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Kathleen Tait
42:11
We could send questions to you via Chat?
Sonia Saddiqui
42:19
yes
larapalombo
42:34
Great
Mathew Hillier
42:43
Hello all :-)
Mathew Hillier
42:52
Hi! :-)
June Buchanan
42:52
Hello :)
DanielleMoon
42:53
This is great! Does the Chat button only work in webinars? Or also in large meetings?
Muhammad Aftab Alam
42:55
Hello
Lea Beness
42:56
Hello everyone
Robert Sinnerbrink
42:56
Hi Matt
Emilio Lomonaco
43:09
Hello everyone
Bettina Pfaendner
43:12
Also in large meetings
Natalie Spence
43:13
This is a meeting not a webinar in Zoom terms
Jaap Timmer
43:15
Hi Robert
Jasna Novak Milic
43:16
chat button works in normal meetings, too
John
43:17
Hi Matt.....were you an Education gradiute?
John
43:25
I think I remember u
John
43:46
Matt Hillier sorry
Natalie Spence
43:54
A meeting can have up to 300 participants
Neil Harrison
43:57
do the icons appear in the same place for both Mac and PC?
Dr Liza Rybak
44:25
Love the Brady Bunch screen!
Natalie Spence
44:28
Neil, I think so. Not completely sure.
carolynadams
44:42
Is there a way to capture the participants’ list?
Natalie Spence
45:12
Carolynadams yes there is a report you can download after the meeting
Sonia Saddiqui
45:34
Neil and Natalie, I believe it's more or less the same
Mathew Hillier
46:01
@Carolnadams - you can also save the chat using the small ‘more’ button to the bottom right of the chat window.
Willa McDonald
46:17
Can participants in a breakout room individually share their screens?
Gai Ramesh
46:28
Willa - yes. They can.
Willa McDonald
46:39
thx
Mathew Hillier
47:02
yes
larapalombo
47:04
yes
mq20006108
47:09
Yes
Milton Baar
47:11
Yes
Patricia Koromvokis
47:11
yes
julian dight
47:16
yes
Tess Howes
47:17
Where is the hands up icon?
Vanessa T
47:18
Yes!
Jaap Timmer
47:28
How did you get the slides to us?
June Buchanan
47:30
Yes, all good - thank you :)
Natalie Spence
47:46
Hands up via ‘Participants’ button
Natalie Spence
48:04
Jaap, he shared his screen
Lea Beness
48:52
Can I take notes on the screen while this on. I.e. Minimize Matt’s screen/
Alice Chik
49:02
Press ESC
Sonia Saddiqui
49:13
lea, yes you can, press ESP to minimise
Sonia Saddiqui
49:16
ESC
Lavina Lee
49:29
Question for later - how did Matt put up this powerpoint as he is talking to us?
Lea Beness
49:30
Thank you!
Bettina Pfaendner
49:40
He shared his screen
Natalie Spence
49:45
Lea, yes you can minimise the screen. Try hitting ‘esc’ button on keyboard.
Bettina Pfaendner
49:58
@Lavina “Share Screen”
Jaap Timmer
50:07
Thanks Bettina
Mathew Hillier
50:14
The COVID19 section of the MQ Teche blog is here : https://teche.mq.edu.au/category/covid-19/
Lise Barry
50:43
Do you anticipate that the NBN will have sufficient capacity to cope with zoom webinars and other synchronous activities or should we plan not just for online delivery - but online delivery with very slow internet?
Lyn Collins
50:45
A facilitator of a zoom session has access to a number of functions e.g. share screen, run a poll, put students in break out groups etc
Bettina Pfaendner
51:07
@Lise, at the moment, yes
Natalie Spence
51:21
Lise, always good to be prepared. Also students don’t necessarily have good internet plans.
Mathew Hillier
51:31
@ Lise - i am sitting at home on an connection that is quite poor and Zoom works OK. I have about 3MB download and 0.8MB upload speed.
Lyn Collins
51:50
I believe we should be planning for asynchronous delivery. My connection keeps dropping out
Gai Ramesh
52:01
@Lise it is recommend that if an activity can be delivered asynchronously ..then use that mode. and use zoom for any needed synchronous activity.
Lise Barry
53:43
I'm also trying to plan for students who are sharing a house with many others and mightn't be able to access a computer at particular time - and yes as someone mentioned, maybe can't afford unlimited data - many will have lost their job etc
Gai Ramesh
56:03
There is an option to record zoom and load it on to learn (echo space). This would be an useful way for students in the situation you have mentioned @Lise
Anita Sekar
56:17
Question for later - how can you invite your students to an online zoom tutorial without sending emails to large groups? I would think sending email invitations to classes of 30 would be cumbersome to do every week for multiple tutorials. Is it possible to post a link on ilearn allocated to a tutorial group and time to enable students to join via ilearn? Thank you :)
Gai Ramesh
56:39
@anita you should have group sync turned on in iTeach.
Natalie Spence
57:04
Anita, yes you can post a link in iLearn.
Gai Ramesh
57:22
This would bring your tutorial groups to iLearn from iTeach. That way you can use the group function in iLearn to provide a link to a particular group.
Edwin Franks
57:32
Edwin Franks Will the university supply microphones for Echo360 or is my laptop good enough?
Gai Ramesh
57:49
@Edwin - most laptop mics are good enough
Sonia Saddiqui
57:51
laptop is usually good enough
Natalie Spence
58:05
Your phone mic might be useful as well
mq94605548
58:07
do you need a microphone to record on echo360 on a windows pro
Bettina Pfaendner
58:15
Matt uses his computer mic now, it is ok
Jasna Novak Milic
58:25
To inform students about the meeting address: create multiple meetings with one url address (choose reaccuring meeting) and simply post one addresd for all future meetings
Dr Liza Rybak
58:44
Do I need to go to Echo
mq94605548
58:45
who do we ask for support when recording on echo360 as this is going to fast.
Anita Sekar
58:46
Thank you. I will check ilearn for group sync. Does this depend on the Convenor setting up tutorial groups/classes on ilearn?
Dr Liza Rybak
59:05
360 for Zoom tutorials?
mq94605548
59:31
no liza - you don't need to know about echo360 - but hi!
Sonia Saddiqui
59:38
I strongly recommend everyone has a go using the provided advice/turorials
Dr Liza Rybak
59:46
Do I need to go to Echo360 for Zoom tutorials?
Sonia Saddiqui
59:52
https://teche.mq.edu.au/2020/03/covid-19-use-of-zoom-for-online-delivery/
Gai Ramesh
59:56
@anita check your iTeach for group sync not iLearn. You will have automatic groups showing up in iLearn.
Jasna Novak Milic
01:00:09
no,zoom is a sepatate software
Nicole Matthews
01:00:10
Is there anything to stop us recording a normal lecture as a series of “chunks” such that students can do activities after listening to each “chunk”? Ie is there a constraint on the number of videos we can post
Bettina Pfaendner
01:00:33
no constraint
Gai Ramesh
01:00:47
@Nicole no. I don’t think so. I would actually recommend chunking!
Natalie Spence
01:01:33
Nicole, I don’t think there is a number limit to Echo360 videos
Dr Liza Rybak
01:01:49
Is Echo360 for lectures?
Gai Ramesh
01:01:51
@mq93605548 - please email ilearn.help@mq.edu.au for support with ECHO360 support
Natalie Spence
01:02:02
Liza yes
Nicole Matthews
01:02:04
Do we need to compress the files?
Rebecca Bull
01:02:08
hi everyone. I have just been doing audio recording in my powerpoint presentations. You can just do the recording for each slide, so then if you need to change the recording later you can just do the individual piece for a specific slide (rather than the whole lot!)
Natalie Spence
01:02:09
Zoom is interaction
Lea Beness
01:02:26
Can you do a mix of using old Echo lectures and recording new ones?
Matthew Robson
01:02:32
Echo is the preferred tool for capturing lecture recordings. Zoom is better for tutorials and interactive sessions
Gai Ramesh
01:02:32
@Rebecca - great suggestion!
Tess Howes
01:02:34
Can students use Echo 360?
Lyn Collins
01:02:41
@liza - Best to use Echo360 for information transfer and just use zoom if you want to interact with students synchronously
David Kaplan
01:03:17
Thanks, Matt. Your audio is extremely clear. Just curious if you’re using your computer’s internal mic, external mic, etc?
Natalie Spence
01:03:18
Tess, yes and there are resources to help. For video based assessment etc.
Nicole Matthews
01:03:37
Can you put it both in “class” and also as a url elsewhere in ilearn
Edwin Franks
01:04:20
can I splice in a video made using a visualizer? Will I have access to the lecture room visualisers?
Bettina Pfaendner
01:04:30
@Nicole you can put it in class and create an URL and also put it somewhere else
Leanne Ruggero
01:04:32
The managed software system has “Echo360 Personal Capture” and also “Echo 360 Universal Capture”. Which one should we download?
Nicole Matthews
01:04:49
How do you get back to that dialogue box to do both?
Lise Barry
01:05:01
Camtasia is good and Audacity is also pretty easy to use if people are looking for alternatives. But Echo360 is simpler than either
Nicole Matthews
01:05:10
Thanks Lise
Bettina Pfaendner
01:05:25
@Nicole, you click on the video
Robert Sinnerbrink
01:05:46
I would say use ECHO360 Universal Capture because I could no longer upload my recording onto iLearn because I still had ECHO360 Personal Capture. Definitely easier with Universal Capture.
Tess Howes
01:05:47
Do you recommend we encourage students to use Echo360 in lieu of presentations?
Natalie Spence
01:05:47
Edwin, I’m not sure about detailed editing like that with Echo - you might want to use another editor. At the moment you can use the rooms as you would usually to record a lecture
Edwin Franks
01:06:04
Thanks
Leanne Ruggero
01:06:14
Thanks Robert
carolynadams
01:06:39
will we have access to this recording after it ends?
Ruth French
01:06:40
TIP: For those who have used Echo360 Capture in the past.I hadn't realised until very recently that I was running an older version of Echo360 Personal Capture. It recorded fine, but then wouldn't upload. This meant I had to find the lecture recording on my c: drive, and upload it manually (via that 'Upload' blue button Matt just pointed out) instead of directly through the Echo360 environment.So - the tip is - make sure you've downloaded the latest version of the app - as Matt showed us how to do just now.
Karen Pearlman
01:07:07
Is there a file size limit on echo 360 for staff? For students?
Robert Sinnerbrink
01:07:17
Yes, had the same experience with Personal Capture so do download Universal Capture,
mq20174180
01:07:21
Happened to me too. Now I know what to do! Thanks Ruth.
Nicole Matthews
01:07:23
I am trying to download but need admin privileges from the Uni to get it on a work laptop. Or I think so?? Does anyone else have experiences with this?
Edwin Franks
01:07:39
Will the students see a split screen, one part with my presentation and one a capture of my webcam?
Gai Ramesh
01:07:43
@tess students can upload a video to their library in echo360 . Student presentation is best done with powerpoint and audio recording. Or use any video recording tool and then upload to echo360 My Library space
Bettina Pfaendner
01:08:02
@Nicole, put in a ticket to IT
Robert Sinnerbrink
01:08:04
Hi Nicole, Had the same problem because we have almost zero Admin rights. Had to ask IT to do it for me (which they did remotely).
Nicole Matthews
01:08:30
Thanks Robert. I had some dud info about it today so just thought I’d check.
Matthew Robson
01:09:01
@Edwin - Yes students can view the recording with both screens side by side. They also can select to focus on one of the two screens.
Natalie Spence
01:09:09
I don’t think there is much of a file limit in uploading video to Echo. I would suggest giving students a file limit if they are uploading - but we can check on any file limits.
Gai Ramesh
01:10:21
Adding to Natalie, @karen - the upload to echo is more of an issue when you have large files than the file itself.
Lyn Collins
01:11:54
@Edwin Franks - students can manage their view i.e. see a split screen or preference one screen over the other.
Edwin Franks
01:12:18
Thanks
Nicole Matthews
01:12:19
Be warned, I was told to call AV for help with this earlier today when I rang the IT service desk.
Greg Downey
01:12:37
Earlier today I uploaded a 79 mb file to my Echo 360 recordings. It was the lecture I gave last year: two hours, lots of media… It took a while, but Echo 360 had no trouble with the file size.
Dr Liza Rybak
01:12:40
What is the contact telephone for IT help desk
Karen Pearlman
01:13:25
Tip for anyone whose students say they are getting dropouts, aside from mute mic and mute video, be careful of making fast movements of hand gestures in front of your camera - the internet struggles with these!
Nicole Matthews
01:13:36
Thanks Karen
Sherrie Love
01:13:51
@Liza +61 2 9850 HELP (4357) https://staff.mq.edu.au/support/technology/it-service-desk
Nicole Matthews
01:14:20
Should we send that link macquarie.zoom.us to our students?
Natalie Spence
01:14:27
Also, as a participant, always act as if someone is looking at you through the camera. Be careful when camera and audio is live.
Natalie Spence
01:14:47
Nicole, yes students can use it like we can.
Tess Howes
01:14:58
Would OneHelp be able to add the MU Zoom link on the resources drop down menu so you can select Zoom - instead of a Discussion Forum or URL etc. Wouldn't this be better than setting up setting up the meeting in our Zoom accounts and pasting the link into iLearn?
Natalie Spence
01:15:26
@ Tess that is already available.
Natalie Spence
01:15:48
We think that the URL is more versatile in giving students instructions and an overall timetable etc
Natalie Spence
01:16:20
I think that you need a learning designer to add the Zoom item to your unit.
SusanHoadley
01:16:30
So for iLearn help which is best email or onehelp?
Milton Baar
01:16:51
Using dual displays with Echo360 Personal Recording control on screen 1 and set to record on screen 2. I enter presentation mode for PowerPoint directing “display” to screen 2, the control for Echo360 is then hidden by the PowerPoint presenter display…
Natalie Spence
01:17:20
For learning technologies esp iLearn, ilearn.help@mq.edu.au is best
Dr Liza Rybak
01:18:13
What is SSO?
Natalie Spence
01:18:29
Liza, single sign on
Natalie Spence
01:19:05
Susan, though be careful to include unit details etc in email!
Dr Liza Rybak
01:19:38
Thank you Natalie, SSO do you mean usual MQU logon
Natalie Spence
01:20:07
Liza, yes
Nicole Matthews
01:21:31
How do you share the poll results Matt?
Mathew Hillier
01:21:37
it is a good idea to do a poll early in the session to get students interacting. You can also use the ‘tick’ and ‘cross’ buttons on the participants list to get students to respond.
Gai Ramesh
01:21:45
@Nicole, on the host screen there is a share results button
Nicole Matthews
01:21:52
Thanks Gai
Anne Forbes
01:22:01
I’m getting each of my tutors to set up zoom invitations to their tute groups, where we’ll use breakout rooms as well. Just wondering how tutors get support if needed?
Edwin Franks
01:22:08
How do we write and store polls before azoom session?
Tess Howes
01:22:24
Do you have to allocate students manually to breakout rooms - or will it do it automatically if you specify the number of students per group?
Gai Ramesh
01:22:35
@Edwin, in your zoom admin screen, you should be able to set it up. Go to http://macquarie.zoom.us in your browser.
Gai Ramesh
01:22:57
@tess you can do random or manual.. as Matt is currently explaining
Alice Chik
01:23:08
I’d like to try Padlet to replace the Zoom chat coz the chat room disappear when zoom is over, and the download version is only .txt
Nicole Matthews
01:23:28
Is there an FAQ re downloading Zoom that we can recommend for students to look at?
Natalie Spence
01:23:30
Anne, lots of online resources are available. If you can pay for tutor time, get them to practice together.
Anne Forbes
01:23:49
OK, thanks.
Yuan Meng
01:23:55
Do we need to group email a Zoom meeting link to students every time?
Gai Ramesh
01:23:55
@Alice, as far as you can identify the students in Padlet, then you can use it. The directive currently from PVC(A) is to use tools that can at least identify users at the backend
Natalie Spence
01:23:58
Tess, you can allocate automatically or manually.
Karen Pearlman
01:24:02
Under which setting to upload spreadsheet for breakout rooms?
Gai Ramesh
01:24:16
@yuan you can put the zoom link as an announcement or a forum post in iLearn.
Alice Chik
01:24:26
@Gai good point about student identification
Edwin Franks
01:24:28
Thanks , I will check. It would be nice to see some examples of stored polls.
Yuan Meng
01:24:36
Cool. Thank you, Gai!
Natalie Spence
01:24:41
@Alice, a fine use of another technology. Be careful about splitting attention…
Greg Downey
01:25:40
I was just looking: are we capped at 300 participants?
Greg Downey
01:25:57
Probably not an issue…
Bettina Pfaendner
01:25:58
@Greg yes
Jeremy Hind
01:26:04
Yes 300 users per session with no time limit
Jeremy Hind
01:26:33
If you go to Macquarie.zoom.us you can login and see your profile page to see the settings that apply to your account
Alice Chik
01:26:41
@Natalie I worry about that…but I am concerned that some students will not want to join Zoom (data plan management) so they will not be able to join in the conversation. iLearn chat room can be disrupted easily if logged out (have to join again every time you logged out). Trying to find a chatroom tool that would allow a more equitable participation (with less fuss)
Nicole Matthews
01:27:06
If they use audio on zoom is that less hungry for data?
Natalie Spence
01:27:44
@Alice how about a Google Doc - you can ask students to login so you can verify identities
Natalie Spence
01:27:56
Nicole, yes
Karen Pearlman
01:28:10
where do we find a’page’ to share links?
Sophia Riley Kobacker
01:28:32
So Student Presentations... How do they do it?
Nicole Matthews
01:28:35
Do the materials associated with this chat have detail about those affordances eg the whiteboard one.
mq20095914
01:28:52
is there a limit to time for zoom - was 40 mins - is that still the case?
Gai Ramesh
01:29:11
@Nicole check Teche > Zoom post. It has links to all the guides etc
Karen Pearlman
01:29:13
Is there a handout on setting up a meeting? I’ve been sent one on joining a meeting!
Gai Ramesh
01:29:23
@20095914 - no its unlimited
Steph Brooks
01:29:24
When will the "power user" info be available? Is this i one of the Teche guides?
Natalie Spence
01:29:25
Sophia, you can allow others to show their screens for student presentations
Natalie Spence
01:29:36
Students can also create meetings as hosts
Jeremy Hind
01:29:37
https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476093-Getting-Started-with-Breakout-Rooms
Karen Pearlman
01:29:41
Also, still wondering about how we upload a spread sheet with allocated groups - is that quite obvious in settings??
Alice Chik
01:29:45
@nicole Yes, Google Doc :) I also want to use it for a time-stamped assessment
Jasna Novak Milic
01:29:49
Last time I played a video in my browser, that was not visible on the students' screens. Is there a way to resolve that?
Sophia Riley Kobacker
01:29:50
Thanks Natalie
SusanHoadley
01:29:54
Sorry, off topic question, with iLearn forums are student posts immediate, delayed or is there a setting for that?
Karen Pearlman
01:29:57
Thanks Jeremy!
Natalie Spence
01:30:56
@Susan as far as I know they have the same settings as we have for posts.
Bettina Pfaendner
01:31:11
@Susan there are different forums you can set up differentlly
Ruth French
01:31:41
It would be good to have some ideas for types of activities that are useful to set for break-out groups to do.Also I heard from a friend using Zoom break-out groups in high school teaching - she found it necessary to give students a time limit so they didn't just muck about. ;-)
Gai Ramesh
01:31:46
@karen pearlman - https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/209605493-In-Meeting-File-Transfer
Anne Forbes
01:32:28
Where do we get the floating tools again?
Gai Ramesh
01:32:30
@ruth, yes you need to set time limit for breakout.
Bettina Pfaendner
01:32:56
@Susan https://students.mq.edu.au/support/study/tools-and-resources/ilearn/ilearn-quick-guides-for-students/discussion-forums
Natalie Spence
01:33:53
@Ruth, yes there are ways to manage break out groups and they can message you if they have questions. There are help resources online that go into details. The Zoom.us site has a lot of good instructional videos and resources.
Ruth French
01:34:08
Thanks! I'll be using those.
Willa McDonald
01:34:15
Can the tutors take over their own tutorials if it’s been set up as a meeting by me?
Willa McDonald
01:34:45
Can you also set up individual meetings for different tutorial groups? And then have breakout groups in each tutorial?
Natalie Spence
01:34:46
@Willa set them as co-hosts - or they can set their own up
Willa McDonald
01:34:57
Great - thanks
Ruth French
01:35:13
I am thinking some students will just drop into any tutorial they like if we have one link for all of them in our unit of study. This will be difficult for tracking participation/ engagement, and also tricky for managing size of groups. So yes, I think a separate link for each tutorial might be the way we go.
Lyn Collins
01:35:35
You can set up recurring meeting times in settings
SusanHoadley
01:36:03
Right, so that's goods, saves setting up links each week!
Dr Rebecca Andrews
01:36:56
If I set up the zoom session and I give it to the tutor can he/she act as host?
Genevieve McArthur
01:37:07
Gotta go. Thank you, Matt. Really useful! Gen
Neil Harrison
01:37:13
but each tutor would need to send their link for their particular tute?
Natalie Spence
01:37:30
@Rebecca set tutors as co-hosts
larapalombo
01:37:33
Thank you. Good.
Dr Rebecca Andrews
01:37:39
ok thanks
Leanne Ruggero
01:37:40
Rebecca: You have to assign them to be a ‘co-host’ or they won’t have rights to record the session.
Lyn Collins
01:37:41
You won’t necessarily need to set up zoom sessions in the first week - give yourselves time to get comfortable with the technology
Natalie Spence
01:37:49
@Neil yes for separate meetings per tutorial
Mathew Hillier
01:37:50
yes
Kathleen Tait
01:38:23
I am aware that Jaana and Alex have finished. Can I ask for the names of the new Learning Designers please?
huachen
01:38:50
In the breakout room, can the students use the whiteboard and share what they’ve written down afterwards?
Gai Ramesh
01:38:56
@Kathleen - Arts L&T LDs are here to help education and FMHHS LDs are there for the other depts.
DanielleMoon
01:38:56
@DrRebecca, we did a practice and found it easier to set the tutor up as the host, so they have the full range of functionality.
Nicole Matthews
01:38:57
Is Voicethread still supported at MQ?
Lise Barry
01:39:02
Thanks Matt - eaving the meeting but appreciate the session very much
Gai Ramesh
01:39:04
@Nicole yes!
Nicole Matthews
01:39:25
If someone needs to set up a Voicethread assessment, do they still need learning developers to do it?
Dr Rebecca Andrews
01:39:34
thanks @daniellemoon
Natalie Spence
01:39:40
@Nicole yes to voice thread, and yes you need help to get it set up
Nicole Matthews
01:39:47
thanks
Lyn Collins
01:39:59
FMHHS support is available from: https://mqoutlook.sharepoint.com/sites/O365-Group-fmhslandt/SitePages/FMHHS-LDT-Tools-&-Tech-Workshops.aspx
Alice Chik
01:40:05
Thanks Matt and Arts L&T LDs :) really helpful!
Lyn Collins
01:40:10
It lists the learning designers there
Mathew Hillier
01:40:28
This is my first day at MQ today! :-)
Gai Ramesh
01:40:29
Arts L&T support can be found here https://lt.arts.mq.edu.au
mq20095914
01:40:38
I would like to copy echo recordings from last year - can you tell me how to do that.
Natalie Spence
01:40:49
I’m Science and Engineering LD - also Fiona Thurn
Willa McDonald
01:41:03
Will the slides be available? And the chat? After this meeting...
Natalie Spence
01:41:11
Willa, yes
Gai Ramesh
01:41:13
@mq20095914 - email ilearn.help@mq.edu.au - attn AVTS
Willa McDonald
01:41:31
Thanks!
Gai Ramesh
01:41:51
@Nicole. Ticket your voice thread question to ilearn.help@mq.edu.au
Willa McDonald
01:41:57
Matthew - what a first day!
Nicole Matthews
01:42:16
Thanks Gai. Not for me but a colleague.
Lyn Collins
01:42:50
Classic video Matt :)
Ruth French
01:42:56
Regarding exams - A question.Context: I am thinking of replacing my exam with an online timed quiz plus a timed extended response to be submitted via Turnitin during the exam window.Question: Will the university still schedule the exams, so that my timed online quiz plus Turnitin task will not be held at the same time as the students' other 'exams'?
Jaap Timmer
01:43:10
thanks!
Kathleen Tait
01:43:15
Thanks Matt.
Nicole Matthews
01:43:21
Is the sound quality of that vid. A good eg of how video played during zoom would sound? Or specific to that video?
Tess Howes
01:43:24
Thanks - cheers
Loraine Fordham
01:43:29
Thanks very much Matt and team. Bye for now :)
Natalie Spence
01:43:30
Ruth, good question - something to ask the central team
Nicole Matthews
01:43:32
Thanks Matt
Sophia Riley Kobacker
01:43:41
Thanks Matt
DanielleMoon
01:43:41
Thanks, that was very helpful.
Matthew Robson
01:43:43
Have to logoff team! Thanks Matt and Learning Designers.
Shahzada Imran
01:43:44
Thanks Matt.
Dr Rebecca Andrews
01:43:48
Thanks Matt and team
Rosa Alejandro
01:43:49
Thanks matt
Gai Ramesh
01:43:52
@Nicole - best not to play video in zoom. And to give the link to students to play on their own
Kayo Nakazawa
01:43:56
Thank you!
Natasha's iPad
01:43:56
Thanks so much Matt.
lindaevans
01:43:57
Thanks Matt - explained what I needed to know.
Nicole Matthews
01:44:02
Okay thanks
Dana Skopal
01:44:08
Thanks Matt
Willa McDonald
01:44:10
How do you split the screen when recording in echo?
huachen
01:44:16
In the breakout room, can the students use the whiteboard and share what they’ve written down afterwards?
Jaap Timmer
01:44:30
Thanks Matt, that was really useful! Cheers
Kath B
01:44:39
Thanks Matt and co. Really helpful. :)
mq20174180
01:44:52
Thanks Matt!
Julie-Anne Long
01:45:12
Thank you very much, that was useful. Chookas everyone, JA
DanielleMoon
01:45:17
If we break students into groups, do they have separate chat functions?
Gai Ramesh
01:45:25
@huachen they can use share screen. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476313
Gai Ramesh
01:45:35
@daniellemoon - yes
Natalie Spence
01:45:45
Huachen probably best to look at more detailed resources on zoom.us
Francesco Stolfi
01:46:00
If we record Echo360 lectures slide by slide, can we then stitch the recorded slides into a single recorded lecture?
Natalie Spence
01:46:09
DanielleMoon yes groups have chat and they can save the chat
carolynadams
01:46:30
Will this recording be available to us later?
huachen
01:46:37
Thanks Matt and the team
DanielleMoon
01:46:39
Excellent, thank you! Can they save it and send it to me? Or am I automatically in the chat as the overall meeting host?
Greg Downey
01:46:54
Just a question relating to audio. I’m noticing how high Jeremy’s gain is, and how it’s distorting the audio. Is there any way that we can make sure our audio is not too high so that the levels are right?
Ruth French
01:47:14
Many thanks to Matt and the Learning Designers. Appreciated this and also good to know the slides etc. will be available - saw some things in Matt's mind map that might be interesting to look into.
Greg Downey
01:47:39
Agree with @Ruth French. Some great stuff in that mind map.
Steph Brooks
01:47:41
How do I exit the meeting? Is it just a matter of closing the app?
Natalie Spence
01:47:45
The host can go into all breakout groups
Natalie Spence
01:48:02
Steph, yes, close the window or the exit meeting button
Natalie Spence
01:48:46
Greg not sure about the audio. There might be more on fine-tuning audio on the Zoom.us site.
Bettina Pfaendner
01:48:47
@Steph click on Leave meeting, right low corner when you hover with the mouse over the zoom session
Greg Downey
01:49:05
Natalie, I know you can test it when you are entering…
Greg Downey
01:49:17
Thanks.
Gai Ramesh
01:49:38
@ Greg - that really matters on what mic you are using. Just using the computer’s mic seems to work well. I don’t use the headset mic etc, they seem to have weird gains
Natalie Spence
01:49:38
Greg, yes, and I think the quality of audio can be influenced by a number of factors, some out of your control.
Greg Downey
01:49:48
Yeah, I just saw that their are audio settings and tests…
Nicole Matthews
01:50:38
Where do you find those Greg
Lyn Collins
01:50:57
Hi folks, I have to go now - good luck everyone and thanks Matt.
Greg Downey
01:51:08
Right alongside the microphone button on the bottom left, there is a pull up menu when you press on the little arrow.
Gai Ramesh
01:51:16
@Nicole the up arrow next to the mute/unmute button bottom left corner
Nicole Matthews
01:51:29
Thanks for that
Greg Downey
01:51:38
Liza, don’t count on the students being good at technology
Greg Downey
01:51:52
They’re good at Instagram and stuff, but they are surprisingly inept on this stuff
Greg Downey
01:52:25
My audio was pretty good from home.
Mathew Hillier
01:52:26
all good for me at home on crappy internet.
Mathew Hillier
01:52:38
best to only have one mic active at one tome.
Mathew Hillier
01:52:40
time*
Edwin Franks
01:52:46
Audio was good for me
Sophia Riley Kobacker
01:52:48
Audio fine
Greg Downey
01:52:50
I always thought I could plug a direct cable into the modem instead of going through the wifi
Natalie Spence
01:53:37
The scenario we haven’t talked about is students using Zoom for group work.
Jane Lancaster
01:54:42
Can the lecturer monitor/join all of the groups in the break out rooms?
Gai Ramesh
01:54:58
@Jane you can join one breakout room at a time.
Jane Lancaster
01:55:04
thanks
Nicole Matthews
01:56:50
Interesting workload implications there
Greg Downey
01:57:04
Well done, Matt and all the L&T support folks. Really well done!
Gai Ramesh
01:57:05
Got a response about ECHO file size from echo IT guys: “no limit on echo, realistically though, try to stay under 4gb or browsers are not gonna like it.”
Gai Ramesh
01:57:19
Thanks @Greg!
Lavina Lee
01:57:36
Thanks very much to Matt and the rest of the team - it’s been very helpful.
Nicole Matthews
01:57:55
If we record zoom - ie use it for lectures - do we need to compress the file to upload it?
catherinemartin
01:58:06
Thanks so much Matt & team. Very helpful :)
Gai Ramesh
01:58:06
@Lavina thanks. As I said it really matters on what activity you are doing ..that determines the number you should have in the session.
Gai Ramesh
01:58:34
@Nicole you would need to compress it to load to iLearn. But if you upload to echo, it should auto compress
Cassie Khamis
01:58:47
When are the students getting the ‘quick guide’ or is it already available?
Jane Lancaster
01:58:51
Will students be sent Zoom set up info … or do we send it to them?
Nicole Matthews
01:59:06
Can you clarify Gai. Ie if I record on universal capture it will auto compress. But if I record on Zoom I will have to compress?
Gai Ramesh
01:59:21
@cassie and Jane - check out Teche.mq.edu.au for student guides / info
Nicole Matthews
01:59:27
If I want to compress zoom recordings what would be the correct way to do that.
Natalie Spence
02:00:22
@Jane we are getting guides together. If you use Zoom you will need to give the guides to students.
Nicole Matthews
02:00:24
Should I use VPL or something else?
Natalie Spence
02:00:57
@Nicole if you upload to Echo, it will compress your Zoom recording for you. Kaltura will also compress.
Nicole Matthews
02:01:24
I don’t understand Gai. Are you talking about recording in Echo, or importing a Zoom recording to echo.
Nicole Matthews
02:01:48
Okay I see. I would record zoom locally then upload to Echo?
Nicole Matthews
02:01:54
Is that easy to do?
Gai Ramesh
02:02:09
@Nicole - yes.
Natalie Spence
02:02:24
@Nicole relatively easy. Follow the guide steps. An alternative is to record on the cloud and share that URL
Nicole Matthews
02:03:01
Where would the guide be Gai?
Nicole Matthews
02:03:05
On TEche?
Natalie Spence
02:03:21
*Record Zoom onto the cloud to avoid uploading
Natalie Spence
02:03:33
Teche has a lot of links to a lot of resources
Jane Lancaster
02:03:57
Are we able to students recordings of our zoom meetings with them? And how do we do that? Can they have access if they didn’t join the meeting?
Jane Lancaster
02:04:06
* send students
Jacinta
02:04:17
Thanks Matt! Was very helpful
Nicole Matthews
02:04:33
Thanks all.
Sophia Riley Kobacker
02:04:54
Please - quick run through of Student Presentations given in Meetings.
Gai Ramesh
02:05:36
For all Faculty of Arts support email ilearn.help@mq.edu.au attain: Arts L&T
Natalie Spence
02:05:44
You can record your meeting and save it to the cloud, which gives you a URL to share with students to play back at their leisure. Alternatively upload a recording to Echo
Jane Lancaster
02:06:05
Thanks Natalie
Natalie Spence
02:07:14
Just give it a go!
June Buchanan
02:07:27
Thank you Matt et al. for giving up your time and sharing your expertise :)
Lea Beness
02:07:29
Thanks matt and learning designers
Sonia Saddiqui
02:07:33
thanks everyone for coming
Gai Ramesh
02:07:42
Thank you all! We are all learning here as well!
Jane Lancaster
02:07:42
Thanks Matt