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Summer Remote Instruction Q&A - Shared screen with speaker view
Raj Singh
14:36
hello
Aaron Potter
14:47
Hey all
Jennifer Najera
21:30
can you provide an example of a “well crafted” discussion board?
Stephanie Miller
22:45
I’m wondering the same re: well crafted discussion board.
Shelley Guyton
25:41
Hi Lauren. You mentioned preliminary assignments. What is that? And how do you do that online? Thanks!
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
28:27
canvas is great!
Eric Johns
28:31
Oh thank God!
Michelle Stockdale
28:35
Yay, Canvas!!
Frank Ramos
28:37
I definitely agree.
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
28:42
opt-in please
Shelley Guyton
28:43
Yay!
Frank Ramos
28:49
Canvas please.
Jennifer Najera
28:56
i’d like to use canvas
Lewis Luartz
29:32
Canvas is quite intuitive, so I'm definitely looking forward to that over the iLearn platform.
Yunhee Min
29:48
Art requires showing lot of images. What is the best way to share images?
Aaron Potter
30:55
I have students asking me to upload Zoom discussion videos to YouTube - my dept. have indicated that this may violate FERPA rules. What's the guidance here?
Nicole zur Nieden
31:10
How do I link out to a google drive from ilearn?
Yunhee Min
31:31
Could you go over some basics in Zoom for first time instructors? When would they be able to get Zoom Pro?
Madison Brookshire
31:34
Similar question as Yunhee’s about images: what about media, like movies, and video clips?
Devon Hackelton
31:51
I've been storing Zoom discussion videos on the campus cloud and providing the link to students on iLearn
Jennifer Najera
32:44
i heard that you cannot upload zoom videos to ilearn
Devon Hackelton
33:08
yes, store it in the cloud
Shelley Guyton
33:21
Do you recommend any video conversion software? Or is there something available through UCR for conversion?
Aaron Potter
33:30
Note: powerpoint defaults to recording in WMV format - students w/ Macs needed to convert it. Make sure you use 'vanilla' MP4 format
Timothy Ballard
33:49
I’ve made Zoom videos and put the link onto Course Materials on I-Learn
Jennifer Najera
33:55
so, just link to lectures on ilearn
Jennifer Najera
34:06
*from iLearn
Shelley Guyton
34:12
ok thanks!
Aaron Potter
34:13
Windows Movie-Maker is free, intuitive
Ann Kwinn
34:35
Can students directly access Zoom recordings or are these in the instructor's account?
John Medearis
35:04
Could you explain the upcoming "remote build cohort" to which Leonard has referred?
Jennifer Najera
35:10
what’s a good length for a lecture?
Jennifer Najera
35:18
in an online class?
Jennifer Najera
36:12
!!!!
Ethan Castro
36:14
Gotta keep it interactive!
Jennifer Najera
36:20
6-10 minutes!!~
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
36:22
I'm also interested in the "remote build cohort"
Ethan Castro
36:30
Imagine you’re competing against all the youtube tutorials
Lewis Luartz
36:36
I am checking my Zoom account via UCR and it says it is currently a basic account. While this isn't a problem given the summer course is only 30 participants, it does limit lectures to 40 minutes. Do we only have Zoom Basic access available for summer?
Ethan Castro
37:19
a. Open a web browser and visit https://servicelink.ucr.edub. Login using UCR netid credentialc. Click “Make a Request” at the top of the paged. Click the “Software Request” tilee. Fill out the form, selecting “Zoom” in the software drop-down. If instructor will teach course with over 300 students, please indicate that requirement on the Additional Information field.f. Click on Submit. After submission, you will receive an automatically generated confirmation email and a follow up email when your account is ready. You can also login the UCR Zoom site https://ucr.zoom.us to verify your account type a day after your request to verify.
Jennifer Najera
37:28
that’s going to be a ton of small videos to replace six hours of lecture during the summer session :(
Ethan Castro
37:39
^ for Zoom Pro license, they usually grant within a day
Stephanie Miller
38:30
Yes I am wondering the same thing about filling 6 hours of lecture content a week in an engaging way
Ethan Castro
38:42
😎
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
38:47
can summer sessions be pass / no pass?
Lewis Luartz
38:51
Thank you so much Ethan! :)
Mia Carino
39:12
Will you be discussing the whiteboard feature and how to be interactive in zoom
Leonard B Taylor
40:07
I have not had any input regarding summer being pass/no pass. There have been conversations, but as of now it's up to the student to decide. I do know there are conversations about increasing student's use of S/NC courses for graduation. I expect more clarity in a few weeks.
Erin Conlisk
40:47
Am I alone in not having UCR netid credentials? I'm not currently enrolled or employed, just a "lecturer-for-hire"...
Yunhee Min
42:16
The Senate has suspended S/NC for spring but it would be a good idea to continue this policy for summer.
nick herman
43:57
Can you discuss more “live discussion” is that what we are doing right now? A meeting?
Madison Brookshire
44:30
Could you talk about best practices to avoid and/or handle Zoom bombing if it happens? How common is it?
Devon Hackelton
46:35
Zoom is goofy with its tools to turn on and turn off things such as annotation, etc. Some of the tools are listed when you set up a meeting, and other features are only visible when the meeting is actually occurring. Just an observation...
Frank Ramos
51:52
Is there an instruction anywhere that states they must use their UCR NetID, or will we have to inform them of that in our syllabus?
Devon Hackelton
53:41
You can also kick people out of the meeting using the "Manage Participants" during the meeting.
Michelle Stockdale
53:43
Lauren, I know you're not really going into Canvas content right now but do you know if "Proctorio" (or another test proctoring system) will be available?
Yunhee Min
53:54
can you talk about breakout rooms?
Cara Rae Joven
54:13
I think this is still a zoom question but what’s the best way to share and watch a video with audio with the class?
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
54:13
how can graduate students who are hired to teach get textbooks from publishers? I filled out a request but they said they couldn't verify.
Shelley Guyton
54:21
What are our options for textbooks and materials? Like making ebooks available?
Yunhee Min
55:50
Please talk about co-host functions for TA tasks
David Hillis
55:52
Is it possible to monitor the breakout rooms without having to enter the room?
Leonard B Taylor
56:22
Regarding graduate TAs, the academic department needs to submit their information to Summer Sessions so that we can get them processed so that they appear in the systems, which will let them get access.
Lauren Horn Griffin
56:34
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476313-Managing-breakout-rooms
Stephanie Miller
59:15
ebook quesion
Lauren Horn Griffin
01:01:25
dani.cook@ucr.edu
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
01:01:31
Does UCR offer equipment like microphones for recording lectures?
Lauren Horn Griffin
01:01:34
Library— all thing ebook
Stephanie Miller
01:01:49
Seems like there should be an option for students who can’t afford the book, but used to be able to read at the library.
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
01:01:59
what about graduate students hired as Instructors?
Ethan Castro
01:02:39
you can use smartphone as mic/webcam
Devon Hackelton
01:03:05
I already have a student who has told me this spring she cannot meet one of my live Zoom classes due to a test she has to take in another department that overlaps with our scheduled class time. Is there (will there be) a protocol in place for summer to avoid such intrusions on live classes?
Frank Ramos
01:04:24
Would we also contact Dani about scanning pages in books not found online, but in hard copy in the library?
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
01:04:56
^ yes I wanted to scan things for my course to avoid textbooks!
Matthew Bond
01:05:28
Long question: For spring, the University Writing Program has asked instructors to not require or depend on synchronous meetings. For summer session, will there be a global recommendation or mandate about using/not using synchronous meetings, or will that be dept./program-dependent? For example, my summer class will be an oral communication class, which seems to need group meetings. Would I want to modify my approach for/against live, scheduled meetings/lectures?
Aaron Potter
01:05:35
Synchronous/Asynchronous, not Symmetrical/Asymmetrical?
Stefano Vidussi
01:05:38
In reply to Devon: Instructors should not use for either lectures or test time that is not the one in the schedule of classes
Miguel H. Lopez
01:06:25
Hi everyone, I just heard about this meeting a few minutes ago.
Stephanie Miller
01:07:30
You can put it in a google docs link and put the link in this chat
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
01:08:20
Do we have any software lisences for scanning ?
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
01:08:26
we as in UC
Mia Carino
01:08:50
How does the lock meeting feature work?
Michelle Stockdale
01:09:11
Turboscan is great too
Jennifer Najera
01:09:26
scanbot
Jessica Gutierrez Masini
01:10:34
thank you!
Jonathan Nye
01:10:44
Is there a preferred plagiarizing scanning service for UCR?
Stephanie Miller
01:11:00
safeassign built in on ilearn
Aaron Potter
01:11:03
Some depts., such as the UWP, declared all classes "online," so there is no "time" set aside for us in the schedule. So there can't be a synchronous class meeting. I tried to set up, and students had overlap with classes which had declared times. Ask your dept. if they did the same.
Mia Carino
01:11:08
will you be sharing the link to this so I can share with the rest of my faculty?
Jonathan Nye
01:11:10
Ok thanks!
Raj Singh
01:11:27
How to store my videos in Google drive?
Mia Carino
01:11:44
Thank you. This is a great webinar you are doing!
Raj Singh
01:12:04
Thanks!
Shelley Guyton
01:12:09
This has helped my anxieties for summer. Thanks!
Stephanie Miller
01:12:13
Lauren, question on your online teaching style. Do you ever give group projects that require collaboration?
Devon Hackelton
01:12:14
Thanks for the great information!
Michelle Stockdale
01:12:15
When will we know whether Canvas will be available for Summer? Also, will it be noted in the schedule as being a "Canvas Course"?
Frank Ramos
01:12:23
So, group chats are not recorded?
Madison Brookshire
01:13:24
Thanks so much for this! Incredibly helpful. Can I ask where the scanning info / resource was on the website again?
Devon Hackelton
01:13:36
Chat is recorded as a txt file if you save your video locally. However, breakout room chats are not recorded to my knowledge...
Frank Ramos
01:14:05
Thanks.
Madison Brookshire
01:14:46
Thanks!
Stephanie Miller
01:14:48
Any talk about having check in sessions about teaching like this during the summer if we have questions/issues? The cohort was for trainings ahead of summer session right? Not for summer check ins?
Lauren Horn Griffin
01:14:49
https://keeplearning.ucr.edu/how-scan-documents-home
Leonard B Taylor
01:15:03
I sent the Provost information via email
Stephanie Miller
01:15:12
Great thanks!
Devon Hackelton
01:15:17
Thanks Leonard
Aaron Potter
01:15:41
STRONG Rec: practice Zoom meeting functions by making family members log in to 'test' meeting set up in your house. Learned lots of things to do/not do that way.
Frank Ramos
01:15:55
Is there going to be TA specific training this quartr as well, or instructor only?
Stephanie Miller
01:16:02
Will you create cohorts based on types of course/teaching styles? Like visual vs. writing vs. oral communication, vs. science/math etc?
Yunhee Min
01:16:30
Thank you. Could you offer these sessions again and during summer session?
Stephanie Miller
01:17:31
Yes thanks
Frank Ramos
01:17:51
Thank you.
Lauren Horn Griffin
01:18:14
lgriffin@ucr.edu
Leonard B Taylor
01:18:28
leonard.taylor@ucr.edu
Lauren Horn Griffin
01:21:02
https://keepteaching.ucr.edu/news/2020/03/24/intellectual-property-and-copyright-course-materials-during-covid-19-remote
Michelle Stockdale
01:23:48
Thank you, Lauren and Leonard, for the great information and support!
Frank Ramos
01:24:00
Thank you. This was very informative.
Madison Brookshire
01:24:14
Thank you!!!
Raj Singh
01:24:14
Thanks!
KHALEEL ABDULRAZAK
01:24:16
Thanks for all the info
Devon Hackelton
01:24:17
thanks all
David Hillis
01:24:22
Thank you
Erin Gould
01:24:23
Thank you!
Erin Conlisk
01:24:24
Thank you!