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Best Practices for Remote Large Lecture Courses - Shared screen with speaker view
Jann Sutton
21:39
If you are interested in the Zoom polling function you can learn more here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/213756303-Polling-for-meetings
Jann Sutton
21:54
Reach out to CIRT if you need help cirtlab@unf.edu
Laura Jackson
23:30
Another option is the “Quickstart Template: https://www.unf.edu/cirt/resources/continuity/Academic-Continuity_Getting-Started-with-Canvas.aspx#quick-template
Jann Sutton
23:39
This session is being recorded for reference later.
Mitra Asgarinik
23:52
We also have a Quickstart Template for the Fall, which includes a weekly module structure specific to the Fall 2020 semester: https://canvas.unf.edu/enroll/EGNK3L
Jann Sutton
31:48
Nilufer uses MyLab from her textbook publisher. This tool allows students to practice and get quick feedback.
Daniel Mainwaring
43:33
cirtlab@unf.edu is our email
Terri Ellis
44:21
Is the student lounge part of the Discussion tab in Cnavas?
Jeff Harrison
45:04
Is there an automated class attendance list when using Zoom?
Jann Sutton
45:18
Nilufer created a discussion called "Student Lounge"
Mitra Asgarinik
45:29
@Jeff—You can generate attendance through Usage Reports in Zoom.
Jeff Harrison
45:53
Can you create break out groups in Zoom?
Jeff Harrison
46:41
My course is already on a Canvas template. Is there anything new for the remote template that might be helpful?
Laura Jackson
47:22
Here is a link to the quiz tool that Nilufer mentioned: https://www.socrative.com/
FNU Amrita
47:24
How do you check attendance?
Mitra Asgarinik
47:45
@Jeff, you’ll want to Enable Breakout Rooms in your settings and then you can create and manage those rooms.
Mitra Asgarinik
47:56
Enabling Breakout Rooms: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476093-Enabling-breakout-rooms
Mitra Asgarinik
48:10
Managing Breakout Rooms: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476313-Managing-Video-Breakout-Rooms
Andrew Thoeni
48:53
We also have the option to not have class times for remote instruction. Not sure if that’s just for this semester.
Mitra Asgarinik
48:57
@Jeff—The remote template is a simplified version of the usual online course templates we offer. It includes a weekly module structure that’s specific to the Fall 2020 term.
Jeff Harrison
49:40
What is the maximum # of students in a Zoom remote class?
Daniel Mainwaring
49:54
@Jeff 300 is the max zoom size
Jann Sutton
50:46
@Daniel, If you have more than 300 what should fac do?
Mitra Asgarinik
50:46
@Amrita: Here’s a tutorial on how to generate Usage Reports to view Zoom attendance: https://unf.instructuremedia.com/embed/1dc78fb9-7c7c-4edd-9d4d-c18c66943602
Mitra Asgarinik
51:31
Zoom continues to make updates to its features, and since that video was created Attentiveness Scores are no longer available, but you’re still able to view individual names and how long each attendee was in the meeting.
Daniel Mainwaring
52:12
@Jann, If a faculty member has more than 300 students that need to be on at a time, I believe they can reach out to ITS who will be able to assist them with getting a larger limit
Jann Sutton
59:19
Danny is referring to CAnvas Studio videos
Jeff Harrison
01:00:05
Can students set up Zoom meetings themselves if they have group work to do?
Mitra Asgarinik
01:02:00
It’s always a pleasure to support your instructional goals, Danny!
Jann Sutton
01:03:47
@Jeff, yes all of us at UNF have access to Zoom
Jann Sutton
01:04:43
The Zoom link that everyone should use to set up their UNF account it https://unf.zoom.us/
Laura Jackson
01:09:18
Here is a document that is available to students about course types for Fall.
Eirin Sullivan
01:10:59
Thank you :)
FNU Amrita
01:11:15
Thank you very much! This session was very great!
Elizabeth Heuer
01:11:18
Thank you for your help!
Elena
01:11:22
Thank you!
Jeff Harrison
01:11:31
Where did you say the agenda with links will be? Thank you for the course.
Jann Sutton
01:11:50
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Br5wwiUAydvTJSlVsc3c-btCvzqopxjzV8HrCSD30T0/edit
Jutima Simsiriwong
01:11:52
Thank you.
Gokan May
01:12:17
Thank you for this great session