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Practical Discussions and Solutions to Meet Classroom Needs in a Covid-19 World - Shared screen with speaker view
Mark Boryta
31:05
Romper Room - wow, bringing us back!!!
Janey Skinner
31:18
Janey Skinner, one of the SLO Coordinators for City College of San Francisco
Ramchandran Sethuraman
32:01
rsethuraman@lbcc.edu
CC
32:30
cc from SDCity College Cecilia Cheung
Francesca Rinaldi (Mt. SAC)
33:46
Francesca Rinaldi frinaldi@mtsac.edu
Kerry Ybarra
33:49
kerry.ybarra@fresnocitycollege.edu
Rena Martinez Stluka
33:49
rmartinezstluka@fullcoll.edu
Gary Patrick
33:52
Gary Patrick
Mayra Cruz
33:54
Mayra Cruz cruzmayra@deanza.edu
Mehdi Mirfattah
33:55
Mehdi Mirfattah, mmirfattah@lbcc.edu
James Taylor
33:55
James Taylor, Long Beach City College
Suman Mudunuri
34:01
suman Mudunuri smudunuri@lbcc.edu
Janey Skinner
34:05
Janey Skinner, jeskinne@ccsf.edu -- one of the SLo coordinators at City college of San Francsico
Sara Deasy
34:13
Who do we email for Flex credit?
user
34:13
Ratana Ngo
Gary Patrick
34:20
Gary Patrick-Long Beach city College
Tram
34:22
Tram Pham tram.pham@evc.edu
Yvonne Armendariz
34:23
Yvonne Armendariz - Bakersfield College yvonne.armendariz@bakersfielldcollege.edu
Matthew Atkinson
34:25
Matthew Atkinson matkinson@lbcc.edu
Melissa Ohr
34:33
Melissa Ohr from SDCCD Nursing
NICOLE Evans
34:33
Nicole Evans nevans@lbcc.edu
Jeffrey Hernandez
34:40
We are requesting everybody to enter their name and email address in this chat room
Sandra Pesce
34:40
Sandra Pesce spesce@sdccd.edu Electronic Resource Librarian, San Diego City College
Jeffrey Hernandez
34:50
Jeffrey Hernandez, hernanj@elac.edu
Tamara Kawakami
34:51
Tamara Kawakami
Diana Alvarado
34:56
Diana Alvarado dalvarado@citruscollege.edu
Melissa Ohr
34:57
mohr@sdccd.edu
Sara Deasy
34:57
Sara Deasy • sara.deasy@fresnocitycollege.edu
Shushanek Silvas
34:59
Shushanek Silvas Fresno City College shushanek.silvas@fresnocitycollege.edu
Sue
35:04
This is Sue Hussey from Sacramento City College husseys@scc.losrios.edu
Eric Thompson
35:05
Eric Thompson, Senate President Santa Rosa Junior College and ASCCC GPTF member, ethompson@santarosa.edu
Tamara Kawakami
35:05
kawakami@comcast.net
Janey Skinner
35:14
FYI - it is less strain on the Zoom and often better quality streaming if you close the video when you aren't speaking (like you quiet your mic when not speaking)
Gretchen Heimlich-Villalta
35:26
Gretchen Heimlich-Villalta, Mt. San Antonio College gheimlich@mtsac.edu
John Craig, JCraig@LBCC.edu
35:36
♥♥♥☻☻☻
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
36:28
If you are recording the chat gets sent to you by Zoom afterwards.
Cara Tan
37:02
I did not register, as I just found out about it this morning
Jeffrey Hernandez
37:19
No registration was need for this webinar
David Lemmer
37:26
David Lemmer dlemmer@santarosa.edu
Kim Sweeney
37:58
yes!
Sandra Pesce, San Diego City College
38:00
Every participant can save the chat (use the “…”) in the chat panel
Mark Boryta
38:54
Question: do "private chats" also get saved?
Sandra Pesce, San Diego City College
39:14
I think only the host can see private chats
Elizabeth Jenson
40:49
Great to meet you!
Virginia May
41:09
I cannot see the private chats
Jose Oceguera
41:36
If we want to get flex credit for this webinar, how can we do that?
Kim Sweeney
42:00
Virginia, at the bottom there should be a “chat” button you can click…
Kim Sweeney
42:23
Above where you type, where it says “everyone” you can choose an individual name...
Jeffrey Hernandez
42:29
A possible solution for recording your atendance for flex credit is to type your name and email address here in the chat room and then saving the chat.
Patti Valella
42:58
Hello everyone! Patti Valella
June
44:04
jturner@paloverde.edu
nhan Zuick
45:11
Good afternoon, my name is Nhan Zuick from Math department
Sabrina
46:06
Hello All: Sabrina Willison 0771220 Sociology
Sandra Pesce, San Diego City College
46:43
Please post link to the CCC COVID-19 Plans in the chat
Jose Oceguera
46:56
Jose Oceguera 0771777 joceguera@lbcc.edu
Virginia May
46:58
You can only see private chats if you have been included on the private chat by the author
Judy Oh
47:01
Judy Oh joh@lbcc.edu
Orchid Nguyen
47:03
Orchid Nguyen 0770303 onguyen@lbcc.edu Math
Suman Mudunuri
47:05
please post this link in the chat
Mayra Cruz
47:10
Please post the spreadsheet link on the chat.
Angela H. Nagao
47:21
Hi Everyone, Angela Hoppe-Nagao, anagao@cerritos.edu
Diep Burbridge
47:22
Diep Burbridge 0584634 Life Science
tthoeurb
47:29
Hello Everyone, this is Tep Thoeurb, tthoeurb@lbcc.edu
Jason Ortiz
47:30
Jason Ortiz jortiz@lbcc.edu
CC
47:36
How do we sign in for FLEX credit?
Patti Valella
47:44
Patti Valella pvalella@lbcc.edu
Jose Oceguera
47:50
Just put your name and email
Greg Ling
47:57
Greg Ling 0379325 FT gling@lbcc.edu
Elizabeth Jenson
48:05
Elizabeth Jenson jensonelizabeth@fhda.edu
Virginia May
48:08
You can save the chat file. Put your name and email in it and we will save it as well.
Michelle Plug
48:11
Michelle Plug - Mplug@citruscollege.edu
BORIS
48:12
boris vukov bvukov@lbcc.edu
CC
48:14
Christine Charles-Bohannon ccharles-bohannon@lbcc.edu
nhan Zuick
48:17
I can not roll down to find my school
Kashara Moore
48:19
Kashara Moore kmoore@lbcc.edu
Kathryn Taylor
48:34
Kathryn Taylor Kathryn.taylor@fresnocitycollege.edu
Leilani Martinez
48:36
Leilani Martinez, lmartinez@sbccd.edu
Emad Faltas
48:49
Emad Faltas efaltas@lbcc.edu
Fritzie Canas
48:56
Fritzie Canas- fcanas@ivc.edu
Cara Tan
49:02
Cara Tan ctan@mtsac.edu
Reagan Clark
49:06
Reagan Clark: Reagan.clark@fresnocitycollege.edu
Jami Emigh
49:18
jemigh@lbcc.edu
Sara Mestas (Mt SAC)
49:23
If you're like me and could not figure out how to raise and unraise hand, click on participants.
Nuria Denis-Arrue
49:30
Nuria Denis-Arrue
Shiloh Blacksher
49:34
Shiloh Blacksher sblacksher@mtsac.edu
Nuria Denis-Arrue
49:49
Nuria Denis-Arrue
Nuria Denis-Arrue
50:04
Fresno City College.edu
Alina
50:11
Alina Yang
Kyle Muldrow
50:15
Kyle Muldrow, kmuldrow@lbcc.edu (Long Beach City College)
Nancy Holland
50:27
Nancy Holland 0304855 Nancy.holland@fresnocitycollege.edu
Geneva Chao
50:38
Geneva Chao, gchao@lbcc.edu, Long Beach City College
Kim Sweeney
50:51
Kim Sweeney ksweeney@sdccd.edu
Sabrina
51:15
Sabrina Willison swillison@lbcc.edu LBCC 0771220
Shiloh Blacksher
51:44
Mt. SAC created a collaborative document -- Resources and Services for Students in Response to COVID-19 can be accessed here https://bit.ly/MtSac-COVID-Resources we are happy to share.
Kim Sweeney
52:01
Thank you, Shiloh!
Salem Berhanu
52:02
Salem Berhanu sberhanu@sdccd.edu
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
52:11
You can't edit the Google Doc that they are displaying -- you're seeing a picture of it, unless they send out a link to edit the Google Doc/sheets.
Alejandra Pulido
52:16
Alejandra Pulido apulido5@mtsac.edu
Tamara Kawakami
52:25
Tamara Kawakami kawakami@comcast.net
nhan Zuick
52:54
Nhan Zuick nzuick@sbccd.cc.ca.us ( SBVC campus)
Shiloh Blacksher
53:11
Yes this is a document for students, we didn't want them to be able to edit. You can download and modify for your needs or I can send you a copy.
Mika Merino
53:12
mmerino2@mtsac.edu
Sara Mestas (Mt SAC)
53:19
Sara Mestas- Mt. SAC smestas@mtsac.edu
Instructor
53:34
Colleen Peralta 0770670
Brittany Lomeli
53:41
Brittany Lomeli blomeli@lbcc.edu
Malia Carpenter
53:46
Malia Carpenter - malia.carpenter@vvc.edu
Gary Patrick
54:29
Gary Patrick - gpatrick@lbcc.edu - Long Beach City College
William Jaynes
54:33
wjaynes@lbcc.edu
davion
54:58
Davion White dewhite@lbcc.edu
Jeffrey Hernandez
55:01
Here's the link to the google doc shown earlier: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1bc3qTIDJkTpgCaEUZfL8x_5y8wMaD9sdpljukKT7zdk/edit#gid=0
Hoang Nguyen
55:31
Hoang Nguyen h4nguyen@lbcc.edu
Teri Avila
55:39
tavila@lbcc.edu Teri Avila
Jeffrey Hernandez
55:47
You can find that google doc and other useful info at https://asccc.org/covid-19-faculty-resources
Lizbet Sanchez
55:50
Thank you, Shiloh! :)
Jorge Ochoa
56:16
Jorge Ochoa, jochoa@lbcc.edu
Debbie Ockey
56:19
Debbie Ockey
birdgurl6@yahoo.com
56:19
Isabelle zapata
Lizbet Sanchez
56:23
Lizbet Sanchez lsanchez@mtsac.edu
Angela Kemsley
56:26
Angela Kemsley akemsley@sdccd.edu
Alina
56:27
Alina Yang ayang@lbcc.edu
Don "Rico" Gelera
56:32
dgelera@ccsf.edu
birdgurl6@yahoo.com
56:33
isabelle.zapata@cardiffschools.com
Amy Nakamura
56:35
Amy Nakamura anakamura@mtsac.edu
Cheryl Johnson
56:38
cheryl.johnson@fresnocitycollege.edu
Kendra
56:39
kcabrera@mpc.edu
Emily Garrison
56:42
Emily Garrison - Barstow Community College - egarrison@barstow.ed
Rachel’s iPhone
56:45
Rachel Marchioni rmarchioni@coastline.edu
Debbie Ockey
56:53
debbie.ockey@fresnocitycollege.edu
Kim Dozier
56:55
kdozier@collegeofthedesert.edu
Margie Spikes-Tucker
56:58
Margie Spikes-Tucker mspikes@sdccd.edu
Bethany Wengerd
57:10
Bethany Wengerd beth.wengerd@fresnocitycollege.edu
David Alvarez
57:25
David.Alvarez@Fresnocitycollege.edu
Charlene
57:25
Charlene Jones - cjones@sdccd.edu
June
57:36
June Turner: jturner@paloverde.edu
sdeplazes
57:45
sdeplazes@avc.edu
Itza Vilaboy - San Diego City College - ivilaboy@sdccd.edu
58:13
Itza Vilaboy ivilaboy@sdccd.edu
Ann Lewis
58:13
Ann Lewis - lewisa@scc.losrios.edu
Shiloh Blacksher
58:14
The Chancellor's office has also made Cranium Café available to all colleges. It is counseling specific conferencing.
Julieta Aramburo - El Camino College
58:16
I don't need flex credit, but would like to have a copy of the PPT - jaramburo@elcamino.edu Thank you!
Nancy Holland
58:21
Will this PowerPoint be available after we're done?
Robert Howell
58:27
Robert Howell - robert.howell@fresnocitycollege.edu
davion
58:36
Davion White dwhite@lbcc.edu
CC
01:00:00
I have a question about food banks for students
Damon Skinner
01:00:50
Damon Skinner -442101
Mary Margarita Legner
01:01:48
Yesterday right before we had our break, I told the students they could use the time to just talk to each other. After coming back from break, I listened in. It was amazing. They were discussing the issue of being home all day. How it was difficult to concentrate when their "computer" was their gaming place, their Keurig machine so close so they were drinking too much coffee, etc. And to my amazement, they looked forward to their Math class. It made them forget about COVID & feel somewhat normal again. They got to "see" their peers and me and be part of something :-).
Elizabeth Jenson
01:02:15
The event was forwarded from my boss; how is this post-Webinar information accessible for this situation?
Veronica Salmeron
01:03:20
Our food pantry remains open once a week. For my NextUp program, our community partners are donating items and I am delivering,
Kim Sweeney
01:03:27
That’s beautiful, Mary- I’ve heard similar things from my students: that they appreciate our class as a reprieve from the oddity of day-to-day. They are being so resilient and positive!
Virginia May
01:03:28
This webinar will be posted under the event on the ASCCC website.
Don "Rico" Gelera
01:04:25
I think the question is how can the institution identify staff/faculty or a department that can upload a website for their institution where food sources can be listed.
Mark Boryta
01:04:58
Another option is that people who are willing and able can deliver food. Someone at the Food Bank might package things in bags, and leave the bags (names on them) for pick-up; then arrange a pick-up spot for some people to come by and grab the bags with their name on it.
Sabrina
01:05:06
All: Regarding food insecurity@lbcc_healthyvikings on Instagram is an example of how we are utilizing what were refer to as the Viking Vault for drive through pick up. Additionally, on my own page @professor_willison on Instagram I am posting whatever I see from local businesses trying to make money and be supportive. Norms provides food for 10 for $35. Polly's Pies was offering eggs. Lazy Dog has deals. I am posting as I see them
Suman Mudunuri
01:05:07
CC....Connect with me, I think LBCC is doing things to deal with food insecurity
CC
01:05:23
Thanks, Suman!
Sabrina
01:05:50
Sorry @porfessor.willison or #professorwillison
Laurie
01:05:56
I googled free food distribution for Fresno and got a list of organizations, churches and other groups and then sent it to my students.
Fritzie Canas
01:07:16
Calling all students who did not show up to virtual class due to lack of technology and/or lack of tech savvy was appreciated by students
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
01:07:28
Students now showing up
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
01:07:34
NOT showing up :)
Academic Senate for CCC
01:08:05
...and faculty who have children at home
Don "Rico" Gelera
01:08:13
Concerned that students don’t have the technology at home: computer, wifi, iPad. Some students only have their phones as technology.
Academic Senate for CCC
01:08:43
Have faculty who are trying to manage the same thing give tips on how they are doing it.
Kendra
01:08:54
Be gracious and understanding for students. Students can work with children in the background and get phone number and call students who don't show up.
Fritzie Canas
01:09:09
How do we raise hand to offer solutions
Don "Rico" Gelera
01:09:09
International Students who are on a payment plan but their countries have shut down their access to money, and their currency has dropped dramatically.
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
01:09:23
I have 3 kids at home. Husband and I are tag teaming out day. We also schedule ‘reading ‘ or ‘iPad time’ during the time of class/work
Kim Sweeney
01:09:44
Fritzie- under “participants” there is a button you can click
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
01:10:01
I also make lecture attendance optional with recording as an option
CC
01:10:04
Kudos to the parents out there. I have one cat and that’s crazy enough right now :)
Sue
01:10:05
If there is a space they have, you can involve the kids in making a sign for the door that says Stop, mom is in class don't bother now.
Debbie Ockey
01:10:45
At FCC we have a lot of ESL students who take classes off site with very limited access to technology and very little ability to use it. I was wondering if anyone is using something other than zoom to connect with students. We are trying to use other options like Whats app and other ways to continue the classes for students who are not going to be able to use Zoom
Academic Senate for CCC
01:10:49
We have been given the flexibility and should tell students they have the same flexibility
Linh Bui
01:10:52
Some of my local resident offers free daycare in Fresno. So asking around in their neighborhoods watch
Lizbet Sanchez
01:10:54
I have two teens at home. It's not easy. I go to my room and close the door to do this however I am conscious that some families do not have a room they can go to and close the door. I suggest having a recorded lecture for those parents and students too. I have students working in supermarkets or in the medical field and do not know when they will be able to log in.
Fritzie Canas
01:10:59
that's neat
Patti Valella
01:11:18
I suggested, tell your children you are in a time out and cannot come out for awhile…
Suman Mudunuri
01:11:41
Patti, that doesn't work for kids
Suman Mudunuri
01:12:05
This is hard for the kids also, because this is new to them.
Nancy Holland
01:12:16
I created a PowerPoint that was just for a Zoom Discussion. It was sort of on-the-fly. The template was perfect for a Zoom discussion, as it was already called, “4th Coffee”, and I left the title as is because it was catchy and cute! I just made my changes, changed the photos and verbiage, and it worked great! The students really enjoyed the discussion. I’d be happy to share it with anyone who is interested. Just let me know how to do that….N.H.
Academic Senate for CCC
01:12:22
Right now I cannot focus on the zoom because my daughter is sitting across from me listening to a story out loud and asking me questions...also having problems with her chromebook. I am super frustrated trying to balance this.
Patti Valella
01:12:24
I am recording my live lectures and uploading to Canvas for those that cannot attend at the regular time of the class.
Lizbet Sanchez
01:12:40
Asynchronous and synchronous, flexibility.
Suman Mudunuri
01:12:51
Patti, thank you
CC
01:12:54
Sounds like a great idea, Patti.
Lizbet Sanchez
01:12:57
It's crazy when you have kids at home and "time out" is not realistic.
CC
01:13:02
I’ve also done videos right now
davion
01:13:06
One solution that I did for instruction pre-virus was using Cengage Learning digital textbook called Mind Tap at LBCC, which give the capability to be online. This helped me transition easy. I also was able to use to of their two programs Cengage Unlimited and First Day program. Cengage Unlimited gives unlimited access for a flat rate for 1 or 2 years to all textbooks in their library of textbook, which reduced cost for students considerably. First day program studnts were able to get the text book at 50%. Using Zoom with this digital textbook, I was able to screen share and demonstrate with students virtually. I also recorded the session and emailing the link for all students to see even if they missed the virtual class.
Academic Senate for CCC
01:13:30
With all that going on, I am still participating and making it work. We just have to show students our imperfect way of balancing this and allow them the same
June
01:13:33
What is everyone using to record lectures? Zoom? Canvas Conferences? What else?
Jose Oceguera
01:13:37
What seems to work for me is providing students with a to-do list. Like review the chapters ppt, post a discussion to communicate with other students, watch some videos, and then assess their knowledge by providing a quiz.
Kim Sweeney
01:13:39
In addition to recording the live lectures, if you upload them to YouTube they are automatically captioned (badly, and it takes ~24 hours for a long video)
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:14:06
How are people dealing with NONCREDIT going online?
Academic Senate for CCC
01:14:30
What about phone calls to students and conference calls instead of zoom
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
01:14:37
I polled the students for the time that works better for all - besides our usual meeting time
Don "Rico" Gelera
01:14:38
Good Question Janey
Patti Valella
01:14:41
PowerPoint will type in captions automatically if you enable “subtitles”. As long as I have a slide up, it will caption what is being said. Even live the students appreciated the captions. And then it’s captioned for the recording.
Elizabeth Jenson
01:15:14
What is the quality of the captions?
Sandra Pesce, San Diego City College
01:15:15
For those students without textbooks: CCC librarians are getting mixed messages from e-textbook providers like VitalSource and RedShelf who are opening up their collections to students during this time of COVID-19 but are only authenticating those with .edu addresses. Most of our CCCs do not provide students with institutional email addresses, so they lose out. Enquiries to these companies to ask for alternative authentication methods have not been fruitful. Can the ASCCC help with this?
Kim Sweeney
01:15:31
Patti, that’s great… I’m also using a whiteboard in my office, so not always showing PPT.
Academic Senate for CCC
01:16:02
have we discussed DSPS students
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
01:16:08
Ask students to bring their pets to ‘class’ - lots of positive results
Ronda Kelley
01:16:29
No and I need to
Academic Senate for CCC
01:16:32
I have bad connection
Sara Mestas (Mt SAC)
01:16:36
yes
Academic Senate for CCC
01:16:37
It's me Jessica
Michelle Plug
01:16:40
I have a second grader and Fourth grader and I have them on a "school" schedule … which mimics my schedule at work … and most of the time it works. I set them up with their own spaces … and they can see what they are supposed to do based on the schedule I put on a chalkboard. (not always perfect but it gives them some structure).
Academic Senate for CCC
01:16:54
I have several students who have already asked me about quiet space for focus
Diep Burbridge
01:16:59
??? Diep from LBCC: many colleges are offering students the option of a Pass/Fail or CR/No Credit option for this semester’s courses. Has that been discussed at the CCC level?
Academic Senate for CCC
01:17:02
they are very worried
Kim Sweeney
01:17:10
THANK YOU Diep!!!
Ronda Kelley
01:17:14
I was not able to get in touch with the office today, and those who were going to forward their information did not. I have several DSPS students in my course
Ronda Kelley
01:17:31
or courses
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:17:48
How about noncredit? we serve a lot of limied English proficiency folks, a lot of older adults, a lot of extremely poor people
Kim Sweeney
01:17:50
At some schools, they are letting students SEE what their final grade would be, before choosing a letter grade vs. Pass/Fail...
Kyran Barr
01:17:58
Kyran Barr kbarr@lbcc.edu
Luis Enrique Flores
01:18:29
During this morning's C/O COVID-19 webinar, Excused Withdrawals (EW) was discussed at length...that wouldn't penalize a student' academic record.
Catherine Fox
01:18:31
Catherine Fox c2fox@lbcc.edu
tmiller
01:18:33
Yes, I would be interested to also hear about options for Non Credit coursework
CC
01:18:57
Use Youtube for captioning quickly!
CC
01:19:09
Can I speak to this?
Michelle Plug
01:19:10
Depending upon the course students need to be very careful about P/NP. Major courses are not recommended to take for P/NP …
Danny Tan
01:19:19
Danny Tan
Valyncia Raphael
01:19:22
have folks used the voice to text feature with Zoom?
Cara Tan
01:19:23
If the CSU system decides to accept any classes pass/fail, then we should make that option available to our classes. The transferability of course credits is a huge issue. I do think pass/fail would be a good thing to consider, but only if things articulate - especially for ADTs
Suman Mudunuri
01:19:23
YouTube does a quick CC, and Zooma lso provides CC
Y. Daniels
01:19:28
ydaniels@mtsac.edu
Suman Mudunuri
01:19:28
Zoom also
Valyncia Raphael
01:19:46
Also, does the CCCCO still offer captioning
Diep Burbridge
01:19:56
Conferzoom will automatically caption if you save to the Cloud… the provided transcript is editable in case there are errors
Suman Mudunuri
01:20:41
You can modify the CC on YouTube after
Michelle Plug
01:20:42
I believe students need to select P/NP as a grading option at the first 30% of the courses unless there is some flexibility per title5 ..
Suman Mudunuri
01:20:44
IT's free
Patti Valella
01:20:47
How long does it take to get closed captioning via Zoom? I’m not getting attendance records...
usha chalasani
01:20:56
Can some one please post the steps needed to do closed captioning in Zoom?
CC
01:21:13
Ccharles-bohannon@lbcc.edu, I can help with YouTube setup and captioning
CC
01:22:11
Absolutely!
Michelle Plug
01:22:11
I agree with Eric
Diep Burbridge
01:22:27
Thanks, Eric
Laurie
01:22:31
It would be helpful if ASCCC could keep track of the accessibility questions faculty are raising so we can help address through the accessibility center - Laurie Vasquez
John Craig, JCraig@LBCC.edu
01:22:46
Please, consider taking your ConferZoom videos, and uploading them to youtube, and plan for the possibility of conferzoom going out. Asynchronous instruction may be the big change we have to implement.
R. Chris Wells
01:23:01
This is a interesting article: https://www.dailyprincetonian.com/article/2020/03/princeton-covid-19-make-all-classes-pdf?fbclid=IwAR27cvXm-llPScpwVChRI2IQp8Pb8V71OjTW_fV2qpm08wyXenHoWrWyj4M
Patti Valella
01:23:53
John, can we just upload the videos to Canvas?
alsolano
01:23:54
Transition to online resources, plus canvas shell with weekly structure: https://www.continuous-learning-institute.com/higheredcodiv19resources
Robert Holtz
01:24:43
Robert Holtz rholtz@lbcc.edu
Academic Senate for CCC
01:24:49
I am concerned about exams online and proctorio
Danny Tan
01:25:49
Danny Tan dtan@lbcc.edu
Debbie Ockey
01:26:05
ALso would like to echo the questions above about non credit? Especially our ESL students? Other options ideas how to reach them when they have no technology and don't really know how to use it well at all.
Valyncia Raphael
01:26:29
Can you also raise concerns for assessments for group work?
Valyncia Raphael
01:28:42
Some ideas to also consider is to have students create posters, record a podcast, or to record/make a video of themself giving a speech.
Shiloh Blacksher
01:29:28
In my stats class I have students do their work by hand and upload a photo. Lot's of free scanner apps will connect directly to canvas for easy submission from their phone.
Valyncia Raphael
01:29:35
Can the scientist send out the link to the lab tool that was mentioned earlier??
Kim Sweeney
01:29:58
Thank you, Shiloh, that’s a great idea that I’m going to copy for my stats class!
Gary Patrick
01:30:58
Since Zoom limits the free session time to 40 minutes, can we as faculty get a free or be reimbursed for the next level up which is about $12/month to be able to go past the 40 minute limit? Gary Patrick-gpatrick@lbcc.edu
Sara Mestas (Mt SAC)
01:31:26
Gary- you should be using COnferZoom
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:31:30
For Zoom -- sign up through ConferZoom.org
Sara Mestas (Mt SAC)
01:31:49
Canvas has a link to ConferZoom
jfulk
01:32:45
great idea for getting additional minutes for zoom, we will bring this up with our ASCCC president and the CCCCO
Academic Senate for CCC
01:33:01
What about lost time and content
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:33:35
While we plan for this, we should also be planning for the fact that the number of ill people will be much higher in 4 weeks than now -- it's not just having kids at home or losing one's home if rent is unpaid (even though there is an eviction freeze, I know of people who have lost homes already) -- how do we teach in a time of so much illness and death?
Suman Mudunuri
01:33:41
At LBCC, we had every department create a Canvas shell. Everyone ahs been able to share what they have been doing or are doing for their courses. They are able to share resources as well.
Suman Mudunuri
01:34:13
ConferZoom is FREE through Canvas
Kristina Londy
01:34:15
Everyone gets a free Confer Zoom account
Piper Rooney
01:34:22
I haven’t experienced any time limits through ConferZoom in Canvas.
Kim Sweeney
01:35:00
https://www.cccconfer.org/
Erin Wall
01:35:14
At my college I got the pro version of zoom with the help of my college's IT department when we connected it to Canvas.
Colleen Peralta
01:35:14
I completed a several hour ConferZoom at LBCC without difficulty.
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:35:15
I'm trying to plan assessment for earlier in the semestesr if possible, because by late April or May, a percent of students may be too ill to be in class, or may be caretaking for ill relatives
CC
01:35:22
You only need to sign up for Zoom with your lbcc email
CC
01:35:27
No need to contact anyone for that
user ratana ngo
01:35:45
go to: cccconfer.org
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
01:35:58
Just a note on ConferZoom - if your school DOES provide an account you must register your (school) credentials with ConferZoom.org - otherwise the account will not be upgraded
Kim Sweeney
01:36:09
This is better: https://www.conferzoom.org/
Julie Clark
01:36:31
At the Chancellor's Office webinar today, they said everyone has full access to Confer Zoom Pro. Might need to contact your college ITS office.
Diep Burbridge
01:36:42
in case this anyone needs this, here’s how I got my ConferZoom asynchronous videos closed captioned.
Mark Boryta
01:37:28
Thanks Diep!
Kim Sweeney
01:38:10
Thank you Diep!
Mary Margarita Legner
01:38:23
One issue that is happening with ConferZoom is that it may be difficult to connect for so many people are using it right now.
alsolano
01:39:24
I believe we'll emerge better, stronger, and kinder after this. In the end, we're all brothers & sisters. Need to leave. Stay safe.
Nancy Holland
01:39:59
Great point Kim!
Sabrina
01:40:04
Kim Sweeney: Excellent point.
Lizbet Sanchez
01:40:30
Thank you, Kim. Great point.
Y. Daniels
01:40:48
Once you get your ConferZoom account, in Canvas you have to go to Settings, then Navigation and from there make ConferZoom visible on your control panel.
Kim Sweeney
01:41:42
Seconded!!!
Kim Sweeney
01:41:55
Thank you Janey
sdeplazes
01:42:30
Also, I have seen advice that we need to have "me" time when we are by ourselves because not l a lot of families (kids, adults) are used to too much interaction
Jeffrey Hernandez
01:43:22
Yes, Janey may a great point about considering moving final assessments up earlier out of consideration of what we are/will be going through
Ronda Kelley
01:44:21
Where is the raise your hand option?? I am missing it
Kim Sweeney
01:44:44
Ronda, if you click on “participants” you’ll see buttons…
Kyle Muldrow
01:44:50
@Ronda: Move you mouse pointer to the bottom of the Zoom window and click "Reactions"
Diep Burbridge
01:44:53
??? has anyone surveyed their students regarding their needs (tech, academic, emotional, etc…)… and would you be willing to share the questions in your survey
David Micetich
01:44:54
CLICK participants
Jeffrey Hernandez
01:45:10
For raise hand, select participants and find yourself
Mark Boryta
01:45:21
I started a survey but got few responses.
Debbie Ockey
01:45:42
I have that question too about ESL especially the lower levels. Is anyone doing whats app
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:45:56
WhatsApp is an interesting idea
Debbie Ockey
01:46:04
We are using Whats app now
Kim Sweeney
01:46:35
“Remind” is a GREAT app- it enables students to “text” you and you them… withOUT sharing your actual personal phone number!!!
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:46:51
WhatsApp is used internationally more and so there may be more familiarity with it among ESL students (some of them)
Kim Sweeney
01:47:02
That is absolutely also true
Sabrina
01:47:10
For physical education, I have heard from other instructors about free yoga tutorials, I would need to get more information, but I have heard this more than once. Obviously not volleyball, but a form of physical action and also stress release.
ngo
01:47:25
Isn't Remind a paid software?
jfulk
01:47:51
I think remind is free
Kim Sweeney
01:47:55
Ngo, it’s free.
Diep Burbridge
01:47:58
Kim, I’m going to check out the Remind app. Thanks
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
01:48:15
Ray, this is a really good point. Hhow do you assess welding skills remotely?
Jose Oceguera
01:48:24
What is remind?
Luke Lara
01:48:47
If anyone is worried about using their own phone numbers to call students, you can get a free phone number through Google Voice
Virginia May
01:49:17
Thank you, Luke - that is good to know
Sabrina
01:49:17
For Ray: Is this something that the students could take an incomplete until we can all get back in a room together?
Academic Senate for CCC
01:49:23
It is difficult to say the student got out of the class what they wanted in Ray's welding example as well. If they are trying to get a certificate, they need the practical application to go with it.
laurie
01:49:28
That is a great idea by disciplines sharing strategies
Greg Ling
01:49:34
Greg Ling - Advanced Transportation Technology - LBCC (PCC Campus). We are experiencing a similar scenario in Automotive.
Emily Wilson
01:49:43
Art departments around the world are struggling with this. Ceramics, printmaking, small metals, sculpture all have equipment students need to create skills.
Debbie Ockey
01:49:55
Small group webinars would be great
Greg Ling
01:49:59
We are working on the lectures online, but the tactile skills are a challenge.
Scott Oaks
01:50:05
Ray...have you looked into online virtual welding applications?
ngo
01:50:28
@ Sweeney: Is there a limit on the user group for Remind?
Patti Valella
01:50:40
I see this more as isolated teaching rather than remote teaching. If I could be in the lab using models that would be very different. But we don’t have access to labs.
Kim Sweeney
01:51:52
ngo- I don’t know… My classes have 42 students and I’ve encountered no problems. remind.com
ngo
01:52:29
@Sweeney: Do you have a separate account for each class?
Kim Sweeney
01:52:59
Ngo: I’ll chat to you privately! :)
laurie
01:53:33
Resource - Virtual welding, https://www.fronius.com/en/welding-technology/our-expertise/welding-education/virtual-welding
Fritzie Canas
01:54:21
Setting up a free phone number via Google Voice
Fritzie Canas
01:54:23
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pZRCFLP8XZU&t=10s
laurie
01:54:41
Resource - virtual welding, https://education.lincolnelectric.com/products/welding-training-systems/virtual-reality-welding-simulators/
David Micetich
01:55:00
oogle Voice: Soft phone for cell phone users (protect personal number) https://support.google.com/voice/answer/115061?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en
laurie
01:55:57
Resource #3 - virtual welding, https://awo.aws.org/2016/04/virtual-reality-is-revolutionizing-welding-education/
Eric Thompson
01:56:43
Ray, there are a lot of disciplines where I am in the same boat as welding. One thing we are emphasizing is that some things just can't be reasonably taught online or remotely and we have to accept that we're trying to pull something off as a temporary measure. I'm sure my auto, machining, and welding faculty would love to comiserate with you. We need to find ways to get through this, but maybe it will help our morale if we accept this reality.
Patti Valella
01:57:43
We can see numbers in PeopleSoft.
Debbie Ockey
01:57:52
usually their phone numbers are in webadvisor - you will see them there in the roster
Fritzie Canas
01:58:27
On our campus to have it set up through our faculty roster
Patti Valella
01:58:38
I created an intro card at the beginning of the semester and had them include a number where I can reach them. Going to take advantage of that now for those not attending live lectures. (Thanks to LBCC Winter Audit!)
Geneva Chao
01:58:42
Isn't it possible to set Zoom to record so people can watch it later?
Fritzie Canas
01:58:43
you have to select phone number
Shushanek Silvas
01:59:49
We can ask students for their phone number.
Kim Dozier
01:59:51
We use Colleague/WebAdvisor and you can access through your roster by clicking on the students' names--takes you to another screen with lots of information. Our counseling faculty are also working with faculty who are identifying students not showing up and then counselors are making calls to students to check in and see what they need to get online
Sabrina
02:00:06
I collect them on a form on the first day of class. I am happy to email the form I created to wherever. For future obviously. Thanks!
David Micetich
02:00:07
google voice also texts
Jeffrey Hernandez
02:00:13
We had a number posts and Nancy's comment about less students in class. Strategies may include synchronous AND asynchronous approaches
Elizabeth Jenson
02:00:23
That is something we are encountering. We email students and they just don't respond.
Piper Rooney
02:01:37
We’re using Pronto to text students. It uses their institutional email but goes to their phone like a text. everyone downloads the app https://pronto.io/
ngo
02:03:29
Is there any reliable way to ensure that students can do a math test without notes, book, google, etc?
CC
02:04:17
Not really, Ngo.
Jeffrey Hernandez
02:04:36
LACCD is providing Chromebooks for some but the supply is not near what is probably the demand. It is good to hear about text and phone options to communicate with students.
Janey Skinner, CCSF, she/her
02:04:37
Proctorio. But students need good data plans
Monique Kelley
02:04:53
You could do breakout session in zoom and record them while they take the math test.
CC
02:04:54
You can use Lockdown browsers and such but how will you really know if they’re not using notes? Aside from having web meetings with video showing?
Jonathan Riveron
02:05:01
how do you access recording
Kim Sweeney
02:05:25
Jonathan: Under the “zoom.us” menu, click “preferences” and then “recording”
John Craig, JCraig@LBCC.edu
02:05:34
Software to do online Proctor Monitoring https://caveon.com/exam-delivery/?utm_term=%2Bonline%20%2Bproctoring&utm_campaign=Search%20-%20Exam%20Delivery%20%2F%20SEI%20-%20Exact%20%26%20BMM%20-%20US&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&hsa_acc=3922379102&hsa_cam=2083747362&hsa_grp=77522790900&hsa_ad=423100718060&hsa_src=g&hsa_tgt=kwd-337787865015&hsa_kw=%2Bonline%20%2Bproctoring&hsa_mt=b&hsa_net=adwords&hsa_ver=3&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI15XTu9y26AIVCtVkCh2eowevEAAYAyAAEgLZ3PD_BwE
Virginia May
02:05:43
https://asccc.org
Rigoberto Garcia
02:06:02
Rigoberto Garcia rigoberto.garcia@fresnocitycollege.edu
ngo
02:06:15
@ John Craig: Is this free?
Jonathan Riveron
02:06:50
how do you access old recordings, for instance where can I find all the recordings that have been happening this week
John Craig, JCraig@LBCC.edu
02:07:00
Nothing is free....
CC
02:07:03
Go to Zoom Cloud
CC
02:07:30
Jonathan, normally, after a recording, Zoom sends an email to me letting me know I can review my materials
Jonathan Riveron
02:08:14
how about this session how do I access this recording to review
CC
02:08:30
Oh, you have to ask the hosts for a link
ngo
02:08:31
@ Monique Keylley: Can we hve 40 breakout sessions?
Jeffrey Hernandez
02:08:45
For some disicplines, like Political Science, assessments used in-person may benefit from redesign for the online modality. Anticipate access to notes, shift expectations, and alter rubrics as needed.
CC
02:08:49
It’s different when you host vs. another person hosting, Jonathan
Monique Kelley
02:09:48
@Ngo I was working with a colleague and she said she was able to get up to 34, so maybe 40 should work.
nhan Zuick
02:09:55
Thank YOu
Shushanek Silvas
02:09:57
FCC's tutorial department has moved entirely to online using Zoom. Our tutors/student aides are working remotely from home, and the tutors are monitored by tutorial faculty. After hours, students have access to NetTutor.
Virginia May
02:09:59
The ASCCC webinar recordings are listed in the Guided Pathways resources - the Chancellor’s Office has recordings of their webinars
Elizabeth Jenson
02:10:06
Thank you. It was great to meet you!
Sabrina
02:10:08
This has been wonderful. Thank you. It is amazing to be on with so many colleagues all over CA, as we muddle through this epic life event. This was super organized which I appreciate as well!!
Mayra Cruz
02:10:12
Thank you for today's webinar!
Ronda Kelley
02:10:17
Thank you so much!
Kim Sweeney
02:10:17
Thank you everyone!
Lizbet Sanchez
02:10:19
Thank you all! :)
Hoang Nguyen
02:10:20
Thank you so much
CC
02:10:22
Today was awesome! Thanks :)
ngo
02:10:22
@ Monique Kelley: Sorry I mispelled your name.
Nancy Holland
02:10:22
Thank you!!!
Kim Sweeney
02:10:22
#inthistogether
Debbie Ockey
02:10:22
Thanks it was so helpful
Diep Burbridge
02:10:23
stay safe
Yvette Zuniga
02:10:23
Thanks
Diana Alvarado
02:10:25
Thank you!
Nora Velasquez - FCC Business/CIS
02:10:25
Thank you!
Mark Boryta
02:10:27
Thanks!
nhan Zuick
02:10:28
Thank You very mucjh Nhan
Nicholas Herrera
02:10:29
Nicholas Herrera, 0770309, F/T, Social Sciences
Michaela Mares-Tamayo
02:10:29
Thank you!
Hoang Nguyen
02:10:31
stay safe everyone
Sara Deasy
02:10:32
Thanks! :-)
Sharon Kinley-schwing
02:10:32
thank you ,
Nicholas Herrera
02:10:33
Thank you
VanChau
02:10:35
thanks