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Zoom - Univ. Washington: Session #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Robyn Foshee
50:52
What sorts of challenges have you run into, Scott?
Lori Ferro
51:07
How do you share your screen in a window?
Francie
51:09
I would love to see a little demo of the poll
Liz Snow
51:24
Would you be able to demonstrate the breakout rooms in this Zoom meeting?
neilmvs
51:56
I second the Poll questions. Did you say you prefer Zoom polloing over PollEv?
Marco Innocenti
52:13
@Francie - we will be walking through a Poll example in a few minutes. :)
Jenni Campbell
52:16
Is there a tutorial you could point us to showing how to play video?
Marco Innocenti
52:29
@Liz - we will demonstrate Breakout Rooms in a bit as well.
Katie Emerson-Hoss
53:41
Have you had any trouble with sound bleeding from one break out room to another? Is that typical Does it make a difference if you set up the groupings or if you have Zoom do it? Thanks!
UW-IT Zoom Help
54:20
@katie have you experienced that, or are you simply curious about it?
yvonne7
54:31
How is the video changing to each peson who is talking? Does it do this automatically?
Jill
54:39
Is there one host? Does that host have more options available on their screen?
UW-IT Zoom Help
54:48
@yvonne that is an automatic thing
Robyn Foshee
54:49
thanks!
Katie Emerson-Hoss
55:05
I did experience it using a meeting with about 24 folks in it. I set them up into groups automatically
yvonne7
55:26
Awesome, thanks.
UW-IT Zoom Help
55:32
@Katie, I'd be curious to see what @marco thinks on that
Katie Emerson-Hoss
55:45
Maybe too in the weeds. Just wondered if it was common, but maybe it was a strange glitch
Francie
57:40
Wonderful, thank you!
Robyn Foshee
57:51
Thank you for sharing your experience, Scott!
Jason Smith
58:03
THANK YOU SCOTT!
Terry K
58:24
Thanks Scott!
nwcsc@uw.edu
01:03:55
Hi Marco, I was recently helping conduct a Zoom webinar and we selected Mute All Participants - however, this also muted our panelists who were speaking during the webinar. Is there a way to mute all participants but not panelists?
Katie Emerson-Hoss
01:05:15
How do I as a participant change my view to gallery?
ChristineW
01:05:53
Can you speak a bit to what you see as a presenter when participants use the Yes / No / Go Slower / Go Faster buttons?
Katie Emerson-Hoss
01:06:44
I don’t have that
Francie
01:08:04
me too
Robyn Foshee
01:08:09
same for me
Jenni Campbell
01:08:11
samje
Tim McCabe
01:08:11
same here
Susan Corvialis
01:08:19
same
karag2
01:08:24
same with mine
Susan
01:08:27
You're not alone, Katie!
Terry K
01:08:33
try the full screen view
yvonne7
01:08:34
Me too....I don't have it.
karag2
01:08:36
is it because we're participants instead of hosts
Robyn Foshee
01:08:47
Maybe because the screen is shared?
sashby
01:08:53
Cna't see the gallery button either :)
Robyn Foshee
01:09:05
:)
Tim McCabe
01:09:10
now i have it
Susan Corvialis
01:09:11
There
sashby
01:09:12
Ther it is!
Robyn Foshee
01:09:13
hooray!
yvonne7
01:09:16
Yes, now it works
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:09:19
excellent!
Robyn Foshee
01:09:21
WOOOOO!!!
Katie Emerson-Hoss
01:09:35
Thank you!
theresa
01:13:41
can you randomly assign someone to groups then move a panelist / moderator to that room?
Rachel Drapeau
01:13:51
Is there a limit to the number of individuals that can be put into a break out room? Also is there a cap for participants per each Zoom meeting?
Liz Snow
01:14:02
Can anyone share their screen and interrupt the presenter?
Katie Emerson-Hoss
01:15:06
If I leave a breakout room do I go back to main room?
Ryan Hink
01:15:15
How many co-hosts can there be?
Liz Snow
01:15:46
CAn you then invite a participant to share their screen, if you are the host?
David Arceo
01:16:09
What is the purpose of a break-out room?
Jill
01:16:21
How do I raise my hand in the main room?
David Arceo
01:16:30
Is it for a group activity? So groups can work their answer, and then get back to the main session?
Marco Innocenti
01:16:56
@Jill - you can raise your hand when you open the Participants icon
Beth Lytle
01:17:16
We had a question about setting up the time left message in the breakout rooms and how that looks from the host side.
Katie Emerson-Hoss
01:17:36
I’ve used it to have smaller group discussions. With a national audience I use it for folks to get to know one another and discuss whatever the topic is. I haven’t had them work on something together, I like that!
Erin Van Antwerp
01:18:01
Does all this work the same with a HIPAA account?
Liz Snow
01:18:21
Can you label breakout rooms? Can participants pick their own room?
Jason Smith
01:19:28
@Erin yes, everything we are discussing is offered using the HIPAA account. Cloud recording isn’t supported in the HIPAA account, but you can record to your local computer.
nwcsc@uw.edu
01:19:47
Can you use attention tracking during webinars or just meetings?
Robyn Foshee
01:20:12
but if I’m taking notes in another window, that would look like I’m not paying attention
Jason Smith
01:20:25
@Erin, reports don’t display participant names in the HIPAA
Anna Marie
01:20:57
that score can be deceiving- for example, I'm taking notes in OneNote and that window has focus most of the time
Robyn Foshee
01:21:13
thanks for addressing that
Robyn Foshee
01:21:23
I don’t want to see students being punished :)
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:21:37
Definitely have to interpret that number charitably
Karis
01:23:02
I have a question from a student perspective...
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:24:00
@Karis, what's your question?
Karis
01:24:08
We can use a shared net-id, correct? for instance, if our graduate program were to buy uw zoom account, could multiple grad students can use the account?
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:24:51
@Karis, we highly recommend against using shared NetIDs. In our experience, logging into multiple accounts can cause quite a bit of confusion.
Karis
01:24:51
I'm super grateful for all the info about how to use zoom but some of us are still struggling how to access this service. Perhaps not all students can effort to pay for the service.
Robyn Foshee
01:25:28
students don’t need to have an account to participate in your class or meeting
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:25:34
@Karis anyone can join a Zoom meeting without needing a Pro account. The Pro accounts are more for the host's use
Jason Smith
01:25:36
@Karis, yes, you can use a shared netid, but it can be problematic because you can’t host two meetings at the same time. So you have to coordinate meeting times.
Jason Smith
01:26:18
@Karis, you can sign up a for a free basic account if you want to host meetings. Go to zoom.us and get a free account. You get up to 30 minutes of free meeting times.
Katie Emerson-Hoss
01:27:34
I like to report out response rate as I’m watching it build - to build motivation for folks to answer. “We are at 69%. Hoping to get to 90%"
Terry K
01:27:53
Thanks for the information!
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:27:55
@katie great suggestion!
Scott Spaulding
01:28:13
@Katie. I do, too. If I know I have 20 students, I see 18 answers and tell everyone we have 2 more
Karis
01:28:13
I understand that I do not need an account to participate. Thank you for the info about 30 minute free time. My question is, are there resources at UW to allow access for students withouth having to pay ... at least $48. As a graduate student, I can also see the benefit of having an account when it comes to group work and knowledge sharing.I am
Karis
01:28:21
happy to take this conversation offline. Thank you.
Katie Emerson-Hoss
01:28:24
Thank you!
ChristineW
01:28:51
Who is the best UW contact to reach out to to learn more about our specific use cases?
yvonne7
01:29:00
Thank you Scott, Jason and Marco!
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:29:06
@Karis the Zoom service is paid from a UW budget number. if there is a business need for a grad student to have a Pro account, your department can request one for you
Karis
01:29:17
excellent!
Karis
01:29:29
I'll let our program director know.
David Arceo
01:30:09
Where is this going to be posted?
UW-IT Zoom Help
01:30:12
@Christine you can contact us at help@uw.edu or 206-221-5000. We are happy to do consultation with you.
David Arceo
01:30:14
Url?