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Ivrit Kala - Shared screen with speaker view
wendy fielding
31:31
שרה
Marcia Falk
42:42
Rahel, can you please explain how to use the icon for hand-raising?
Shirah Weinberg Hecht
42:56
ta'anug?
קרן
43:04
Go into reactions on the bottom right and you shall see
Jay Yair Brodbar
43:15
Typically you can find 'Raise Hand' under 'Participants'
Susie Rodenstein
43:16
אַיְקוֹן, צַלְמִית, סמל
Sandra&David Bergman
43:38
tanug.....pleaasure
Dr. Dorothy Greenbaum
44:40
if there is someone who would like to review during the week please let’s connect
Debra David
44:53
Marcia - look for icon “reactions” at bottom of screen perhaps, as it is on my laptop
Marilyn Bernstein
45:10
Where do we find the “hand raise” icon?
Jay Yair Brodbar
45:37
Look at 'Participants' and it's on the bottom as Raise Hand
Marcia Falk
46:55
Thank you to everyone who showed me how to use the hand-raising icon! I've been trying to find that for a year.
Marilyn Bernstein
47:23
I can’t find it at bottom of participants
Channah
47:29
Who said using a computer is intuitive!!
Susie Rodenstein
47:53
Hand raising icon is in Reactions
Marcia Falk
48:04
And how do you get rid of the hand-raising icon?
Susie Rodenstein
48:27
Go back into Reactions and click on “Lower Hand”
Sandra&David Bergman
48:28
I found the raise hand at the botton of the lisst of participants, but after I clicked on it I did not see the raise hand appear.
Jay Yair Brodbar
48:55
No it's not a reaction on PCClick at Partipants. It shuld open a list on right and Raise Hand option on bottom
Marilyn Bernstein
49:01
Todah Found it in reactions!!!
Jay Yair Brodbar
50:02
Note Smartphone vs Apple vs PC are different
Susie Rodenstein
51:04
My reference to “Reactions” at the bottom of the page, all the way to the right, is how it appears on my MacBook Pro
joni brenner
51:07
Do we go 60 ‘munutes?
Susie Rodenstein
52:04
Screen Shot On Mac - Command + Shift + 3
Linda’s i8+
54:53
Its my daughters name
Linda Henry Goodman
01:00:02
Shira Stern is a wonderful rabbi. And she sings beautifully too!
Shirah Weinberg Hecht
01:02:20
https://jewishberkshires.org/community-events/berkshire-jewish-voice/berkshire-jewish-voice-highlights/welcome-to-the-jewish-berkshires-rabbi-shira-stern - though this might not be the most recent location...
Marilyn Bernstein
01:14:23
What does “Tirgum” mean?
Susie Rodenstein
01:14:41
Tirgum/targum = translation
Erit Gillman
01:14:44
translation
Sandra&David Bergman
01:14:46
translation
Susie Rodenstein
01:26:16
Yes, Kitty, that would have been my second point…A gender issue in that poets in general ARE referred to using the masculine form.
Kitty Hoffman
01:57:29
Marcia, I agree. That’s one of the reasons the poem brought to my mind the essay by David Grossman.
Shirah Weinberg Hecht
02:05:11
or can we chat translations of words?
Jill Lipson
02:06:03
Wonderful class , love hearing all of you speak and I feel we are learning from each other.