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March 6th, 2020, 10 am -11 am Keep Teaching Online with Zoom - Shared screen with speaker view
Ray Oppenheimer
01:47:20
Hello
Martha Klironomos
01:47:23
hello
Anne Linton
01:47:23
bonjour!
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
01:47:24
Hi
Anna Studwell
01:47:24
hello
George Frankel
01:47:27
hello
Jennifer Stimson
01:47:28
I might have guest speakers so how can they join?
penguin
01:47:28
hi
Masahiko Minami
01:47:32
hello
Adrienne Cool
01:47:32
Hi. Thanks for doing this.
Tae Furuse
01:47:35
hi
NATALIA IGU
01:47:37
hello
Lilit Mazmanyan
01:47:39
Good morning
Tyler Cohen
01:47:40
Morning!
Adrienne Cool
01:48:17
I don’t have the reactions button. Maybe I’m using a different version of zoom?
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
01:49:45
My students use the hand raise button though
Jennifer Stimson
01:49:53
Do students have to update their zoom also?
George Frankel
01:50:13
I'm seeing Martha and Natalia who aren't participating, can I close their windows
Martha Klironomos
01:50:46
I am here
Masahiko Minami
01:50:49
Does Zoom app function in the same way?
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
01:51:54
This question is a bit in the weeds, but turned out to be super crucial for my classes. Is there a way to turn down volume in Zoom without using system volume controls on my computer? I ran into this issue yesterday in a class where I was located in the classroom and some students were in Zoom while others were in the class with me. I needed to be able to manage volume of Zoom dynamically depending on who was talking so that I could avoid echoes if the person talking was in the room with me. Since I was plugged into an HDMI for projector I couldn’t control the volume on my Mac. So I had to keep disconnecting my computer the projector every time I wanted to adjust volume
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
01:53:12
THanks
Heidi Fridriksson
01:54:00
Please open a browser and log in to sfsu.zoom.us
George Frankel
01:59:03
What is the course you have scheduled at noon?
Jennifer Stimson
01:59:04
Would I have to add this join meeting for each class and section or can I do it just once
Anna Studwell
01:59:27
Could you repeat where you add the zoom link in iLearn?
George Frankel
02:00:55
Since students can set up their own zoom study groups, if I give individual assignments does it make it easier for students to cheat by conferring with each other?
Jennifer Stimson
02:00:58
Ok so recurring for the rest of the semester if we closed?
Adrienne Cool
02:01:09
if I want to set up a recurring meeting not associated with a course do I do the same thing (e..g for meeting with research students)?
Jennifer Stimson
02:01:25
Perfect!
Anna Studwell
02:01:36
we recommend starting the zoom meeting 10 mins early too :)
Anna Studwell
02:01:56
thanks!
Adrienne Cool
02:02:00
Also: when I use zoom in a course, will students get a reminder email with the zoom link close to the time? how do they get reminded that the zoom is about to happen?
Tyler Cohen
02:02:11
If it’s a class that meets twice per week, do we set up 2 recurrent meetings?
George Frankel
02:02:40
Do I need to log into zoom.us every time I have a zoom meeting?
Jennifer Stimson
02:03:17
So this seems easy and we could just add it to our classes and hide it unless needed?
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:04:50
Suggestion that came from my students: if you’re running Zoom meetings while other classes are still on campus, your students may need you to start 30 min late or end 30 min early (depending on whether morning or evening class) so that those who want to attend from home can have enough commute time
Jennifer Stimson
02:05:01
And then where do students for for Zoom help?
Anna Studwell
02:06:00
good idea to do it now since there's already students staying home sick from class
Anne Linton
02:06:00
I have a class in which a GTA teaches 50 minutes at the end of one session. If I host a meeting, can I leave for the last 50 minutes, or will it close the zoom meeting?
Adrienne Cool
02:06:14
I don’t understand what Jennifer means by “hiding” the zoom. is that a thing in i:Learn?
George Frankel
02:06:39
If I record the zoom meeting I assume the students can watch it later. Can I tell which students watched the lecture?
Anne Linton
02:07:02
Will the iLearn support desk be open for student support if the campus closes?
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:09:05
Re Zoom recording — I recommend saving to cloud rather than your own computer, because if you do the latter then the file will likely be too big to upload to iLearn. If you choose “record to cloud” then you’ll get a link in your email and can post the link to iLearn (rather than the video file itself)
Jennifer Stimson
02:10:31
How do you bring in these items?
Adrienne Cool
02:10:44
Does share show everything on your screen or just a particular window?
Jennifer Stimson
02:11:02
So how do you pull in your slides to show the class?
Jennifer Stimson
02:11:10
Or videos and such?
Jennifer Stimson
02:11:24
Thank you!
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:11:34
Are you going to cover breakout rooms?
David Quintero
02:11:57
Can you share a portion of your tablet screen? Like, you can Select Area for what you want to share on your screen.
Jennifer Stimson
02:12:27
So assuming students find raise hand the same way
Jennifer Stimson
02:14:13
Are there any sort of Zoom instructions for students or is it not necessary?
Anna Studwell
02:14:14
how did you clear all?
George Frankel
02:14:30
I use course-stream. Is there a way of integrating zoom and course-stream?
Anna Studwell
02:16:33
do you have recommendations for how to manage/monitor a chat while you're lecturing if there's just one of you lecturing?
Anne Linton
02:17:14
How can I put students in “discussion groups” in zoom?
David Quintero
02:17:19
How can I download the recorded video?
Anna Studwell
02:17:34
thank you
Masahiko Minami
02:18:29
How can I show PowerPoint?
George Frankel
02:19:13
the slide is fuzzy is there a way to make sure its clear to students
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:20:04
Is there a way to have chat window visible when we’re running a presentation in full screen? I’m finding I like to ask students questions (and have them reply in the chat) while I’m presenting but have to jump out of full screen if I want to see chat window (even when it’s in “pop-out” mode). Any tips?
Jennifer Stimson
02:21:24
So let me make sure I understand this. If I’m showing a video I would use that share button at the bottom and that would share the sound with the studtents and video?
Jennifer Stimson
02:22:37
Oh you are clicking those at the bottom for this .
Adrienne Cool
02:22:58
oops didn’t mean that to be private :)
Jennifer Stimson
02:23:53
So you mute all and then unmute yourself
George Frankel
02:24:26
where is that manage participants button, I don't see it on my screen at the bottom
Anna Studwell
02:25:25
what is a zoom webinar? (is it the same as a regular zoom session)?
Anna Studwell
02:26:13
ok thank you!
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:26:29
Re webinar number of participants — wow!
Adrienne Cool
02:26:55
what do I do if a student says they don’t have access to a computer at the time of my class?
George Frankel
02:29:30
If students watch the recorded zoom lecture, how do they communicate with me to ask questions
Anne Linton
02:29:50
yes!
Jennifer Stimson
02:29:52
Better yet
Jennifer Stimson
02:29:56
Better yes
Lilit Mazmanyan
02:30:00
Great start! Thank you,
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:30:09
Yes, this was super helpful, thank you!
Adrienne Cool
02:30:14
i always use the white board a lot in my class and only use ppt a little. what do I do?
Adrienne Cool
02:30:33
what kind of set up do I need to do “khan academy” type presentation?
Tae Furuse
02:30:34
Yes, this is very helpful! Thank you!
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:30:49
Question for both hosts and participants — do people know the academic policy on hosting faculty meetings in Zoom? Is there a rule against this?
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:31:46
Can you explain the options in the attached image
Adrienne Cool
02:32:57
sorry i missed how to hide all the videos
Heidi Fridriksson
02:33:43
Joshua I would choose share publicly just to minimize the risk that users get locked out but then only share it in iLearn where only your students will find it.
Jennifer Stimson
02:33:57
I’m not seeing how to do this on my screen at the topl
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:33:58
@Heidi - thanks!
Adrienne Cool
02:34:50
thanks!
Jennifer Stimson
02:35:34
I am not getting this screen share but maybe if I practice with a fake meeiting
George Frankel
02:35:57
Can I pick and choose who to see? I'm seeing Martha and Natalia and Masahiko, can I just close their windows
Jennifer Stimson
02:36:04
But even the choices
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:36:14
Is it possible to enable simultaneous screen sharing for myself and a student or for two students?
Adrienne Cool
02:36:24
i missed what you said about how I could do more testing on my own
Adrienne Cool
02:36:59
can you say a little more about how I could use an iPad? I have to write lots of equations on the board so it’s really hard to do that in ppt…
George Frankel
02:37:20
Can I split the screen to show zoom and also the powerpoint I want to screenshare?
Adrienne Cool
02:37:51
got it. thanks! this has been very helpful
Anna Studwell
02:38:07
did you say ask iLearn about Adrienne's iPad question?
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:38:13
Are there significant interface differences between the Zoom desktop app and the Zoom browser version (i.e. I’m curious about things my students might be encountering that I’m not seeing because I use the desktop app)
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:38:44
Ah, OK
Heidi Fridriksson
02:40:03
Getting started with Zoom (basics):https://athelp.sfsu.edu/hc/en-us/articles/217643657-Getting-Started-with-ZoomEngaging students with Zoom (advanced):https://athelp.sfsu.edu/hc/en-us/sections/360004913874-Zoom
Joshua McVeigh-Schultz
02:40:04
Since it sounds like you won’t have time to talk about breakout rooms - I’m wondering if I could just ask one question. Is it possible to name your breakout rooms instead of having them just be numbered?
Heidi Fridriksson
02:40:27
Not that I’m aware of Joshua