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IUS 2021: Session Chair Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Francois Vignon
10:07
Is it possible to preview the prerecording beforehand?
miguelbernal
10:55
Who plays the videos? Are we in charge of doing this?
Caterina Gallippi
11:24
Just a comment: I know there was some flexibility on the length of the poster presentation recordings. Some of the pre-recorded poster videos will be longer than 3 minutes.
Richard Ruby
12:55
In oral sessions, who starts the next pre-recorded video?
Kang Kim
14:05
Do we introduce each talk and speaker?
Mohamed Almekkawy
14:22
Should we play the prerecording in all cases or only in the case of a no show case?
Jagan Devkota
15:03
Should a session chair record if someone was not available for QA and report?
Jagan Devkota
16:46
To confirm, session chairs don’t need to worry about playing pre-recorded videos. Right?
Shogo Inoue
16:58
Do we introduce only speaker or speaker + all co-authors?
Richard Ruby
17:10
If the speaker wants to present live, is that possible?
Matthias Rutsch
19:30
In my session, I am the second or co-chair. What is the difference between first and second chair?
xukailiang
19:54
so from the speaker side, can they share their screen, if necessary?
Xueding Wang
20:33
If a speaker does not show up for Q/A, how do we use that time?
Bob Addison
20:47
I assume that cochairs can split up the duties regarding different papers
Hong Chen
22:57
How long is allowed for each poster presentation? Is it 3 min presentation + 5 min Q&A?
OLIVIER BERNARD
23:57
poster presentation + Q&A should take 10 minutes in total
Jagan Devkota
25:18
First co-chair can introduce first half and the second co-chair can introduce second half
Richard Ruby
27:31
when I logged on to this session this morning, zoom asked for a passcode, then after 10 sec, it defaulted to allowing me in. As chair, will there be a passcode (so far none seen) or can I count on the zoom to default me into the session
Yook-kong Yong
29:28
How about the invited papers?
Max Pitschi
29:36
Is the Q&A part recorded?
Jerome Baranger
31:14
If the speakers want to share their screen, should we do something to grant them this permission?
Nick Bottenus
34:06
The copyright release authors sign asks about audio/video recordings. Is that to allow the videos to stay on the platform for that limited time, or posted somewhere permanently?
Francois Vignon
41:29
Will all attendees of one session be topologically located in the same room according to the zoom session they were just in?
Francois Vignon
43:45
It’s only chat, no way to live screen in gather town?
Francois Vignon
44:01
ok
Helen Mulvana
44:07
so we can ask the audience and speakers to join us in our own area in gather town, eg MTN space
Richard Ruby
44:14
So at the end of the session, the chair should encourage all the speakers to go to gather town to answer any further questions?
Helen Mulvana
44:14
post MTN session
Jagan Devkota
44:24
How to go to the gather town? Will everyone get a link?
Shigao Chen
46:07
Maybe IUS can prepare a 2 minutes introduction video of Gather Town for the session to play after the session?
Richard Ruby
47:24
After encouraging the speaker to go to gather town, can you show how that person goes to the correct room (I think you did, but not sure)
Jan Brown
47:32
Adding at end of session will not allow keeping to schedule
Jagan Devkota
48:44
Best is to post the video on webpage and send the link
Jagan Devkota
50:15
Thank you!!
Tim Ziemlewicz
50:18
Thank you Zhen!
Kathy Nightingale
50:21
Thank you, Zhen!
Julianna Simon
50:24
Thank you, Zhen!
Robert Rohling
50:25
Thanks Zhen
Costas Arvanitis
50:29
Thank you, Zhen!
Shigao Chen
50:37
thank you , Zhen!
Piero
50:38
Thanks Zen!
Diya Wang
50:38
Thank you!
Mohammad Mehr
50:39
Thank you
Charles Emery
50:40
Thank you