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Online Teaching Best Practices Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Michael Hudson
20:37
Hello everyone! I'll be monitoring the chat for this session, in case you have any additional questions!
Marcia France
21:49
We do need to be conscious of the fact that some students might not be able to join synchronous sessions, due to internet issues or time zone
hrv
23:45
Good point, Dr. France. We recommend recording instructional sessions so students who can’t attend can view them when they can get internet access. This doesn’t help with contact hours in their case, but it should help them in learning the material.
Online Duke
23:54
Instructors should record every live Zoom session and make it available offline for folks to access when they have viable internet.
Noah Pickus
24:24
right synchronous is voluntary unless u know that everyone can access in equitable way
Online Duke
24:25
HV types a LOT faster themn me
hrv
24:52
My 7th grade typing class has really paid off!
Qian Zhu
25:34
if recording, do we need to get students’ consent?
Noah Pickus
25:37
looking for lure button
Xiaochen Zhang
30:42
I think Marcia & James raised a really good point. Can we remind all students of the Chatham House Rule? This also applies to all courses (eg. economics) that touch upon policies
Megan Lancaster
31:01
Just out of curiosity — is the privacy issue more based on the sensitivity of the discussion or maintaining anonymity for those who do wish to contribute?
hrv
31:26
If you’re using slides with your Zoom session, you could include a slide at the start reminding everyone about the Chatham House Rule.
Marcia France
31:44
I’m working on the next memos to go out to students and faculty, and I have something on academic freedom and Chatham House Rules in it.
Qian Zhu
31:44
that’s a good point.
Xiaochen Zhang
32:12
Thanks, Marcia!
Marcia France
32:55
Can someone post anonymously on the forum?
Noah Pickus
33:16
yes pseudonyms?
Heather Hans
33:45
You could also use the blog tool in Sakai for students to write posts that only the instructors can see
Heather Hans
33:56
or another individual, written assignment
Prof Benjamin Bacon
34:07
pseudonyms is a good option. But would that still be traceable back to a fetid in a lower level database?
Megan Lancaster
34:08
I was thinking pseudonyms could be an excellent option to maintain anonymity in recorded transcripts. Another option could be an audio-only recording (need to look into the logistics of this). But I also recognize that an audio-only recording may still not be fully anonymous. Just brainstorming some alternatives :)
Prof Benjamin Bacon
34:19
Fetid = netid
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
34:52
I have a different type of question. My students are all from the same or similar time zone, so I would like to make my course very similar to the orginal one (does not change much on the lecture time and syllabus), am I right? Should I try to make it close to the face-to-face one?
Fan Li
35:53
there's audio-only recording option in Zoom settings. Also in forums, you can set up anonymous posting. Everyone gets an ID number while the instructors can see identities
Noah Pickus
35:53
how many students?
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
36:04
10 from China, another's time zone is 2 hours different from China.
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
36:17
Totally 11 students.
hrv
36:21
In Sakai, you can enable anonymous posting, but the course site owner (i.e., the instructor) can see who posts what.
Noah Pickus
36:32
what do u know if their technology access?
Marcia France
36:54
Xiaoqian- Yes, you can go for a different time if it works for everyone and they all have access
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
37:50
I sent emails to them to ask if anyone has problem, nobody says anything, so I assume they are all able to access the Internet.
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
39:25
My question is, should I try to make the course close to the real one? Could I assume the original course format is better than the online one?
Maxi-Ann Campbell
39:57
Sorry, how do you use the whiteboard feature?
Jiaxin WU
40:35
@Maxi, you can share whiteboard by clicking "share" button
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
40:37
Document camera.
Haiyan Zhou
42:28
From more
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
42:43
Participants.
Fan Li
42:55
@xiaoqian Possibly we'd have more to discuss if you share how you usually do it in the class. it's different how you be able to do in a live Zoom session
Maxi-Ann Campbell
43:34
I see the option to share my screen, but no whiteboard option @Jiaxin
Haiyan Zhou
44:03
Mine from Participants and then More on the right side
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
44:10
@Maxi-Ann I think the host this time disable us to share the schreem.
Fan Li
44:14
Click into the Share, you will see three on the top row, one is the whiteboard
Maxi-Ann Campbell
44:30
Okay. Thanks.
Marcia France
45:30
Mark - I have done the iPad mirroring with Skype. So it should with iPad
Marcia France
46:01
Zoom, I mean
Fan Li
46:43
Yes! You can do that!
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
47:37
I used to use iPad, it works well.
Maxi-Ann Campbell
50:43
Do we need to tell the Cousera instructor anything?
Megan Lancaster
50:46
If you do choose to sign into Zoom with two different devices, remember to mute one of them. The feedback can be quite the headache!
James Miller
51:28
Can we link directly to coursera videos etc. within the Lessons pages of Saka?
Fan Li
51:36
There was a question yesterday about using Coursera videos in Sakai. Can we embed Coursera videos in Sakai? Any copyright issue?
Maxi-Ann Campbell
51:38
Do we need to tell the Cousera instructor anything?
hrv
51:42
We don’t recommend that, Dr. Miller.
Maxi-Ann Campbell
55:26
Ok. Sounds good.
Maxi-Ann Campbell
55:32
Thanks.
Qian Zhu
55:37
Do we have to use coursera?
hrv
55:47
No, Coursera’s not a requirement.
Noah Pickus
55:51
no
Qian Zhu
56:01
ok, thanks!
hrv
56:03
It’s just being provided as a resource if you think it might be useful.
Konstantinos Efstathiou
58:16
If we make a mp4 video do we then put it on Sakai?
Maxi-Ann Campbell
58:32
Are there already written instructions for this?
Heather Hans
58:57
Yes— you can upload it to Sakai via the Warpwire tool
Haiyan Zhou
59:21
@ Konstantinos, we recommend to put to WarpWire which is integrated to Sakai
James Miller
01:00:24
I find it easier to record directly to Zoom, not using the Poweproint > Warpwire method
Qian Zhu
01:00:36
just had some breakouts of Megan’s video. Did she say each video is recommended 4-5 minutes long?
Fan Li
01:00:38
@konstantinos you can also use Zoom to record. Zoom has an auto recording feature to upload your video in the cloud and you just need to share the link
Online Duke
01:01:13
yes - 4 to 5 minutes long
Haiyan Zhou
01:01:16
Yes, agree with what James said
Fan Li
01:01:36
@Qian Yes. online viewing is very different. 5min is the recommended length
Qian Zhu
01:01:49
If using Zoom recording, can we have a longer video record?
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
01:02:26
@Qian Zoom can record very long video.
Jiaxin WU
01:02:37
@Maxi, the instructions on narrating slides using Zoom and PPT are on the Sakai site-Online Tools.
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
01:02:49
With very small size.
Prof Benjamin Bacon
01:03:06
Hey everyone, sorry I need to leave in a couple of minutes since I have a weekly video (now Zoom!!) chat with the students in my course. Thank you hosts, this has been very helpful!
Heather Hans
01:03:14
Yes, we understand that if you’re recording via Zoom, for now you might be recording longer videos. Our recommendation of 5 minutes is a goal for the long-term.
Fan Li
01:03:19
@qian yes, you can start or stop any time you want. Just keep in mind the purpose of your recorded videos to choose the appropriate length and format
Xiaochen Zhang
01:03:27
If using zoom to record, can we add subtitles? (I found GChina's video has this function)
Haiyan Zhou
01:04:01
@Xiaochen, yes, you can set up auto subtitles
Xiaochen Zhang
01:04:24
@Haiyan Thanks!
Fan Li
01:04:29
@xiaochen that's the auto transcript feature in Zoom
Haiyan Zhou
01:04:33
Also you can edit the subtitles/transcrip
Maxi-Ann Campbell
01:06:23
Narrating PPT with Zoom on iPad is also mentioned? @Jiaxin
Megan Lancaster
01:08:33
You can narrate ppt either through Zoom or the built-in screen recording feature on the iPad
Jiaxin WU
01:08:54
Not specific to using Zoom on iPad. But it would be very similar. We'd like to follow up with you if any question you encounter any question
Marcia France
01:09:09
Some students might not have the internet speeds for video
Maxi-Ann Campbell
01:09:12
Okay. I see.
Maxi-Ann Campbell
01:09:30
Thank you.
Konstantinos Efstathiou
01:15:33
Must go. It would be great to put the PPT of this session on Sakai
Michael Hudson
01:15:48
It can also be very beneficial to tell students what you expect your response times to be! Especially with email
Heather Hans
01:15:49
We will share the ppt and recording, thanks!
Nellie's iPhone
01:19:55
Thank you all! This has been very helpful.
Heather Hans
01:20:12
you’re welcome! :)
James Miller
01:21:22
You guys in CTL/CLI are heroes! Thanks for all this
Heather Hans
01:21:48
Aww, thanks!
Michael Hudson
01:22:06
Thanks James! But also thank all of you for attending these! A webinar is certainly less useful if nobody comes
Xiaoqian Xu, Ph.D.
01:22:28
Thank you! This is a really nice session!
James Miller
01:23:09
[laughing at the beer bars]
Heather Hans
01:23:19
haha
Michael Hudson
01:23:59
gallery view can be very useful in zoom for seeing everyone and how they're engaging with the material!
Prof William Parsons Jr, Ph.D.
01:25:36
Thanks to everyone! I need to go.
Prof William Parsons Jr, Ph.D.
01:25:41
Bye
Heather Hans
01:26:05
You’re welcome!
Fan Li
01:27:23
There's polling in Zoom
Jiaxin WU
01:27:29
Zoom has the polling feature. You will have to turn it on in setting
Marcia France
01:27:52
We have Poll Everywhere in China
Marcia France
01:27:57
We use it at DKU
Fan Li
01:28:01
You can share the screen of PollEverywhere and let the students use their phone to text answers
Jiaxin WU
01:28:19
Poll Everywhere has more question types than Zoom Polling
Fan Li
01:28:21
yes both
Jiaxin WU
01:28:46
We will have to invite individual faculty to the PollEverywhere Inistitutional account
Jiaxin WU
01:30:19
Please reach out to us if you would like to use Poll Everyone and insert polls in your PPT slides
Megan Lancaster
01:30:31
Thanks, Jiaxin!
Fan Li
01:30:34
Please send me PollEverywhere request and I'll add you to our PollEverywhere account
Prof. Ming Gu
01:32:08
Please send me PollEverywhere request
Fan Li
01:32:09
@Megan I'd love to hear about that! adding Polleverywhere in Mac is a headache
Jiaxin WU
01:32:39
@Ming Will add you right after the session, then you will receive an email notification
Jiaxin WU
01:33:27
to activate your account
James Miller
01:34:29
谢谢大家
Qian Zhu
01:34:41
Thank you! It’s quite useful! I have more breakouts today than on Feb. 12 although I turned off my video.
Prof Shixin Xu, Ph.D.
01:35:32
Thanks
Prof Shan Wang, Ph.D.
01:35:54
Thanks :)