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March 16 - Strategies for Remote Instruction - Shared screen with speaker view
Caryn Neiswender
33:21
Note that this meeting is being recorded, and we will make the link available after the meeting
robertkluender
33:38
April, the announcement that went out gave no indication that these webinars are cumulative. Just an FYI.
Mark Paddock
34:01
any simple instructions for students?
robertkluender
34:48
K thx
lindastrause
34:58
Can Prof. Herbst provide his phone and email?
Matthew Herbst
35:10
mtherbst@ucsd.edu
robertkluender
35:13
It’ll be on blink, just search
Cindy Perez
35:15
digitallearning.ucsd.edu
Caryn Neiswender
35:50
@ Mark Paddock — We are looking to developing some additional instructions for students
Sonia Jain
36:26
Question: For health sciences faculty, we have a separate HS zoom PRO account (different from campus zoom). Can these link to Canvas? I was informed by HS IT that is not possible. Is there a way for EdTech to get the HS zoom linked to canvas? If not, can you allow HS faculty to get campus zooms given the urgency?
Jess Gambel
36:53
Will all Webinars be recorded?
Julie
36:58
will this PPT be made available
Caryn Neiswender
37:06
@Sonia Jain — Great question! We will need to follow-up with our Ed Tech colleagues to answer that question
Caryn Neiswender
37:20
@Jess Gambel — Yes, each of our webinars will be recorded and provided online
Eric Bakovic
37:33
Should note that Zoom navigation looks different on e.g. a tablet/phone, which may be the primary way that students will join.
Caryn Neiswender
37:48
@Julie — yes, slides are available at https://digitallearning.ucsd.edu/instructors/resources/remote-instruction.html
Caryn Neiswender
38:41
@Eric Bakovic — Great comment! Thank you for the reminder.
Eric Bakovic
39:12
Helps that I’m using my iPad at the moment. :-)
Melinda Owens
39:18
Are these non-verbal participation things useful for a very large course? Like it is easy to scan through the list of students to get hands, questions?
Caryn Neiswender
39:45
@Melinsa Owens — You will see the “raised hands” at the top of the list of participants
Caryn Neiswender
40:11
One tip - if you have a large class, ask a TA or IA to help monitor the chat / questions (much like we’re doing here today!)
Caryn Neiswender
41:30
The whiteboard feature on the iPad is very nice! You get additional colors, and the Apple Pencil is very handy...
Sue Peerson
42:35
Will iPad Notability be compatible with ZOOM?
Caryn Neiswender
43:09
@Sue Peerson — Notability has the ability to pull in additional resources and documents - this can be done in Zoom, but it takes some planning
Caryn Neiswender
43:21
You can use Notability, and record the session, then upload that to your Media Gallery in Canvas
Sonia Jain
43:23
Do you recommend that if we zoom our lectures live, if we should ask students to turn off their video due to bandwidth issues?
Caryn Neiswender
43:33
Be sure to request captions on the videos that are recorded outside of the system
Caryn Neiswender
43:52
@Sonia Jain — That can help with connectivity in large classes
Caryn Neiswender
44:21
You can also consider recording the session, and making it available after the fact (so that all students can access the materials and interaction)
Melinda Owens
44:52
Notability should work with Screenshare, right?
Edual Ruiz
44:56
@Sonia Jain - I would recommend that students be ready to turn off video if you are experiencing connectivity issues. You can also go into your settings and turn off HD recording, which will also help cut down on data usage.
Caryn Neiswender
45:31
@Melinda Owens — Yes, that is also an option! Good point. With that option, you would share your device, instead of using the Zoom whiteboard
Melinda Owens
45:32
do we need to enable Kaltura in Canvas? Or is that "media gallery"?
Caryn Neiswender
45:35
Thanks for the tip!
Edual Ruiz
46:01
Media Gallery and My Media are the two Kaltura integrations in Canvas.
Edual Ruiz
46:07
They should be turned on by default.
Edual Ruiz
47:04
My Media - is where you upload and control your media. Think of it as your personal video drive.Media Gallery - is one place where you can make videos available to students.
Sonia Jain
48:22
Zoom password: do you recommend we set a password to access lectures that are being held live? Or just the regular zoom address is fine?
Deborah Stein
48:23
What is Kaltura? Is there a place I can go to learn about it? Thx!
Edual Ruiz
48:48
https://edtech.ucsd.edu/education-continuity-tools-and-resources/kaltura-guides.html
Caryn Neiswender
48:59
@Sonia Jain — regular zoom access is fine!
Robin Martin
49:09
@Deborah we have a basic walkthrough of Kaltura on the keep teaching website: https://edtech.ucsd.edu/education-continuity-tools-and-resources/kaltura-guides.html
Sonia Jain
49:20
I see the thread about using an iPad. Typically, I teach using my iPad so I can use my Apple Pencil and scribble over my lecture notes. How do I do this in zoom?
Caryn Neiswender
49:32
If a password is placed on the zoom meeting, you will want to be sure that the students have access to the password as well (otherwise, you could be contacted at the start of the meeting by students who need to gain access)
Edual Ruiz
49:39
The password might be a good idea if you are doing virtual hours and need to discuss sensitive topics with student(s).
Shannon Rhey Butler
50:21
if I record a lecture using zoom, can I "pause" the recording? For example, to exclude a period of time when I want students to do something else.
Lina Lander
50:22
Where can we access this recording after the session?
Caryn Neiswender
50:26
@Sonia Jain — There are two main options: Use the Zoom whiteboard feature, or use an app on the iPad, and share your device
Cindy Perez
50:54
@linda the recorded sessions will be available at keepteaching.ucsd.edu as well as digitallearning.ucsd.edu
Eric Bakovic
51:24
@Sonia Jain — some more detail, from a recent conversation about exactly this with a colleague: “The screen share function on Zoom allows you to share the screen of your iPad rather than your computer via AirPlay if you have a Mac. You can also use a cable to connect your iPad to your computer. With both of these options you don't have to host on the iPad or use the iPad as a separate participant. Your screenshare function can just be sharing the iPad's screen. If you have an iPad app that supports an external display view that is separate from the iPad screen view, you can set it up so that the screen share function on Zoom shares the external display view. This means that I can even be doing things on the iPad that aren't reflected in the screen share, which I find to be really nice. I do this with PDF Expert, but there are other options as well.”
Caryn Neiswender
51:35
@Shannon Rhey Butler — Great question! When you pause the recording, the meeting still progresses, only the archive (recording) is paused
Cindy Perez
51:49
commons.ucsd.edu
Shannon Rhey Butler
51:53
Thanks Caryn!
Caryn Neiswender
51:56
If you are looking to build in an interaction in an asynchronous session, consider using some of the tools within the Media Gallery
Caryn Neiswender
52:14
(You can add in questions, which cause the students to click something to continue)
Shannon Rhey Butler
52:52
thanks Caryn, sounds awesome, ill check it out
Karen Flammer
52:53
Things are evolving quickly on our campus and in compliance with public health mandates. Students will be strongly encouraged to leave the campus and go home. All staff and faculty will be strongly urged to work remotely and will be able to stay on campus only by filing an exception.
Margaret Loose
53:03
That seems like a lot of handholding, that weekly summary of all they need to do. Can't they use a syllabus as usual?
Sonia Jain
53:32
@Eric Bakovic: Thanks so much. I have PDF expert! Think I am all set :)
Caryn Neiswender
54:09
@Margaret Loose — When you transition to a remote environment, one of the new factors is student’s Time management skills. A weekly roadmap helps them understand all that they will need to do, and map out their time accordingly. If the syllabus is details (and complete), you can use this in place of a roadmap
Melinda Owens
54:29
There's stuff in my office that I need. I guess I should go get it before the campus goes on lockdown?
Caryn Neiswender
54:42
One of the reasons for a weekly “to do” is that it can allow you to record and post a weekly introduction. This is a good way to kick off a week, set the tone, and motivate them through the materials
Edual Ruiz
55:23
Go to the last link to see instructions for Zoom annotations using iPad or other iOS devise: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005706806-Using-annotation-tools-on-a-shared-screen-or-whiteboard
Julie
59:11
Can the instructor go in & out of breakout rooms to monitor discussions?
Shannon Rhey Butler
59:21
How did the host "unmute" Melinda to talk?
Melinda Owens
59:24
Julie: yes
Eric Bakovic
59:27
Re: breakout rooms. They’re great!
Edual Ruiz
59:43
@Julie - yes instructors/hosts can jump in and out of breakout rooms.
Eric Bakovic
01:00:02
I attended one of my colleagues online class sessions the other day and he did breakout sessions to great effect. I joined one and talked with the other students in the group, the instructor hopped in and out.
Cindy Perez
01:00:07
@shannon, hosts have the ability to mute and unmute in the participants window.
Eric Bakovic
01:00:09
It worked really, really well
Sonia Jain
01:01:43
What is the benefit of using zoom within Canvas vs setting up a zoom meeting outside of Canvas? I had asked the question about health sciences zoom earlier…just wondering if I should worry that I cannot connect zoom via canvas…
Erilynn Heinrichsen
01:02:35
@melinda- also can pre-set breakout rooms via the web browser version
Nathan L Moeder
01:03:12
once you set up a meeting in Zoom, is it the same URL for all classes that will be held? or do you have to set up a meeting for each class?
Edual Ruiz
01:03:13
The Zoom integration in Canvas should be thought of as a scheduler. The integration will add the scheduled session to the course calendar and send out notifications about the scheduled session. The Zoom session itself will still be run outside of Canvas using the Zoom software.
Melinda Owens
01:03:59
Nathan: you can set up a recurring meeting
Melinda Owens
01:04:30
if I mute people for the main lecture, can they unmute and unmask for the breakout rooms?
Caryn Neiswender
01:04:35
@Nathan L Moeder — If you use the Zoom connection within Canvas, you automatically get a unique Zoom URL for each meeting
Sonia Jain
01:04:41
@Edual, thank you so much. That helps to know it is just a scheduler
Caryn Neiswender
01:04:57
Students will also see a listing of all sessions, and the recordings (after the fact)
Melinda Owens
01:05:02
if I mute people for the main lecture, can they unmute and unmask for the breakout rooms?
April Cha (UCSD)
01:05:19
please reraise your hands - apologies those got cleared
Mark Paddock
01:05:23
where is HD video off??
Caryn Neiswender
01:05:50
Click the Up Carrot next to “Video” in the lower left corner, then select Video Settings
Caryn Neiswender
01:05:57
The Enable HD is in the “Video” section
lindastrause
01:06:04
I believe I was given a ZoomPro account with a url. I assume it is specific to me. 1. Do I have to sign into Canvas to find my Zoom connection? 2. Can I schedule ALL my lectures if I’m doing synchronously?
Kristin Liljestrom
01:07:03
for attendance, view particiapnts and screen shot
Sonia Jain
01:07:11
For teaching, should I use my personal zoom PRO address or should I create a random recurrent one? What is best practice?
Kristin Liljestrom
01:07:20
then later, you can make a list of who called in
Caryn Neiswender
01:07:21
@lindastrause — the Zoom URL is indeed specific to you. The Zoom tool in Canvas provides an option to schedule sessions and provide a URL to the students. 2. Yes, you can definitely use this for synchronous lectures
Edual Ruiz
01:07:35
reports section of ucsd.zoom.us can give some attendance reports
Melinda Owens
01:07:37
View participants and screen shots works for 100+ ppl??
Caryn Neiswender
01:08:14
@Sonia Jain — I would recommend scheduling them out, to ensure your personal Zoom URL is “secure”
Kristin Liljestrom
01:08:16
you can scroll down and use screen shots, anyone know of a better method?
Kristin Liljestrom
01:08:53
regarding attendance?
Sonia Jain
01:09:25
@Caryn: Thanks, that is what I was thinking too. For my 20 lectures, I set up a recurrent meeting with the same (random) zoom URL
Caryn Neiswender
01:11:52
@Kristin Lijestrom — more info is coming… but in the meantime, consider incorporating a survey at the end of the session. Give it some sort of key question or code that you answer in the recording… Consider giving the survey a deadline that follows shortly after the meeting as well. Thanks for the great question!
Carolyn Sandoval
01:12:22
Regarding student support, the Teaching + Learning Commons will still provide support for students. Erilynn is correct that we have Learning Strategists who helps students with time management and other learning strategies. We will also offer virtual tutoring.
Amy Boudsady
01:13:03
Do you recommend having Show a "Join from your browser" link enabled in Settings? If students can’t download/install/run Zoom.
Cindy Perez
01:13:18
vcsa@ucsd.edu
Cindy Perez
01:13:29
^for students who need loaner laptops
Cindy Perez
01:13:56
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Sheena Serslev
01:14:14
Regarding the earlier question about student supports that are available; here is a link where we will be updating remote resources for students: https://commons.ucsd.edu/covid-19/faqs.html#How-do-I-access-tutoring-and-SI
Robin Martin
01:14:14
^for loaner WiFI hotspots as well
Caryn Neiswender
01:14:31
@Amy Boudsady — That can help. It is also a good idea (provided this will work with the content in the webinar) to provide students with information about how to connect with a mobile device (this automatically comes from Zoom)
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:14:46
what is a loaner wifi hotspot? something that needs cell service?
Robin Martin
01:15:27
@Shannon = correct, it’s an LTE hotspot that provides mobile WiFi access
Melinda Owens
01:17:14
If IAs hold sessions synchronously, how do they add those to our Zoom on Canvas? or should they do that outside of Canvas?
Amy Boudsady
01:18:22
Can you give an example of launching Zoom on Canvas? Also, how to work with Kaltura in Canvas.
Cindy Perez
01:18:24
keepteaching.ucsd.edu
Stanley Lo
01:18:32
They can create and host their own Zoom meetings on Canvas using the Zoom LTI integration. My IAs did that last Friday.
Caryn Neiswender
01:19:27
@Amy Boudsady — here are some resources on Zoom:
Caryn Neiswender
01:19:29
https://edtech.ucsd.edu/education-continuity-tools-and-resources/zoom-guides.html
Caryn Neiswender
01:19:37
And Kaltura in Canvas:
Caryn Neiswender
01:19:38
https://edtech.ucsd.edu/education-continuity-tools-and-resources/kaltura-guides.html
Amy Boudsady
01:19:53
Thank you 🙏🏻
Caryn Neiswender
01:19:54
If you can tell us more about your question, we might be able to provide a more detailed answer
Carolyn Sandoval
01:20:46
One thing I found really helpful when teaching online is setting up a “Students Helping Students” discussion board. I encouraged students to use this discussion board to ask general course questions (e.g. deadlines, tech questions, etc.). This allowed me to answer a question that likely many students had and often the question was answered well before I could respond. I monitored that board once day in the evening to answer anything that hadn’t been answered and to clear up any inaccurate answers.
Cindy Perez
01:21:58
digitallearning.ucsd.edu/instructors/resources/proctoring
Cindy Perez
01:22:47
canvas@ucsd.edu
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:23:57
if students need laptops, they need to do that now
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:24:06
so... we should tell our students now
Eric Bakovic
01:24:08
Student rosters are also available via Blink and students can be emailed via a form on that site.
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:24:09
yes!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:24:18
Kae will check March 26th for rosters
Stanley Lo
01:24:21
@markPaddock you can email students through Blink
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:24:27
thanks Eric, do you have a link how to contact via BLINK?
Melinda Owens
01:24:28
It would REALLY be great to be populated sooner
robertkluender
01:24:32
Yo you can email enrolled students directly from blink.ucsd.edu
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:24:51
Non-Senate faculty don't have access to Blink (I think)
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:25:27
You can also save chat using the box on the right
Eric Bakovic
01:25:35
Yes, NSF don’t generally have this ability, I can confirm (being married to an NSF)
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:25:59
TY Eric =^.^=
Eric Bakovic
01:26:51
But (speaking as a Chair): departments should be sensitive to this and send email to students on behalf of their senate and non-senate faculty.
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:26:59
As a unit 18, I have no way to tell my students to get computers until they are home. many others are in this boat... can we do something about this? My students know who I am, they email me.. but I cant see who they are
Stanley Lo
01:27:35
@markPaddock I had students do that too, but apparently they were just making sure that they know how to log in, so they wanted to give it a try beforehand
Bruce Wheeler
01:27:53
I echo the need to have student rosters on CANVAS as soon as possible.
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:28:10
We can still request Blackboard in Spring, even if we're using Canvas. Blackboard's 'users' link allows you to get student emails so NSF can email their students on the same timeline as Senate faculty
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:28:51
That was the solution to the Canvas email flaw we used last quarter
Eric Bakovic
01:29:40
I strongly encourage NSF (and other instructors) to contact their chairs who have the ability to email all registered students at once.
Milos Kokotovic
01:30:28
If I set up synchronous class sessions and office hours for the whole quarter, will students be notified of them when they're given access to Canvas, and if so, in what way? Will the class sessions and office hours already be in their calendars? Will they get an email or some other notification?
Kristin Liljestrom
01:31:10
Our students here at MAS use UCSD Slack for student to student Q&A. It is a really beautifully designed communication site. Just an FYI for everyone. The decisions to make as educators is do you want everything funneled through Canvas, or do you want to diversify and use other tools as well. Another option for communicating is Google Meet / Hangouts. At Jacobs School, we all use G Suite for just about everything.
lindastrause
01:31:43
Can you say where the Zoom is located on Canvas again?
Melinda Owens
01:32:08
milos: yes, if you schedule them through Canvas
Caryn Neiswender
01:32:12
@lindastrause — You should see a Zoom LTI Pro item in the course menu (e.g. on the left side, where you can click “Home”)
Edual Ruiz
01:32:35
The integration "Zoom LTI Pro" will appear in the course menu. Click on any of your courses and look at the white nav bar on the left.
Kristin Liljestrom
01:32:35
You log in to your class tab, and if it isn't on your menu already, you can add it in your settings for that course. Features and functions are drag and drop.
lindastrause
01:33:23
Thank you but I only see: NotificationsProfileFilesSettingsePortfoliosLibraryAcademic Integrity
Celine
01:34:08
How do you make the students participate in your zoom class? Do you use chat and participants tools? Thank you!
Melinda Owens
01:34:11
linda: go to settings, navigation, then drag stuff that you need to the top list
Caryn Neiswender
01:34:14
@lindastrause — click the “courses” icon (e.g. a book”) on the far left menu, and select the appropriate course
Amy Boudsady
01:34:16
Kaltura Capture Features link is broken on https://edtech.ucsd.edu/education-continuity-tools-and-resources/kaltura-guides.html 😔
Caryn Neiswender
01:34:27
At the moment, you are in the personal menu @lindastrause
Edual Ruiz
01:34:52
Canvas Course Start Checklist: https://edtech.ucsd.edu/faculty/start-checklist.html#Customize-start-and-end-term-da
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:35:56
And can you set TAs as Zoom Moderators so Zoom gives them some additional controls (albeit not 100% control) during sessions?
katya
01:36:20
Is there any place to store record meetings (except on your own computer)?
Caryn Neiswender
01:36:26
@Celine - good question! Those are the two main options for encouraging participation. You can also use the annotation tools to allow students to engage with what is on the screen. Note that each one of those options will provide you with data about *who* is participating at what point differently. The Teaching + Learing Commons will provide additional information about “Attendance” options as well — stay tuned!
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:36:27
@jarryd you can make IA's co-hosts
Edual Ruiz
01:36:31
I recommend having two deadlines for discussion - one for the original post/idea, and another one for feedback/responses to other posts.
Caryn Neiswender
01:37:02
@Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD — Yes, absolutely! You can add your TAs as co-hosts
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:37:23
Yassss! Thanks Caryn :->
Robin Martin
01:37:51
@katya Zoom Cloud recordings are automatically transferred into the Kaltura My Media so you can review/share with students via the Media Gallery
Caryn Neiswender
01:37:56
@katya — yes, definitely - you can use the Cloud Recording feature as well (but you’ll want to download the videos before a month’s time, when the videos will disappear). If you use the Zoom link in the course menu, the videos will also be automatically send to the Media Gallery (and captioned)
katya
01:38:32
Thank you!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:39:03
Would a 30-40 minute LIVE time be preferred over a full 80 minutes straight (as would usually be the case in-person)?https://pbs.twimg.com/media/ETLtKtWU0AAao3X?format=jpg&name=900x900
Kristin Liljestrom
01:39:07
Zoom meetings can also be recorded in the cloud and downloaded from there as MP4s. We are posting our videos to an unlisted YouTube channel that we shared out only with our faculty and students. It is a secure way to store videos. You can organize them into playlists from there. Just make sure to mark them unlisted.
lindastrause
01:39:09
Caryn, thank you. I went to my course, BILD22, but still don’t see a Zoom link only:Spring 2020HomeAnnouncementsDiscussionsGradesPeopleiClicker RegistrationAcademic IntegrityMedia GalleryAssignmentsPagesFilesSyllabusOutcomesQuizzesModulesCollaborationsSettings
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:39:27
Followed by 5-10 minute asynchronous videos of supplemental content?
Deborah Stein
01:39:32
Have all TAs already been invited to the webinar tomorrow?
katya
01:39:47
Following question about recording, can those videos be stored in Canvas class website?
Trevor Henthorn
01:41:23
Question about “Webinar”. I e-mail canvas@ucsd.edu but haven’t heard back. We have several courses with > 300 students. Should we look at some sort of Role account to support these and share 1 Webinar license? Thanks!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:41:25
Thanks to Shannon too!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:41:46
Ahh yes, we need the Interprise plan for classes of 300-400 students
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:42:43
Well, assuming we're doing LIVE lectures with all students watching (assuming they can afford a data plan to handle that for 3-5 classes they're enrolled in)
Julie
01:42:59
Yes, I'm here from Extension International Programs which shares a campus with Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and I'm curious about the same thing, since our English language programs are not on main campus either.
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:44:12
Will UGIA have TA level access to Zoom pro
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:44:17
It would be REALLY helpful if the UG IAs had access to that
Eric Bakovic
01:44:25
yes yes yes
Caryn Neiswender
01:44:44
@Deborah Stein — It’s a good idea to let your TAs know about the webinars, just in case…
Mark Paddock
01:44:52
would course builder be high enough to get Zoom Pro access?
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:45:23
From Edtech on March12:
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:45:28
“To support the transition toward online instruction and increasedtelecommuting in response to Covid-19 (coronavirus) planning, we haveprovisioned all campus faculty, staff, teaching assistants and enrolledstudents with Zoom Pro accounts.”
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:45:32
IA's aren't even required to work until March 30th... we should offer them that then
Celine
01:45:52
@Caryn- Thank you! What is the annotation tools? Celine.
Eric Bakovic
01:46:04
Thank you, @Deniz!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:46:28
Bump >> From Edtech on March12:“To support the transition toward online instruction and increasedtelecommuting in response to Covid-19 (coronavirus) planning, we haveprovisioned all campus faculty, staff, teaching assistants and enrolledstudents with Zoom Pro accounts.”
Sue Peerson
01:46:43
Yes! Very interested to make sure our UGIAs have full ZOOM Pro access and tutorials available. It will be critical to keep students engaged and help with instructors.
Felicitas
01:46:52
Could someone post the Zoom link to the IA webinar on Wednesday? I can't find the information online - there are so many different webinars (which is great) :)
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:46:57
Thanks Deniz! And Eric!
Caryn Neiswender
01:47:03
@Celine — The Annotation Tools are documented here: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115005706806-Using-annotation-tools-on-a-shared-screen-or-whiteboard
Caryn Neiswender
01:47:56
Zoom Registration for “Facilitating Effective Remote Discussion Sections” http://bit.ly/zoom-remote-section
Felicitas
01:48:09
Thanks a lot!
Edual Ruiz
01:48:11
Thank you to Deniz and Jarryd for mentioning that all users will have Zoom Pro license!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:48:36
All praise to Deniz :D
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:48:49
Yay EdTech!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:49:40
3-5 classes online on student budget data plans ...
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:50:20
This is FERPA & HIPAA compliant
Cong Dinh
01:50:46
I thought zoom was not HIPAA compliant
Cong Dinh
01:51:30
unless you buy the special version
Robin Martin
01:51:50
@Cong Dinh - UCSD Health has a separate HIPAA compliant zoom account
Cindy Perez
01:52:13
pparsi@ucsd.edu
Amy Boudsady
01:52:14
On Canvas Quizzes, is Turnitin built in for short-answer questions in Quizzes? We can only see it built in Assignment. Our faculty is asking for this option.
Edual Ruiz
01:52:14
Zoom has a HIPAA compliant version, but our main campus Zoom instance is not, which is why Health Sciences has their own Zoom instance
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:52:24
Would that apply to the Enterprise & Pro versions separately?
Edual Ruiz
01:52:47
@Amy there is no Turnitin built in for Canvas Quizzes.
Edual Ruiz
01:53:10
Turnitin is only integrated for file uploads and assignments.
Cindy Perez
01:53:28
Pegah Parsi - pparsi@ucsd.edu
Amy Boudsady
01:54:08
Can Turnitin be enabled in the future for Quizzes?
Edual Ruiz
01:54:43
As far as I know the HIPAA compliant version is identified as "Zoom for Healthcare". I don't believe Enterprise and Pro are HIPAA compliant.
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:54:50
Remember you can this save chat using the "..." box on the right side of your chat box.
Amy Boudsady
01:54:52
Or at least with Assingment+Turnitin, if it can be a timed submission. Not just dated duration.
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:55:03
Good to know Edual
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:55:21
I could imagine students having privacy concerns for sure
Edual Ruiz
01:55:56
"Zoom for Telehealth" is another term for the HIPAA compliant Zoom version
Cindy Perez
01:56:33
engagedteaching.ucsd.edu
Margaret Loose
01:56:40
I've also been doing some Canvas courses available through the Canvas platform. Under Help in left panel, you'll find educational resources. I've found the "First Day Ready" for Secondary Ed course helpful.
Cindy Perez
01:56:55
engagedteaching@ucsd.edu
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:57:08
Thanks bunches of oats!
Eric Bakovic
01:57:15
Thank you all very much!
Celine
01:57:20
Thank you Caryn! Celine.
Shannon Rhey Butler
01:57:21
Thank you!
Cindy Perez
01:57:36
online@ucsd.edu
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:57:39
Remember if you feel sick next week, it's very likely just due to the stress we're all going through.
Sue Peerson
01:57:40
Thank you everyone
Cindy Perez
01:57:41
canvas@ucsd.edu
Briana Iatarola
01:57:46
Thank you!