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Ronald Ulseth's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Cody Mann
33:17
Hello, everyone. I will be your chat room moderator for this session. Please direct your questions to me by typing them here in the chat. I will help to pass these along to Ron Ulseth and have your questions answered during today’s session.
Frankie Wood-Black
33:35
Hi Cody!!
Caren Reid Dixon
34:10
Hi Cody! Are you recording this so we can watch it again later?
Cody Mann
34:45
Yes.
Jim Boyd
48:33
Your account has been setup. You can access it from any gmail login.
Cody Mann
50:15
For those of you who have recently joined, welcome! I will be your chat room moderator for this session. Please direct your questions to me by typing them here in the chat. I will help to pass these along to Ron Ulseth and have your questions answered during today’s session.
Anthony Venditto
51:44
It might be worth noting that we use Google Classroom for this delivery.
Nichole Neal
01:07:51
Cisco Webex will automatically adds close caption to your video recording.
Rob Twardock
01:07:59
Do you always use a whiteboard for your calcs, or do you use document cameras, or screen shots as well?
Anthony Venditto
01:08:16
A zoom transcript can be uploaded into Youtube with the video and will show up as CC
emahmoud
01:08:18
How long does it take you to prepare for each Module?
emahmoud
01:08:44
How do you give students feedback or deliver 'office hours'?
Anthony Venditto
01:13:53
@emahmoud, WhatsApp can be useful to give the convenience of texting, but you can mute notifications when you need to be offline.
Jim Boyd
01:27:26
All accounts have been created. Let me know if you would like an account and didn't receive a private message with account information from me.
Christopher.Storm
01:30:14
Are we going to have access to a sample of one of these templates?
Jim Boyd
01:33:51
For those of you who may have joined late, the accounts that were created will give you access to our google system. At some point, Ron will share resources to your newly created account.
Anthony Venditto
01:37:55
Just a reminder. We realize this is an unprecedented week for meetings. This is being recorded and the link will be sent out this evening.
jedwards
01:38:29
Interested in learning what exams look like or how you administer them differently in an online environment
Jennifer Bryant
01:39:02
Yes, very interested in exam formats!
mmillea
01:40:39
to clarify, video-ettes with content and then face-to-face time for problem solving?
Kamy
01:41:40
I would like to know about Lab. courses such as Strength of Materials or Fluids
Brandon Saller
01:43:51
Ditto. How are you approaching lab classes that require hands-on work?
Crystal Smith
01:44:05
Do you have any insights on having students work in small groups on homework or projects in our current state of using an alternative format for delivery?
George Eaton
01:44:27
Are you solving the problems on a physical whiteboard in view of your camera or are you using an electronic whiteboard?
Jennifer Bryant
01:44:33
Having lab type issues as well.
Frankie Wood-Black
01:45:52
Hands on labs - is a resource, Vernier, have some resources, PIVOT is another resource
Nick Arnold
01:46:05
I do circuits labs that don’t have a lot of data, just more experience setting up the circuits and taking measurements (not much data processing)
Frankie Wood-Black
01:46:42
I have been doing that between cross campuses - with zoom meetings
James Wong
01:47:41
Should we try to make online instruction as close to face instruction as we could?For example, giving them a quiz during the online session.
Tesfa Yacob
01:48:25
can you talk about your experience of live problem solving over zoom? How is the level of participarion of students?
Larry Owens
01:50:19
Do you require students to have their video cameras turned on?
Dominic Dal Bello
01:51:45
ideas for students with no/limited access to internet?
Brandon Saller
01:52:25
@Dominic: quite a few local ISP's are providing free or reduced price internet for households with students.
Brandon Saller
01:52:46
(for 60 days typicallY)
Kenyatta Weathersby
02:08:33
how do the students turn in the video notes
Denise Anderson
02:08:34
How does the timing work out for verbal exams?
George Eaton
02:08:37
How to you maintain objectivity and consistency with verbal exams?
Frankie Wood-Black
02:08:44
Your thoughts on changing the perspective -
jedwards
02:09:13
Do you have a preferred scanning app
Frankie Wood-Black
02:09:21
Rather than online to Virtual as we have particular time frames that we expect them to be connected
Kenyatta Weathersby
02:09:22
ok
emahmoud
02:09:34
Can you provide a break down of your grading for a sample course?
Anthony Venditto
02:09:51
@jedwards Office Lens is good. It works with OneDrive very well
Frankie Wood-Black
02:10:13
Office Lens is really good - and I have recommended it for my in person classes
Denise Anderson
02:10:22
By timing - During class? Outside of class? Limit disruption to other class activities. 15 min * 10 students = 150 minutes or 3 class periods.
Jim Boyd
02:12:42
iPhones or iPads can scan within the Notes app.
Frankie Wood-Black
02:12:55
What are you doing to set expectations for Virtual Meeting Etiquette
Rob Twardock
02:13:18
This is not online specific, but what is your approach to HW to avoid students overrelying on soln manuals
emahmoud
02:13:56
Can discuss projects in your online classes? Are they collaborative? Is there fabrication, face-to-face meetings or real-world data collection required?
Cody Mann
02:18:42
You can email me at cody.mann@ire.minnstate.edu about a potential visit to your community college in the future!
Frankie Wood-Black
02:32:17
I have hours of ITV video - but does anyone have a good snipping tool so I can cut the videos up quickly?
Nick Arnold
02:34:04
Given the current situation, what are the few things you would recommend that we do if we do not have much time to get going?
mmillea
02:35:21
I joined a few minutes late - how do I request an account from Jim?
Tom Sanford
02:35:27
Do you run into storage problems with video files?
Frankie Wood-Black
02:35:59
Please that has been a big issue for me! Thanks!!
Nick Arnold
02:36:17
Given the current situation, what are the few things you would recommend that we do if we do not have much time to get going?
Jim Boyd
02:37:11
The Photos app in windows 10 allows you to edit videos.
mmillea
02:37:53
How are you going to do written exams in LD courses?
Kamy
02:39:47
=how about having the video on during the exam?
mmillea
02:40:34
This is not a course you discussed, but I have a class that uses software that not all students will be able to run from home. Do you suggest I drop that and come up with a new plan?
Tom Sanford
02:40:40
Really enjoyed your program Ron, Thank-you so much
Frankie Wood-Black
02:41:20
Thank you so much this has been helpful and thank you to the community -
rakhshanasseripour
02:42:48
Thank you so much Ron, Cody, et. al. I have to leave the meeting now. Stay healthy!
Cody Mann
02:42:54
Thank you all for joining us and participating today! We will continue to connect with you moving forward
Tesfa Yacob
02:42:59
@mminelea Our campus uses a virtual lab access. Talk to your IT folks.
Jennifer Bryant
02:43:10
REALLY appreciate your sharing of info!
jedwards
02:43:22
Thanks
Tesfa Yacob
02:43:23
Thank you so much. This was very helpfull!
Christopher.Storm
02:43:23
Thank you for everything!
mmillea
02:43:34
Ron, you've inspired me to show myself on camera, smile, bring ease and peace
Kamy
02:43:43
thank you so much!
Eric Ahlstrom
02:44:29
Ron, I have a question for you after we are done.
Frankie Wood-Black
02:46:08
Thanks - I am signing off now!
Rob Twardock
02:46:25
Thank you! Do you have any suggestions for content for Mechanics of Materials?
Denise Anderson
02:47:15
Thanks for everything Ron. I'll sign off since I don't have questions. I just didn't want to miss someone else's good question!
Dominic Dal Bello
02:47:17
Thanks, Ron.
Lu Li
02:47:35
Thank you, Ron!
Larry Owens
02:47:51
Thanks for sharing your expertise and materials. I appreciate it.
Rob Twardock
02:54:28
What do you think the fallout from this coronavirus will be on engineering education long term? Will students expect more content online? Will schools want to put more online to avoid being caught unprepared again?