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Teach Anywhere's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Robert Donius
48:15
Can students record the class on Zoom even when I am the host?
Phillip Payne
49:05
I’ve been making and recording short video lectures
John Stevens
49:43
thanks Phil. Are you doing a recording of a power point?
Michael Calabria
50:06
To those recording lectures, do you do that using zoom?
Phillip Payne
50:12
Yes. I tried making one with my phone and it was’t that great so I switched to voice over PowerPoint
Phillip Payne
50:39
Not using zoom. I ran my classes hybrid, similar to what Mary Rose did. I posted an intro lecture every week
Mike Hoffman
51:08
@Bob I believe participant recording is disabled by default. That being said, a student could use another tool to record anything that appears on their screen
Karla Bright
51:51
@Bob,
Phillip Payne
52:04
I uploaded everything to YouTube.
Karie Altman
52:52
I recorded a series of short Zoom videos (3-9 minutes each) for a lecture. Students would respond to questions in between each video. This allowed students to go through the lectures asynchronously while remaining similar to my usual lecture style.
John Stevens
53:02
Are we better off uploading a recorded power point to moodle, or YouTube?
Karla Bright
53:04
@Bob - I think you can allow the students to record the presentation. You would probably have to turn it on in the online settings. I can look and email you
Phillip Payne
54:12
I only used Moodle to link to YouTube
John Stevens
56:27
How do you contact the Teach Anywhere team?
Mike Hoffman
57:25
teachanywhere@sbu.edu
John Stevens
57:35
thanks
Teach Anywhere
57:58
@John to contact Teach Anywhere, email teachanywhere@sbu.edu
John Stevens
59:03
Lori has a good idea on how we can upgrade quality of recorded narrations without a whole of climbing the learning curve,
Phillip Payne
59:29
I’m onboard with workshops on video making
Karla Bright
01:01:09
@John you would need to upload the PowerPoint with the audio up to OneDrive and link to it in Moodle. The audio bumps up the size and makes it too large to upload directly to Moodle.
John Stevens
01:02:41
how do you upload to OneDrive? I typically don’t use that? Might that be a part of a technology presentation?
Sean Coulter
01:03:14
I think part of the repository of informational videos, etc we should have a place for professors to record general best-practices, good ideas, etc. Also would be good to have classroom-specific tips and insights (IE camera doesn't move well, etc)
John Stevens
01:03:39
Great idea Sean
Karla Bright
01:04:15
@John - It works like Google Drive and I will email the document that I have on OneDrive etc...
Mary Rose Kubal
01:04:30
I have been impressed with the quick and useful responses I’ve gotten with requests to the Teachanywhere email.
John Stevens
01:04:40
Thanks Karla
Connie Perkins
01:05:54
On a similar note...could we get a tutorial on all the resources we have? I'd like to use onenote as a clinical journal tool as well, but would like to know what exactly students have access to.
John Stevens
01:07:06
Connie, I agree.
Mike Hoffman
01:07:10
@Connie sure, we could focus an upcoming session on tools
Connie Perkins
01:08:00
thanks!
Mary Rose Kubal
01:08:12
If you focus on tools, it would be helpful to have examples from instructors who have used these tools in their courses.
Mary Rose Kubal
01:08:26
I find concrete examples to be most helpful.
John Stevens
01:10:04
are people using Microsoft Teams as alternative to Zoom?
Mike Hoffman
01:10:18
Not that I've seen, at least not much
John Stevens
01:11:49
A lot of companies, locally, are turning to Microsoft Teams for shared meetings (Zooms)
Sean Coulter
01:11:55
we used it in the Army side and wife uses it as Olean middle school. its a little clunkier, zoom seems to work much better
Mary Rose Kubal
01:12:27
I’ve heard teams isn’t particularly intuitive.
Connie Perkins
01:13:04
WAHOOO!
Mary Rose Kubal
01:13:26
Thanks!
Heather McDivitt
01:13:33
Thank you!
John Stevens
01:13:37
happy holiday