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Zoom Meeting March 16th - Shared screen with speaker view
ahornstein
04:53
is there sound? unsure if the problem is with my system (which passed the tests) or with the Wes side.
ahornstein
05:07
never mind...the sound started as soon as I sent that message.
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
05:13
Everything is still muted
isaaka
05:23
I cannot hear anything
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
05:39
Please do not unmute yourselves or turn on your video
cgrace@wesleyan.edu
06:37
I also can’t hear Rachel
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
06:52
Everything is still muted
cgrace@wesleyan.edu
07:00
Ah ok
ekleinberg@wesleyan.edu
07:01
I have no audio
Camilla Zamboni
07:06
Thank you for doing this Rachel. Is chat a good way to send in questions? Or should we schedule appointments with you?
HyunHee Park
07:19
good morning!
isaaka
07:34
I just heard the audio for a split second
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
07:37
Please put questions in the chat
Tony Hatch
07:37
Good morning, All.
Camilla Zamboni
07:46
ok - thanks
Melanie
07:49
Good morning
emcalister
08:01
Hey all! I can see but not hear if there is anything to hear
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
08:04
good morning
wpinch
08:09
Greetings
mweir
08:32
Good morning
Laverne Melón
08:33
morning all
Tony Hatch
09:04
Should we be able to hear sound at this point?
Melanie
09:13
I wonder about that too
ahornstein
09:23
Rachel said sound is muted for all of us right now.
HyunHee Park
09:23
No, not started yet
Laverne Melón
10:26
Ah, thanks!
Melanie
15:00
we can't hear the questions from the audience. would you be able to repeat those?
Laverne Melón
15:03
what workshop is for NSM faculty? I couldn’t hear that question
mweir
16:51
alex seems to be muted
shorst@wesleyan.edu
16:53
Can’t hear Alex
Tony Hatch
16:54
His audio is horrible.
kkim01@wesleyan.edu
16:54
we can’t hear
asharma
16:55
Can’t hear the audio well
Melanie
17:00
I can't hear that
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
17:02
can't here
ahornstein
17:02
He's not speaking clearly. too far from microphone
echarry
17:06
Can Alex get close to the mic?
Helen
17:07
muffled audio
Melanie
17:08
Could you basically move closer
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
17:24
still can not hear
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
17:47
not really
ahornstein
17:47
please repeat all questions. we can't hear them.
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
17:50
still very distant
Melanie
18:00
this is far away, I miss you :)
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
18:05
also yes, please repeat questions asked by audience
Mitali Thakor
18:07
Is anyone reading questions in this chat? Please confirm...
asharma
18:10
rachel’s voice was very clear
wpinch
18:28
Yes I am reading all questions
imatesan@wesleyan.edu
18:29
Mitali, yes..
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
18:35
still can not hear
asharma
18:38
Alex still not clear. There is echo
mweir
18:39
Alex is muted again
Melanie
18:40
Oh this is unbearable echo now
Helen
18:43
awful feedback
ahornstein
18:43
what is that sound?
tstrain
18:44
We are getting feedback
ahornstein
18:48
this has gotten worse since Rachel left
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
18:48
lots of echo and feedback
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
18:54
someone else needs to turn off audio
asharma
19:06
no audio now
Melanie
19:06
no voice
asharma
19:14
Rachel, use your audio. It is clear
ahornstein
19:16
no sound at all
Han Li
19:21
No sound at all!
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
19:24
no sound
kkim01@wesleyan.edu
20:24
It worries me if we would encounter similar issues to this when we opt for synchronized classes…
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
20:26
there is no sound
espringer
20:29
can you all hear now?
Helen
20:34
no
isaaka
20:48
No sound
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
20:51
if Alex could please turn on his mic since the mouse movements look like he is talking
ahornstein
21:04
Rachel - when you resume sound, can you later explain how we can avoid these problems in our own classes?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
21:07
yes
ahornstein
21:08
yes
shorst@wesleyan.edu
21:08
yes
Helen
21:10
yes
kkim01@wesleyan.edu
21:10
yes
wrayack@wesleyan.edu
21:13
Yes
isaaka
21:13
yes
Han Li
21:15
yes
emcalister
21:23
Speak slowly and clearly and close to mic. Rachel was good
Melanie
23:06
hard to hear
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
23:28
I couldn't hear what Rachel just said about volume
tstrain
23:36
Anyone away from the mic we cannot hear properly
ahornstein
23:51
please repeat all questions. only Rachel and Alex are hearable.
Melanie
24:53
don't move away from the mic
Jeanne Bonner
25:02
I'm sorry -- how did he know he was transmitting audio? Where's that gauge? Thanks! So helpful!
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
26:33
there was an echo in the room. We had to make sure everyone had the volume in the room turned off
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
27:29
please repeat questions from the room before answering them
Melanie
27:31
We can't hear that
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
27:51
We’re saving questions for the end
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
27:59
that’s what we were saying to people in the room
ssultan
28:01
please repeat the questions since we can’t hear them, and then give answer. thanks!
Laverne Melón
28:04
my “hand” is “up” to ask you to repeat these questions
asharma
29:43
can you talk about authenticated users
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
29:53
Please save questions for the end
asharma
30:04
He mentioned it but said nothing
Tula Telfair
31:59
All my students will be meeting at the same time - we will all be together.
Zhenyao Yang
37:46
Sorry,I am late for the meeting. May I ask about the time duration? It seems I can only use it less than 40 minutes.
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
38:07
Please save questions till after the demo is over
ssultan
40:08
sonia sultan will students be able to join a meeting using that simple Wes page that is accessible from the portal?
Laverne Melón
40:09
zhenyao, you should be OK. I think the limit is for the meeting host, not for the participants, so if they’re using a host ID under the premium or Pro account, the meeting can last for longer.
Melanie
40:19
stay on the mic
Melanie
41:00
please repeat the question
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
41:34
please give answers in the mic...cant hear
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
41:48
This PPT will be available on the Teaching Continuity webpage later today
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
42:53
Everyone, since the control panel of Zoom is not visible in a Zoom meeting, we are making them available in the PPT
Melanie
45:38
Does that mean I have to copy all my student's emails into this for a specific class? I am not sure how to set this up now
ssultan
47:15
sonia sultan for screen sharing, is it possible to use a split screen that includes video of instructor as well as instructor’s screen? video of instructor and of each participant?
ahornstein
47:39
Sonia - yes, my rabbi did that for Shabbat services this weekend. He hasn't shown us how to do that yet though.
espringer
48:00
Sonia, you can have your talking head in a corner for them, using screen share mode
Melanie
49:29
I think it would be good to ask questions now
espringer
49:35
sorry you all can’t see this remotely.
Melanie
50:33
I need a basic example how to set this up and get some students into this. These 500 different options are not working for me. Sorry, I am being a Grumpy German today.
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
50:34
Alex is in the control panel of Zoom right now. That cannot be seen by people joining via Zoom
Tula Telfair
51:07
Can you please discuss security re recording meetings -
Camilla Zamboni
52:29
Rachel, could you reacord a video of what Alex is doing right now and make it available later; right now it is very confusing.
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
52:53
Yes
Camilla Zamboni
53:03
thank you
Tula Telfair
53:10
Re recording, who will have access/ is it secure ? can students make their own recordings on their devices/ can students give passwords away and then others can access the content?
kkim01@wesleyan.edu
55:18
panel is not showing up on the screen…
HyunHee Park
56:43
???
Mitali Thakor
57:07
We cannot see what you are describing
espringer
57:14
(only the host can do this, and you can’t see it on remote session)
wrayack@wesleyan.edu
57:15
Panel is still not showing up on our screens at home
echarry
57:15
we’re just seeing Mac preferences window
Mitali Thakor
57:24
We cannot see your Zoom breakout screen
rkilgard@wesleyan.edu
57:33
Zoom will not show its own preference windows to those online.
imukerji
57:51
you cannot see anything because it is all in the control panel
HyunHee Park
57:56
????
HyunHee Park
58:33
Helloooooooo
espringer
58:37
Rachel said she’s share a screen-recorded versión later. I wish I could just post video of what we see projected at Exley!
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
58:45
please make sure the instructions for working with control panel is part of the ppt since we can't see anything remotely
HyunHee Park
58:57
Please look at what's recorded
cgrace@wesleyan.edu
01:00:39
Thank you Elise!
cgrace@wesleyan.edu
01:01:18
Reassured there will be a screen-recorded version later
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
01:03:08
can students assign themselves to a breakout room?
espringer
01:03:25
I don’t think so
Camilla Zamboni
01:03:37
no, only host
espringer
01:03:40
(we tried it, a batch of us, Friday)
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
01:04:00
can breakout room setups be saved - I will use the same rooms and participants every time.
espringer
01:05:00
great question, I’d also like to set up permanent(ish) groups.......
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:06:38
is content on the whiteboard able to be saved if that is what you are sharing?
ahornstein
01:07:24
Rachel, I've saved 6 questions:1. What is the waiting room?2. What or who are authenticated users? Will it automatically import all registered students? What about TAs or auditors?3. Do we invite participants? Is that the same as authenticated users?4. What is a collaborative whiteboard?5. How do we draw on the screen?6. It looked like some of what you did was specific to the mac environment. What will or will not work for those of us who are on pcs?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:07:35
would it capture ppt and the audio or just the ppt?
Helen
01:08:23
with dual monitors can you share everything on just one screen?
wrayack@wesleyan.edu
01:09:12
Rachel, This is Wendy Rayack. Do I need to purchase a microphone? My computer at home is an HP elitebook has only internal audio. Is there a way to use the phone instead? I do not have funds to purchase new equipment. Thanks.
espringer
01:09:33
Wendy, you don’t need a special microphone
Melanie
01:16:40
great question!!
Christopher Rasmussen
01:17:04
Can I host a meeting with just myself in order to record a lecture and then upload it? Or does a Zoom call have to have more than one participant?
kkim01@wesleyan.edu
01:17:39
With respect to the waiting room, can we let people at a time so we can have a virtual office hours with private one-on-one conversations? Thank you.
wrayack@wesleyan.edu
01:19:32
Rachel, Will the audio be poor if all I have is an elite HP elitbook with only internal microphone? Do I need to purchase a microphone? Or can I use my iphone? Wendy
Jeanne Bonner
01:20:46
Students who cannot access the class online (no high-speed Internet access) would only participate in audio elements of class, correct?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:22:38
**does the content on the whiteboard get saved if the meeting is being recorded??**
emcalister
01:23:55
Q: if this session is working technologically for me now, will it therefore work with a class of fewer students?
jgoetz
01:28:50
Liza: In terms of your setup, with your current computer and internet connection, yes, but it’s possible that Zoom itself or your internet provider will have a lot of traffic and slow down, and that’s unpredictable
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:31:57
Two questions:
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:32:26
(1) I have multiple people working and learning remotely in my household, is that a reasonable reason to want to get a headset..
emcalister
01:32:41
Could we try a thing where someone unmutes and say something so we can hear how that might wortk?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:33:12
(2) would you please demonstrate doing polling so I know whether or not the results are public or private
ahornstein
01:33:16
Rachel - can you please answer the questions that we posted here in chat? Most of my questions from 10:59 have not yet been answered at 11:25. And the same is true for most of the questions posted after me.
Elise Springer
01:33:59
The iPad can be used as a whiteboard…
Elise Springer
01:34:09
(this is the in-room question)
Elise Springer
01:34:31
I’ll flag the online questions soon…
Elise Springer
01:34:41
Can we pre-assign breakout rooms?
Elise Springer
01:34:43
(is the question)
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:34:45
thanks elise
jgoetz
01:34:51
@Erika I’d recommend a headset always, if possible. I don’t know under what circumstances Wesleyan will be providing them, though.
Elise Springer
01:35:14
How do we ensure TAs have access to Zoom pro?
Elise Springer
01:35:18
(in-room question)
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:35:20
@jgoetz I will submit a request now
Elise Springer
01:35:32
undergrad TAs too
wrayack@wesleyan.edu
01:35:40
I suspect that econ would appreciate a whiteboard session. - Wendy
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:35:54
lots
Elise Springer
01:35:57
I’m trying to keep up.
ahornstein
01:36:23
seconding Wendy's request for econ to have a whiteboard session too. How about you post the time/link to all of us and folks can opt in.
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
01:36:48
can breakout setups and participants be saved. I will use the same set of rooms with the same members every time
512-597-5037
01:36:51
I agree Wendy, I'll make an ITS request for Whiteboard training on behalf of Econ.
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:37:36
if you are sharing a ppt, would it capture ppt and the audio or just the ppt?
Camilla Zamboni
01:37:39
these were Abigail's questions from before:Rachel, I've saved 6 questions:1. What is the waiting room?2. What or who are authenticated users? Will it automatically import all registered students? What about TAs or auditors?3. Do we invite participants? Is that the same as authenticated users?4. What is a collaborative whiteboard?5. How do we draw on the screen?6. It looked like some of what you did was specific to the mac environment. What will or will not work for those of us who are on pcs?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:37:53
would you please demonstrate doing polling so I know whether or not the results are public or private
512-597-5037
01:38:54
Chris R, the answer is yes, you can record yourself.\
Elise Springer
01:41:27
Our chat interface doesn’t save things more than a few minutes back, it seems. So if you posted a question that hasn’t been answered, it may be worth asking again.
Elise Springer
01:41:47
How about we prioritize questions that require a live demo, like polling?
Camilla Zamboni
01:42:12
Q: How do you share screen and have both a ptt and your face showing up?Thank you
Elise Springer
01:42:18
(Most yes/no and how-to questions can be handles asynchronously!
ahornstein
01:42:22
This is a repeat (verbatim) from 10:59:Rachel, I've saved 6 questions:1. What is the waiting room?2. What or who are authenticated users? Will it automatically import all registered students? What about TAs or auditors?3. Do we invite participants? Is that the same as authenticated users?4. What is a collaborative whiteboard?5. How do we draw on the screen?6. It looked like some of what you did was specific to the mac environment. What will or will not work for those of us who are on pcs?
Camilla Zamboni
01:46:03
Q: How do you share screen and have both a ptt and your face showing up?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:46:03
I asked before the demo...
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:46:07
thank you.
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
01:46:33
is there a way to sort through the chat comments by person?
ahornstein
01:49:20
thanks Rachel. I missed one thing: for participants: will an auditor or ta be automatically brought in?
kkim01@wesleyan.edu
01:52:21
Rachel, I might have missed your answer but, with respect to the waiting room, can we let people at a time so we can have a virtual office hours with private one-on-one conversations? Thank you.
Helen
01:53:50
repeart question: with dual monitors can you share everything on just one screen?
Elise Springer
01:53:56
KKim, the waiting room allows you to see who’s there and let in any one person as you choose.
kkim01@wesleyan.edu
01:54:26
Thank you, Elise!
wrayack@wesleyan.edu
01:54:35
FYI I have already done this invite for a practice run. during spring break. Only a few students have confirmed participation so far. - Wendy
Elise Springer
01:55:15
During breakouts, what gets recorded? (is the in-room questin)
Elise Springer
01:55:34
It follows “you” (the host)
Elise Springer
01:58:03
asked about unmuting… to try audio interaction
Camilla Zamboni
01:58:25
I could her her well
Elise Springer
01:58:27
I hear Liza
Elise Springer
01:59:11
Yay!
Elise Springer
01:59:37
By the way, if everyone is “on” then Zoom tries to switch audio to whoever’s talking.
Elise Springer
01:59:56
As long as people “give enough space” (politely), it’s fine to have a small room full of people with audio on.
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
02:00:27
Hello everyone!
rschnepper@wesleyan.edu
02:01:19
Any other questions?
Helen
02:01:26
with dual monitors can you share everything on just one screen?
Elise Springer
02:01:54
Scott Kessel wants to know about drawing on a student’s screen…
rkabacoff@wesleyan.edu
02:02:40
can breakout setups and participants be saved. I will use the same set of rooms with the same members every time
Elise Springer
02:02:49
Helen, I’m pretty sure that only your main screen will share.
Helen
02:03:04
thanks Elise
Camilla Zamboni
02:05:15
Q: How do you share screen and have both a ptt and your face showing up?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
02:06:14
Is there a way to sort chat comments by user?
Elise Springer
02:07:21
It is possible to save the chat, and then open it to search it...
Elise Springer
02:08:57
Actually, the chat file is having trouble opening...
Elise Springer
02:09:29
Can breakout groups be saved?
eataylor@wesleyan.edu
02:10:20
Thank you Alex and Rachel!
Jeanne Bonner
02:10:32
Thank you!