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SWPACA Moderator Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Kathleen Potts
09:57
We are sending Texas positive energy!
Kathleen
10:00
Aaron, I heard that! One of my students just told me! :)
Francisco Ortega
10:05
Thank you for ding these sessions !!
Francisco Ortega
10:16
“Doing”
Kathleen
14:05
To get to the homepage, use this link: https://swpaca.secure-platform.com/a
Margaret Vaughan
18:56
can people join late?
Stephanie Lim
19:02
each day you have to log back in or does it keep you logged in?
Margaret Vaughan
19:13
to the session
Kathleen Potts
19:14
Did you say that speakers should join as co-hosts?
Keri Stevenson
19:34
What happens if a speaker shows up first and opens the session as the primary moderator? Or is it not possible for them to do that?
Kathleen
20:11
Margaret - you can enter after the session begins - there will be a button that says "Join Session"
Antoinette Winstead
20:20
Are we automatically setup as moderators?
Kathleen
21:31
Or here's the link now: https://swpaca-platform.com/a
Noel Sloboda
22:05
Is link correct? Not working...
Antoinette Winstead
22:12
Thank you.
Kathleen
22:13
OOPS
Kathleen
22:28
https://swpaca.secure-platform.com/a
Noel Sloboda
23:03
Thank you.
Keri Stevenson
24:28
Thank you for answering that question!
Antoinette Winstead
24:40
Do we have the ability to change the time zone?
Beth Sutton-Ramspeck
25:07
Could you explain the help link again.
Antoinette Winstead
25:15
Thank you.
Rafael Fajardo (he/him/his)
35:32
In your experience, will the Participant/Attendees’, and speakers’ names for their Zoom accounts match their names for conference registration? What about folks using handles?
Rafael Fajardo (he/him/his)
36:26
thank you
Allison Bannister
36:43
Can we enable video for participants during the Q&A?
Allison Bannister
37:00
Thanks!
Janet Croft
39:38
HIGHLY recommend enabling live captioning as a default for everyone -- don't just ask if anyone needs it.
Jas
39:50
oh I find live captions on zoom to be distracting and disturbing for those with neurological conditions!
Renae and or Nina :)
39:57
Yes, agree
rrede
40:04
My tendency would be to turn it on by default -- not wait until somebody requests it, especially since they wouldn't necessarily feel safe doing so.
Jas
40:21
actually how can i turn this off now?
Laura Dumin (she/her/hers)
40:36
no
Vikki Godwin
40:36
yes
Alex Claman (they/he)
40:37
Yes
Jas
40:37
no where is it?
Robert Peaslee
40:42
at the bottom
Kathleen Potts
40:46
click the cc live transcript
Vikki Godwin
40:47
Mouse over the bottom of the screen
Laura Dumin (she/her/hers)
41:00
yes, got it
Alex Claman (they/he)
41:06
It tends to have trouble with that too
Kathleen
41:07
and then click on hid subtitle
Jas
41:10
its makes me feel nauseous!
Francisco Ortega
42:20
The access to the transcript file will be provided/available at the end of the session to the moderators
Margaret Vaughan
44:15
I like the idea of being able to go in to listen to a paper that we missed.
Susan Johnston
44:51
Matin, wouldn't the moderator be able to turn off the recording without the Open Water administrators?
Deborah Deacon
44:52
I also want to be able to go back and listen to a paper I missed.
Robert Tinajero
45:13
I don't mind being recorded :)
Robert Peaslee
45:19
I’d like to ask that this discussion move out of this meeting.
Robert Peaslee
45:50
I think that’s been established.
Francisco Ortega
45:53
I do not think is a big issue. Specially if the organizers are giving us the option/alternative
Francisco Ortega
46:01
Ok. Point taken…. Move on!
Kathleen
46:18
Please email me - klacey@southwestpca.org
Janet Croft
46:23
We will need to announce at the beginning of each session that it's being recorded. I think it should be an opt-in, and yes, I'd like to continue this discussion on email.
Jas
47:05
but if the session is NOT being recorded that needs to be stated too for those who are NOT COMFORTABLE WITH THIS INFRINGEMENT OF RIGHTS!
Jas
48:50
and all conferences have to show respect to the speakers in asking them before hand if they agree to be recorded just like we are asked if we would like to be filmed in reality - its the same thing!
Jay W.
50:35
is it still a good idea to ask people to mute while a paper is being delivered?
Janet Croft
51:04
Probably best to mute everyone else during a presentation
Dale
51:14
Sensible.
Kathleen
51:20
Jay - yes. By now, most of us are conditioned to do it, but it always helps to remind everyone.
George Sieg
53:54
A participant in my Area attended a presenter session and communicated to me that you had stated that use of the full screen slide show function *at all* had a tendency to blur text. Is this also the case?
Margaret Vaughan
56:55
Will our virtual zoom backgrounds that we already have set up be available when in the zoom conference (to hide our real background)?
Vikki Godwin
01:02:16
Is there a timer view for presenters who go long?
jebpierc
01:03:04
During a presentation while sharing the screen (with PowerPoint) will the speaker’s video also be available (like we’re seeing now, with screen share on the left and small video window on the right)
Laura Dumin (she/her/hers)
01:03:10
You can hit ESC to make the zoom window not take over your whole screen
Laura Dumin (she/her/hers)
01:03:24
Then you can still see your clock and other windows
Rafael Fajardo (he/him/his)
01:03:36
Will we have access to the Advance Screen Sharing features which allow us to share a portion of the screen?
Kathryn Burrell (she/her/hers)
01:04:28
Drop down arrow in the open chart. Choose pop out.
Robert Peaslee
01:13:59
Has anyone experimented with doing Q&A’s through breakout rooms - having a room for each of the presenters, for example?
rrede
01:16:54
My concern with that would be what if everybody goes into one or two presenters' rooms, and the other one or two are left all alone? (JUst as sometimes people only ask questions of one speakers)'
Janet Croft
01:17:05
That seems like it might cut down on the serendipity of interactions among the audience
jebpierc
01:17:27
During a presentation while sharing the screen (with PowerPoint) will the speaker’s video also be available (like we’re seeing now, with screen share on the left and small video window on the right)
Kathryn Burrell (she/her/hers)
01:17:36
Thank you so much Kathleen and Matin for an informative session! Much appreciated.
Kathleen Potts
01:17:44
Thank you!
Keri Stevenson
01:17:45
Yes, thank you!
Vikki Godwin
01:17:49
Thank you!
rrede
01:17:51
Yes--thank you! This will be my first zoom conference, and it's been very helpful.
dknaff
01:17:53
Thanks very much!
Amanda North
01:17:55
Thank you, we appreciate this session!
Janet Croft
01:18:07
Another good use for private chat: audience member and presenter can share contact information to get in touch later. Since we can't exchange business cards!
Allison Bannister
01:18:18
Are people able to linger in a meeting room after sessions end?
jebpierc
01:18:23
Great! Thank you.
Barbara Tilley
01:18:26
This is my first zoom conference and I’m really grateful for all this help!
Dale
01:18:27
Thank you so much! I know we're all a little nervous about pulling this off next week but I feel much better about things now!Oward!
Nicholas Meriwether
01:18:32
Are there any known issues with those of us running Windows 7?
Dale
01:18:33
Or "onward," whatever.
Allison Bannister
01:18:45
Great, thanks.
Noel Sloboda
01:18:48
This isn't a tech question--but is there a published recommendation for how long individual speakers should be allowed? I have X5 speakers.
Emily Strand
01:19:11
Thanks for the session!
Janet Croft
01:19:21
15 minutes!
Noel Sloboda
01:19:49
Thank you.
lisawagner
01:20:45
Thank you! Have a nice weekend!
Barbara Tilley
01:21:28
What about best practices for reading in a virtual conference?
Susan Johnston
01:23:00
One last clarification about log-in: we need to 1) register a new account the Open Water conference site, then 2) wait for an email with a password that enables us to log in to the Open Water conference site?
Kathryn Burrell (she/her/hers)
01:23:04
create another copy of your paper in your word processor, perhaps enlarge the text, and maybe a sticker next to your camera to remember "virtual eye contact."
Kathleen
01:23:17
Hi Susan,
Kathleen
01:23:55
If you've already registered for the conference on OpenWater's site, you'll use that username and password to log in. Then, you'll be directed to your email to verify, and that will take you *into* the conference.
Robert Peaslee
01:24:39
Gotta run - thanks so much Matin and Kathleen!
Antoinette Winstead
01:25:52
I logged into the link sent and for my session, I don't have the fifteen minute start button. Is there something I need to do?
Nicholas Meriwether
01:26:12
Is it tough to toggle back and forth between slides and video?
Antoinette Winstead
01:26:54
Okay thank you.
Renae and or Nina :)
01:27:23
Thanks so much, this was really helpful!
jebpierc
01:27:27
Thank you! very helpful!
Kathleen Potts
01:27:29
Thank you Matin and Kathleen!
Barbara Tilley
01:27:30
Thank you so much!!
Noel Sloboda
01:27:33
Thank you.
Lay, Samantha
01:27:34
Thank you so much! This was extremely helpful!
Keri Stevenson
01:27:34
Thank you, Matin and Kathleen!
Kim Karshner
01:27:40
Thank you so much! Very helpful!