Shane & Mary Gomes
24:23
Svetlana, you could also reduce your computer volume or ask your students to reduce their computer volume to try to reduce the echo. Might try that.
mriad
24:33
if you try to use a headset, it reduces echo!
Dr. Bill Thierfelder
25:06
Svetlana sounds good to me.
Richard Fox
25:33
You can also set Zoom to mute on entry.
richardboner
36:35
David, I am sitting in front of my a
richardboner
37:43
I am sitting in front of my Apple desktop and hearing and seeing everything well. Should I come to campus and use my classroom computer or can I just lecture on my desktop at home?
David Williams
38:27
If you can zoom effectively from home, that’s what people should do. The option to come in to the physical classroom, while campus is open, is a backup plan for people who couldn’t zoom from home
richardboner
38:42
Thanks
Julia Beeman
42:02
assuming our core competency artifacts are set aside this semester...?
Shane & Mary Gomes
42:03
Margot: Are we required to enter Attendance in Self-Service for the remainder of the semester? Can we do it optionally still?
Angela Larner
42:15
Do we still record in self service?
Margot Rhoades
42:20
No need to record attendance in self-service
Shane & Mary Gomes
42:40
Thanks
mriad
43:07
I break the 2 hr class into 3 part sections, one is discussion, the rest is highlighting and bringing new areas they may have discovered in the assigned readings and the rest is lecture. We've had 3 classes and they're working out great!
Nat Cote
43:27
Would like to learn more about how to access info/analytics in Canvas about how often students are logging in etc.
David Williams
44:27
Marina has a really good example of breaking it up, for a longer class. Nathalie: bookmark that if you would, it’s a good topic for an individual session
Emily Williams
44:58
For Canvas, it's very simple.
Nat Cote
45:24
Would like to know how/if it's possible to use Zoom or Canvas to be available by video during office hours rather than scheduling a specific meeting
Judith McDonald
45:42
I agree with the idea that less is often more, especially at the beginning of using these new tools.
Angela Larner
45:47
Where do we access those types of videos?
Angela Larner
46:01
Is there a Canvas course that will be in our dashboard?
David Williams
47:13
Nat - more Zoom than Canvas, I think. The Personal Meeting link should do it. Angela - we’re working on setting up such a Canvas course
Judith McDonald
48:49
They are zooming and facetiming in K-12 schools.
Janet Rasmussen
50:00
Heather is very talented and helpful in this area. Thanks all!
loconnor
53:50
I have edited my syllabi in Canvas to reflect the new reality.
Nat Cote
55:51
Are you using Google Slides? Or Powerpoint?
David Williams
55:59
Google Slides in Chrome
Karen Price
56:09
This is Google Slides
Karen Price
56:36
If you use the Gsuite products it is very easy to share with students and you can allow students to collaborate n real time using Google documents
Emily Williams
56:58
You can easily see "docs.google.com" at the top of the screen they are sharing.
troy hunt
58:34
For instance, my class and I conduct a Zoom Session next week. In setting it up the Zoom meeting, it is set up to record. Where will the recording be particularly for students in other time zones?
Angie Larner
59:00
Has anyone already met with their students in Zoom? Any common technology they are having that we can prepare for in advance?
David Williams
59:18
Instructors/hosts have to specifically share the recording; Zoom notifies when it’s ready and processed, if you’re sharing to the Zoom cloud (which is the default)
Angie Larner
01:00:50
great to know!!!
Shane & Mary Gomes
01:01:06
There are currently 43 people in this Zoom meeting. I have several classes with 25 students. Are we able in Zoom to see the Video Screen of our students all at the same time? Right now, I can only see a maximum for 12 videos of your beautiful faces. Are we able to see all 25 students?
Karen Price
01:01:52
Again as an FYI, try using zoom.us/test to allow students to simply test connectivity, webcams, microphone, etc.
Karen Price
01:03:31
Shane, there are limits to how many videos you can see at a time based on how large of a screen you have or how many windows you have open
Shane & Mary Gomes
01:04:21
Thanks Karen, I am on my desktop at home and I was able to pull the screen down (bottom left corner) and now I can see 22 of you! You all look great!
Karen Price
01:04:34
Shane, you will also see there are arrows that allow you to scroll through the video of who is online. If you click on participants you can also see names in list format
Shane & Mary Gomes
01:04:53
Thanks. Got it.
Rajive Tiwari
01:08:08
We need some training on Hangouts too. Is Rooms, for example, the best way to talk to the whole class at the same time? Also, students are having trouble getting on it. Someone needs to look into that.
Shane & Mary Gomes
01:08:10
Karen, if you record your Zoom meeting in Canvas. The recording will show up in Canvas, under Zoom, under "Cloud Recording".
Karen Price
01:09:48
yes, thank you Shane. It is also possible to save the recording to your own computer or drive storage. Screencastify.com screen capture mini video recordings most easily share to your Google drive and then are shareable as links.
Shane & Mary Gomes
01:10:08
Great
Judith McDonald
01:10:24
Thanks so much for leading this session.
David Williams
01:10:34
Very welcome!
Julia Beeman
01:10:42
thank you David and Karen!
Buddy Motz
01:10:58
I have learned something from each of these presentations. Thank you for having them.
Trey Cunningham
01:11:06
David & Karen thanks much!
Janet Rasmussen
01:11:32
Thanks all!
richardboner
01:12:58
Thanks for helping those of us who are not technologically savvy, especially yours truly!
Richard Fox
01:13:56
Thank you. Very helpful.
Bennett Quillen
01:16:58
David and Karen, Thank you very much.
Karen Price
01:17:35
bac.zoom.us is the campus sitewide Zoom site.
Trey Cunningham
01:19:03
That has been an issue since day 1
David Williams
01:20:11
Agreed!
Shane & Mary Gomes
01:20:47
On Android phones: the app is "Canvas Teacher"
David Williams
01:21:23
Canvas Teacher on iOS also
Amy Hargett
01:23:03
I am trying to set up zoom in canvas right now and it is telling me "error code 2216" the instructors email amyhargett@bac.edu is invalid. Who can help me?
Nat Cote
01:24:09
To whom do we report problems using Zoom? IT?
David Williams
01:24:37
Depends on the nature of the problem, but IT is a start
Rajive Tiwari
01:26:40
Thanks, David and Karen!
Shane & Mary Gomes
01:27:00
Thanks everyone!
Angie Larner
01:27:06
Appreciate the help!!
Rebecca Munro
01:27:42
Thank you!!
Dr. Bill Thierfelder
01:28:02
Thank you