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March 17 - Strategies for Planning Remote Instruction - Shared screen with speaker view
ucsd_rdilmaghani
36:46
is there a training for canvas? I am a new instructor and did not see my course listed. Thanks,
Caryn Neiswender
37:18
Our colleagues at Ed Tech are providing Canvas Training Sessions - you can learn more at https://edtech.ucsd.edu/calendar/index.html
Caryn Neiswender
37:44
If you have specific questions (including the course availability), you can reach out to canvas@ucsd.edu
ucsd_rdilmaghani
38:04
thank you
Shelby Driscoll Salemi
38:19
How do you annotate again?
Caryn Neiswender
38:43
You wills see the options to annotate (as an instructor) when you are sharing your screen
melaniewest
38:49
I also don’t understand how you click the raise your hand/blue button. I don’t see it on my screen with the other options, like screen share etc.
Caryn Neiswender
39:08
As a student, you can click on “View Options” at the top, and select ‘Annotate” to access the annotation tools
Keefe Reuther
39:13
At some point can we talk about the different functionality between Zoom for large groups (>300) and Zoom Webinar? Thanks
Caryn Neiswender
39:41
The raise hand feature should be available below the listing of participants
Edual Ruiz
39:46
Melanie, click on participants, then in the participants pane locate the raise hand button.
Elana Zilberg
40:52
Can one take attendance through this format i.e. through the “participants”
Caryn Neiswender
41:05
@Keefe Reuther — thanks for the question! Zoom Guides are here: https://edtech.ucsd.edu/education-continuity-tools-and-resources/zoom-guides.html
Caryn Neiswender
41:16
We can also follow up with additional information about zoom for large groups (e.g. larger than 300)
Edual Ruiz
41:27
You can try using the reports feature at https://ucsd.zoom.us to find usage/attendance reports.
Caryn Neiswender
41:59
@ Elana Zilbert — Our colleagues in the Engaged Teaching Hub are also preparing resources for alternatives to Zoom for participation
Pamela
42:08
we have just been directed that we can't require students to be present during class
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
42:24
Is a hybrid option possible?For example, using Synchronous for LIVE lectures & then post 5-15 minute supplementary videos on supplemental content asynchronously.
Caryn Neiswender
42:55
@Dr.Jarryd Willis PhD — Absolutely! One straightforward way to make that happen is to use the Zoom LTI Pro link in your Canvas course
Pamela
42:57
all the lectures we give live are supposed to be recorded
Caryn Neiswender
43:07
Videos are automatically uploaded to the Media Gallery, which you can then share with the students more broadly
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
43:32
By asynchronous I mean something pre-recorded; separate from the recorded LIVE lecture
Edual Ruiz
43:39
@Dr Jarryd Willis - host the live session in Zoom and then make the recording available in Canvas. You can also add the supplementary videos to Canvas.
Erilynn Heinrichsen
43:42
@Elana and @Pamela- Agreed, it is going to be difficult to have everyone definitely able to be available at same time. We’ll be coming up with a list of other ideas for how to check-in to make sure students are still on track in the course (whether or not they are present in real time session)
Tatiana V Mishanina
43:43
How do we access Whiteboard in Zoom while recording a lecture?
Steven James Barrera
43:57
Can podcasts mirror the recorded zoom session, or is it just released through Canvas?
Caryn Neiswender
44:06
@Tatiana V. Mishanina — You would share your screen, then select the Whiteboard feature
Edual Ruiz
44:17
@Tatiana - click share and then select whiteboard for sharing
ucsd_rdilmaghani
45:29
can we do a hybrid method, meaning both synch and asynch, with some regulations, like once a week, synch
Cindy Perez
45:41
keepteaching.ucsd.edu
Elana Zilberg
45:42
Can this chat box be printed for a record of questions and answers?
Caryn Neiswender
45:46
@Steven James Barrera — We would recommend using either Zoom or Pocasting
Caryn Neiswender
46:13
@UCSD_rdilmaghani — absolutely! That is a great model to use when teaching remote
Edual Ruiz
46:25
@Elana there is an option for saving the chat as a txt file
Caryn Neiswender
46:43
@Elana Zilberg - We will also archive the chat and make it available online
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
46:48
The … box on the right side of the chat box lets you save it
Edual Ruiz
46:54
I don't know if there is a setting to automatically save the chat, so you may have to do it manually
Afsin
47:02
My laptop's webcam has 720p resolution. Would that be suitable for recording lectures?
Elana Zilberg
47:14
Thanks. I was also thinking about doing the same for my courses.
Deniz Ilkbasaran
47:21
@Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD - that is what I plan to do as well.
Cindy Perez
47:26
Digitallearning.ucsd.edu
Caryn Neiswender
47:54
@Afsin — Yes, that would work well, particularly if you are sharing your screen or using a whiteboard. The Camera basically becomes a way for you to be “present” and “human”
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
47:59
From ucsd_rdilmaghani to Everyone: 12:18 PMcan we do a hybrid method, meaning both synch and asynch, with some regulations, like once a week, synch@UCSD_rdilmaghani — absolutely! That is a great model to use when teaching remoteThanks Caryn! That was my question too =^.^=
Cindy Perez
48:52
digitallearning.ucsd.edu/instructors/resources/remote-instruction.html
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
49:32
Thanks Cindy
Cindy Perez
49:57
evc.ucsd.edu/units/privacy/covid-19.html
Cindy Perez
50:14
^for remote Privacy guidelines
Cindy Perez
50:47
commons.ucsd.edu/covid-19/faqs.html
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
52:41
How long should LIVE lecture be? The usual 80 or 50 minutes? What's the 'best practices' on online length?
Min Lee
52:59
Do we use our own zoom pro and share that zoom with the students?
Caryn Neiswender
53:48
@Min Lee — You will use your own Zoom Pro account. You should now see the Zoom LTI Pro link in your Canvas course - this will help you schedule the sessions and make the info available to students
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
53:59
The lecture length is likely 'up to each individual professor' or 'what feels best for each person' but what's the 'best practices' or suggestions from individuals who are experienced with online teaching?
Caryn Neiswender
55:06
@Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD — That’s a great question! Ideally, asynchronous videos should be around 8 minutes. Synchronous sessions are a bit different. You’ll want to think about the students’ cognition — how much information is too much information to really “get” in a remote format
Peter Galderisi
55:32
If it's delivered synchronously, it makes sense to use our scheduled lecture times and limits,
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
55:42
Thank you Caryn :->
Caryn Neiswender
55:56
It is definitely up to the instructor — and we do have a few instructors who will be holding regular class time online, but from the student perspective, that can be challenging (particularly for students who cannot attend, and will need to watch recordings)
Laurie Smith
56:13
How does someone raise their hand?
Steph
56:45
It is an option when you click participnts
Caryn Neiswender
56:46
The feature is available in the “Participants” panel, in the lower left corner of the listing
Cindy Perez
56:47
Laurie, in the participants panel in the main Zoom window
Elana Zilberg
57:16
By annotations do you mean chat?
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
57:26
Click where it says Participants (98)
Caryn Neiswender
57:34
@Elana Zilberg — Actually, the annotation tools are separate from the chat
Caryn Neiswender
57:55
Annotations allow you to “draw” on the screen, chat allows you to “talk” / type on the side of the screen
Caryn Neiswender
58:21
To access annotations, click “View Options” at the top, then select “Annotate”
Laurie Smith
58:39
Can we get the presenter to show us what it looks like for her when people raise their hands, and how she chooses who is speaking next and how she unmutes them?
Peter Galderisi
59:42
Can responses in a synch session be earmarked for individual TAs as well as the instructor?
Erilynn Heinrichsen
01:00:19
@Laurie, I will take a screenshot to share
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:00:22
Excellent Q peter
Caryn Neiswender
01:00:30
@Peter Galderisi — That’s a good question - after the session, you can archive the chat and transfer it to something like Google Docs, where you can coordinate
Caryn Neiswender
01:00:35
That would not be in real time…
Peter Galderisi
01:00:56
Grazie
Argentina
01:01:11
How can you track attendance with Zoom?
Caryn Neiswender
01:01:14
For example, earlier in this webinar, a couple of colleagues and I answered the same question, in line… that was because we all saw the answers and answered in real time
Caryn Neiswender
01:01:35
@Argentina — you can access a report from the web portal to zoom http://ucsd.zoom.us
Caryn Neiswender
01:01:53
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/216378603-Generating-Meeting-Reports-for-Registration-and-Polling
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:02:13
Also, to take screenshots:Of a specific box you're using = CTRL+ALT+PRTSCOf your entire screen = CTRL+PRTSC
Caryn Neiswender
01:02:37
Here’s another resource for screenshot instructions:
Caryn Neiswender
01:02:38
https://www.take-a-screenshot.org/
Caryn Neiswender
01:03:02
(The display of instructions changes depending on the system that you’re using at the time)
Caryn Neiswender
01:03:27
https://ucsd.zoom.us/
Laurie Smith
01:03:49
Is there a way for the instructor to “visit” individual breakout rooms one at a time
Erilynn Heinrichsen
01:04:31
@Laurie, yes- you can drop in to different rooms
Erilynn Heinrichsen
01:04:48
They can also “call for help” to signal that they want you to visit their room
Caryn Neiswender
01:04:49
@Laurie — Here is more information about managing break out rooms https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476313-Managing-Video-Breakout-Rooms
Tatiana V Mishanina
01:05:13
Do the exams (including the final) have to be taken during the schedules time?
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:05:23
*watches iClicker stocks falling*cries
Alyssa
01:05:31
Who can I email if I struggle with technical issues with zoom account?
Caryn Neiswender
01:06:07
@tatiana - please raise your hand and pose that question… That will encourage Karen Flammer to chime in
Caryn Neiswender
01:06:27
@Alyssa - you can email zoom@ucsd.edu
Alyssa
01:06:38
Thank you!
Steven James Barrera
01:06:45
How do we attend the training meeting regarding sections/breakout rooms?
Karen Heskett
01:06:58
Re: screenshots -- Windows 10 has an included "snipping tool" that will let you capture just what you want - screen or just a small portion of it.
Caryn Neiswender
01:08:37
@Steven James Barrera — you can learn more and register at http://bit.ly/zoom-remote-section
Peter Galderisi
01:09:02
That Windows facility is very easy to use. It also allows a time delay that facilitates demonstrating some computer software better,
Caryn Neiswender
01:09:09
You can also check the Ed Tech Workshops page for more training options https://edtech.ucsd.edu/calendar/index.html
Kristin Liljestrom
01:09:35
Advise to everyone before spring quarter: practice using all of the tools you plan to utilize during the upcoming quarter, and tell your TAs to as well. Encourage students to familiarize themselves with the tools you plan to use. The more we all iron out kinks before hand, the less overwhelmed tech support will be at the start of the quarter.
Caryn Neiswender
01:10:34
@Kristin Liljestrom — Fantastic advice! You can also use the “tech sandbox” as a way to get to know your students… Encourage them to introduce themselves using the tech that you will eventually use during the term (in other words, strategize about how you incorporate tech exploration and accomplish other goals)
Kristin Liljestrom
01:11:23
We are holding Zoom meetings starting today with the faculty in our dep't to get them familiar with it.
Caryn Neiswender
01:11:46
https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10623-how-do-i-upload-a-video-using-the-rich-content-editor-as-a-student
Caryn Neiswender
01:12:11
https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-10717-67952724469
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:12:37
Could TAs be assigned to a range of students based on last name? Or like one TA gets 200 students & the other TA is assigned to the other 200?
Edual Ruiz
01:12:38
We are holding a Zoom for live lectures session this afternoon at 5pm for anyone that's interestedttps://ucsd.zoom.us/my/edtechsupport
Edual Ruiz
01:12:49
sorry the link is https://ucsd.zoom.us/my/edtechsupport
Caryn Neiswender
01:14:10
@Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD — There’s not a direct way to assign grading like that in Canvas, but there are workarounds… For example, you could create groups and tell your TAs to score only the students in an individual group
Emma Saturday
01:14:56
Writing assignment/asynchronous discussion support: email us at WritingHub@ucsd.edu and/or mtnelson@ucsd.edu.
Carolyn Sandoval
01:15:00
I can’t raise my hand, but I can share some ideas offline.
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:15:13
Thanks Caryn! #MVP
Carolyn Sandoval
01:15:15
Regarding discussion prompts and how to facilitate.
Dave Adams
01:15:21
Would we be able to get a copy of Matthew's class intro/schedule/etc. to help us put together our own content for students?
ucsd_rdilmaghani
01:15:29
where can we find the slides from this session?
Matthew Nelson
01:15:32
The Writing Hub is happy to help faculty and instructors with writing assignment design, feedback practices, etc. Send us an email at WritingHub@ucsd.edu and we’ll be happy to help
ucsd_rdilmaghani
01:15:42
how do I initiate canvas?
Caryn Neiswender
01:15:57
@ucsd_rdilmaghani — Slides and recordings will be made available at https://digitallearning.ucsd.edu/instructors/resources/remote-instruction.html
Matthew Nelson
01:16:09
We will also be hosting a webinar on using Canvas to facilitate feedback on student writing this Friday at 11am.
Caryn Neiswender
01:16:26
@Dave Adams — Great question… Watch for more info at https://digitallearning.ucsd.edu/instructors/resources/remote-instruction.html
Edual Ruiz
01:16:32
Go to canvas at https://canvas.ucsd.edu
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:16:51
@Carolyn Sandoval - maybe groups can meet on Zoom/Skype on their own time and send you recordings (or not!)
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:17:40
Excellent suggestion Sheena
Caryn Neiswender
01:17:47
@Deniz Ikbasaran — Great idea!
Tatiana V Mishanina
01:18:39
Where are the recorded Zoom lectures/office hours stored?
georgiakayser
01:18:41
The breakout rooms would work for that.
Jennifer Maynard
01:19:09
One thing to mention,Canvas has functionality within the Calendar area which allows instructors to schedule appointment blocks which students can sign up for.
Caryn Neiswender
01:19:22
@Tatiana — If you use the Zoom LTI Pro link in the course menu, the videos will be added to your media gallery automatically — then you can share them with the rest of the class from there
Caryn Neiswender
01:19:46
@Jennimfer Maynard — Great point!
Dave Adams
01:21:34
With the asynchronous method, it sounds like a preferred approach is to record a bunch of shorter (topic-specific) lectures instead of giant 50 minute recordings, and assign a batch of recordings to watch during each week?
Caryn Neiswender
01:21:55
@Dave Adams — Yes, that is definitely an ideal approach!
Caryn Neiswender
01:22:29
You can also add questions to your videos, and have the students demonstrate knowledge/understanding as they are watching
Cindy Perez
01:22:44
ucsd.zoom.us
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:23:05
Will we be offering the Enterprise package for lectures of 400+ students
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:23:31
Zoom Pro works up to 100 I think
Caryn Neiswender
01:23:32
@Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD — there is a separate form that needs to be filled out to request capacity to handle more than 300 students
Laurie Smith
01:23:36
someone mentioned earlier a campus policy that students should not be expected to participate in remote classes at the time it is schedule, i.e. all instruction should be asynchronous. I have not seen this guidance and need to know more about it
Laurie Smith
01:23:44
What Sarah Stockwell is asking now.
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:23:51
Kkaes - thanks Caryn
Celine Wahl
01:24:03
when I see a raised hand in the participant list, do I have to click on yes to get the question? Only the host has this control, right? thanks, Celine.
Caryn Neiswender
01:24:40
@Celine — Yes, only the host has the ability to manage questions
Pamela
01:24:52
What I said about not requiring students to be present came from our department discussion today. The EVC is saying this
Cindy Perez
01:25:34
Hi Celine, we see a list of participants who have their hands raised. They are sorted in the order that the hands have been raised. We then allow the participants to unmute themselves to ask their question, and we (or the participant) can lower their hand after they have been called on
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:25:46
Oi vey - excellent point on time zones
Caryn Neiswender
01:26:03
Zoom Request for large meetings: https://eforms.ucsd.edu/view.php?id=218470
Cindy Perez
01:26:03
Just like April is calling on participants to ask their question
Julieanna Mannarino
01:26:34
sorry if I missed this, but is attendance not required this quarter?
Steven James Barrera
01:26:39
Do we still have a license for Camtasia? That can be great for creating videos and inserting questions.
Shelby Driscoll Salemi
01:27:06
I am teaching discussion section that is always online. It is already hybrid, but my discussion section is always synchronous. After the first week, I still plan on taking attendance. I will ask students if they have emergency barriers to attendance.
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:27:08
Just for human contact, I was thinking of getting time zone info from all my students, so that I can put them together based on their time zone
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:27:13
Ah, just mentioned! :)
Celine Wahl
01:27:52
@Caryn/Thank you! Also, what is the yes and no button for? Sorry for asking!
Caryn Neiswender
01:28:33
@Celine Wahl — Definitely no need to apologize - that’s why we’re here… You can use Yes/No to indicate answers to questions that are posed in real time
Peter Galderisi
01:28:47
As far as <synchronous< discussions, students are assigned to section times. The workload for our TAs (governed by contract) might be dramatically increased if their sections cannot be held when scheduled. Thoughts
Caryn Neiswender
01:28:54
This would be similar to an clicker question
Edual Ruiz
01:30:05
One other thing to consider when taking Time Zones into account is the need to identify the time zone for the due dates. Otherwise, students may argue that they thought it was specific to their own time zone.
Pamela
01:30:21
One question I didn't get the answer to is whether the asynchronous discussion tabs on Canvas keep a record of the students who respond? In other words, will it record "participation" ?
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:30:26
Good point
Caryn Neiswender
01:31:05
@Steven James Barrera — If instructors have purchased Camtasia, that can still be used. We are happy to strategize with you on this (e.g. how to get it into Canvas, why would I use this instead of the Media Gallery, etc)
Dave Adams
01:31:15
Are we able to have students complete HW assignments "by hand" (such as with a math-type assignment) and turn them in? How would we collect them?
Celine Wahl
01:31:20
Thank you Caryn and April! Celine.
Matthew Herbst
01:31:29
mtherbst@ucsd.edu
Edual Ruiz
01:31:29
Speedgrader in Canvas tracks the number of posts each students makes per discussion. So if a student posts an original post followed by three replies to other students speedgrader will show four posts for that student
Caryn Neiswender
01:31:36
@Pamela — Yes, you can create a graded discussion, which will provide you with information about who has participated, and what they have submitted
Matthew Herbst
01:31:36
Contact me anytime
Caryn Neiswender
01:31:58
@Dave Adams - Great question! Consider using Gradescope for those types of questions
Erilynn Heinrichsen
01:32:12
@Peter, I think this is a really valid point - I don’t think the TAs need to hold multiple discussion sections, but simply recording the section + providing discussion board/ ways to check in outside of the the section can be a great way to start
Peter Galderisi
01:32:21
I<ve been using Camtasia for years--easy and it allows for line by line animation with narrated PowerPoint presentations.
Caryn Neiswender
01:32:23
More information about Gradescope: https://math.ucsd.edu/resources/instructor-resources/gradescope/index.html
Erilynn Heinrichsen
01:32:32
And meanwhile regularly checking in with the TAs to make sure they are not going over contracted workload
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:32:41
(Please disregard my green 'yes' checkmark - I'm just testing to see if it fades away over time or if I have to click it again for the icon to disappear next to my name)
Cindy Perez
01:34:12
coronavirus.ucsd.edu
Peter Galderisi
01:34:49
If TAs are granted full or almost full access on CANVAS, they should be able to review the quizzes.
Caryn Neiswender
01:35:33
@Peter Galderisi — You can also use the “View as Student” to see the student’s perspective
Caryn Neiswender
01:35:51
https://community.canvaslms.com/docs/DOC-13122-415261153
Peter Galderisi
01:36:17
Yes--and a good way to check if you have set up quizzes and other assignments correctly.
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:36:37
*Realizes Caryn is speaking while also typing & hands her MVP trophy
Ross Parnell-Turner
01:36:46
What is the ‘best practice’ for recording snippets of video to put into Canvas? Set up a zoom meeting (just by myself), record it and post via Kaltura? Or is there a specific feature in Zoom for this? Thank you :)
Caryn Neiswender
01:37:44
@Ross Parnell-Turner — That’s a very quick and easy way to get up and running quickly! (Open your own Zoom meeting, record yourself for a few minutes, record, then upload to the Media Gallery in Canvas)
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:37:44
A few ppl have mentioned Camtasia
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:37:55
I imagine YouTube would also work
Ross Parnell-Turner
01:38:10
ok, thank you
Steven James Barrera
01:38:43
Making exams, meetings, etc. time zone agnostic seems easiest. I don't want to police the many possible exceptions.
ucsd_rdilmaghani
01:39:33
is training over? this is very specific?!
Gwen Fish
01:39:42
I agree @Steven. I don’t think we need to create further barriers to student learning in these challenging times.
Cindy Perez
01:40:24
Hi @ucsd_rdilmaghani this is open Q&A time for participants to ask any specific questions that they may have
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:40:40
You don't have to publish it yourself to view it in student view
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:41:03
Student view is like a preview
Peter Galderisi
01:41:05
Can we move on
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:41:06
It's a trial view
Caryn Neiswender
01:41:23
@Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD — to make it as confusing as possible, there are two Caryn’s in Digital Learning — or should I say two Karen’s …
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:41:57
Oh wow Lols#PowerToTheCarens
Steven James Barrera
01:42:10
Surveys in Canvas are great
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:43:30
Since all students will be using online, is it not more practical for EdTech to poll all students and make that data available to instructors similar to the roster? (I know that EdTech has a lot going on, but this may be most efficient.)
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:44:08
Good point Deniz
Celine Wahl
01:44:42
Thank you Cindy!
Dave Adams
01:45:04
If students are completing HW assignments that include answering end-of-chapter questions from the course textbook, would they need to save/scan as PDF and email or upload for grading?
Cindy Perez
01:45:40
canvas@ucsd.edu
Jennifer Maynard
01:45:51
Link to training calendar: https://edtech.ucsd.edu/calendar/index.html
Caryn Neiswender
01:45:52
@Deniz — Good question - I think part of the challenge is that each instructor might seek different types of information. You are welcome to contact canvas@ucsd.edu with the suggestion
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:46:23
It saves to your Zoom folder
Jennifer Maynard
01:46:36
ucsd.zoom.us
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:47:29
Thanks for being awesome April!
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:47:38
And Caryn & all the co-hosts
Caryn Neiswender
01:47:48
@Elana Zilbert - Note that if you’re on a Mac, you will also see a pop-up that includes a “View in Finder” link. You can click this to access the folder in which the chat is saved
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:47:58
Will do! Thanks @Caryn! :) Perhaps we can submit most urgent questions and EdTech can pick the popular ones. (Available technology, time zone, etc.)
Erilynn Heinrichsen
01:48:01
@Deniz- what we could do would be to provide a template “getting to know you” survey - keep your eye on the website for more resources soon
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:48:32
Thank you @Erilynn! :)
Dr. Jarryd Willis PhD
01:49:34
Yassss Matthew!
Cindy Perez
01:49:48
digitallearning.ucsd.edu
Cindy Perez
01:49:51
keepteaching.ucsd.edu
Peter Galderisi
01:49:55
Thanks all.
Steven James Barrera
01:49:58
Are there suggested techs (microphones, headphones, browsers, etc.) recommended for moving forward in zoon? Or things to avoid?
Deniz Ilkbasaran
01:50:00
Thank you!!!