IRC: Zoom for Instructors - Shared screen with speaker view
Who can see your viewing activity?
Is there an effective way to use shared screen for MS Word files?
For this to work, you need to have all the ups you want to use already open before you want to use them.
That’s APS not UPS.
For any MS Word file longer than one page, would having two separate files be a better option than scrolling? In other words, anything longer than one page would be on two files. I do plan to use PPT extensively.
Some of the classes could have several dozen students. It seems likely that a few of the students will be having problems with Zoom. How can problems with a few be handled without bringing the entire class to a halt to deal with those problems?
Also keep in mind that students are joining from all different devices. they may be on a phone screen so using a file with lots of words in a smaller font would be hard for them to read.
When using PPT shared screen, can the instructor use the presenter's notes option without the students seeing the "notes." I know when you present using PPT, this feature is an option. Just wondering if that is too nuanced for ZOOM's shared screen abilities.
Michael J. Solender
When you stop sharing - what screen do students see? Also how do you toggle from sharing one scrrren - ie power point - to another screen ie a website?
Michael J. Solender
How are meeting links assigned and how far in advance are they assigned? Will we as instructors automatically be assigned "back end" access?
On Learnmore are emails associated with student names?
Also, how do presenters get the course Zoom link?
But you won’t see their email addresses?
It's against FERPA to share personal student information and email addresses are covered in that law.
Can guest speakers come to the practice session?
Can you direct me to the link, resources or tools OLLI provides for building our website?
I have to leave now. Thanks for an excellent session.
Website service contact: Dan Kuntzman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cathy (she/they) Rimer-Surles
Thanks Howard for a very informative session!