@Melissa, will these all be posted in one area
@Adnan - we recommend a USB headset microphone for best results.
I can not see the image
Can I get the Bison facemask image? That is brilliant and would like to share with my students
I can see Tammy’s screen
I would like a copy of the Bison facemask image as well! The students would really like that - I would like to use it in class.
The picture was on email? I will ask.
Charlotte you should be seeing the PPT and small pics of participants on the side
Now it worked
Has the audio been tested regarding a lecture with a mask on? Will a remote student be able to hear a clear lecture?
his video is on the LAI youtube channel
Will these 3 items be added into the conference and meeting rooms in MU too or just the classrooms?
Daniel, could you please post in the chat when you Wednesday and Thursday sessions are? The emails that were sent out last week were a little confusing.
Trainings on classroom equipment will be Wednesday and Thursday from 9-10am.
Thank you Daniel. Are those posted on the LAI site as well?
Here is the link to the classroom demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PrStptqqH1k
LAIC Training and Workshops - Upcoming Training schedule: https://kb.ndsu.edu/103166
Kristina, the MU rooms will not be exactly the same as the instrumented classrooms. I will need to do some checking and we can get back to you.
Thank you Daniel!
With that said, I know we are planning to install additional equipment -- but might not be the same as the classrooms.
If I am teaching remotely and there are students in the classroom, will they see me on a screen in the room, or will they need a device with them?
@Kathy - the video conference tool you use (i.e. Collaborate Ultra, Zoom, etc. will display your camera and screen content on their screen for the remote students, plus that content will be displayed on the projector screen for students in the classroom.
Is the lapel mic easy to work?
is collaborate already part of the BB courses so that the students will not have to log into some other site or use an additional login for lectures?
Would we be able to buy our own lapel mic that could work with the speakers in the classroom? I am not sure I want to use a shared microphone.
IS HyFlex similar to IVN?
How do we sanitize microphones between classes?
How will the microphones be distributed to faculty?
Daniel mentioned a "smart podium". What updates will be made to existing technology? Thank you.
Are we supposed to make our class available in a way that a student could do the entire class asynchronously online? Or can we have an expectation of student "attendance" during class time at some point?
Will students have access to laptops if they want to learn remotely? Will we be able to assume they have access to laptops?
Can you go over what it means for all the students to have zoom account and how that will be different than last year? Also, can you please highlight other features of zoom v. teams v Bb that you know of?
Will there be an element in collaborate that will allow me to track attendance?
How do you engage remote students?
Loretta, Yes BB has an attendance feature
James we will be going over best practices in Part 2, group work, polling, turningPoint.
Video conference tool comparison chart: https://kb.ndsu.edu/104067
Videoconference Comparison Matrix – https://kb.ndsu.edu/page.php?id=104067
I apologize for asking again, but I am still unclear. Are we also supposed to make our class available in a way that a student could do the entire class asynchronously online?
How do we access that document? THanks!
Will the students be able to use the chat and instant video features of zoom with faculty and/or other students? I find it great for mentoring, 1 on 1 and quick questions with visual documents.
Okay, thank you for the clarification. When I read about HyFlex, I thought all three (in person, synchronous, and asynchronous) had to be available. Thank you.
Jennifer, yes students can collaborate outside of class with the tools.
Recent article worth reading:
Marty, Asynchronous needs to be available if a student is very ill and can't attend either in person or remotely.
Okay, thank you Tammy. I appreciate the information.
HyFlex Training Part 2 - Thursday, 7/30: 1:00 PM
Where can we find the recordings of these sessions?
Do we know the date and time for Part 3 of these Hyflex Trainings?
we should by the end of this week!
LAIC Landing Page: https://kb.ndsu.edu/104229
Will the theatre spaces be set up with the HyFlex technology? If not, any recommendations as to how to do this in those rooms?
LAIC Training and Workshops Page: https://kb.ndsu.edu/103166
will there be a step-by-step page in each classroom to help us when we get there? That might help lots.
Could there be signup sheets for the demo classrooms so that crowds don’t form during popular hours during the week preceding class start?
Would students be able to remotely access the lab computers like it was made available during spring?
We were encouraged to be very flexible with students in the spring (deadlines/participation/tech/internet issues, etc). Expect many students to still have tech and internet issues, relying on cell phones vs. laptops, plus other issues that will limit their ability to participate at a level that meets the expectations we set at the beginning of the semester. Any planned discussions on this?
Yes, students will be able to remote into lab computers.
How will home internet speeds affect remote students?Based on research done by NDSU’s Student Success Programs in the spring of 2020,the vast majority of students (more than 98%) had adequate internet service in theplace they were sheltering when NDSU shifted to online only education. The mostproblematic area appeared to be north central Minnesota. An even higher percentage ofstudents had access to a computer that they could use for online learning.
My understanding about that survey asked if students had a “device” and did not specify for students whether they were asking about a tablet, laptop, or cellphone. Big difference for some classes, especially if they will be doing a lot of typing. The problem of student tech access may be larger than the survey indicated.
We really appreciate your (ITS) assistance to walk us through this and your accomplishments in short period of time. Thank you, all.
Yes, this session has been first-rate. Thanks, ITS staff!
Thank you, IT.
@Amy you are correct
Yes, agreed. Thanks for all the hard work.
it was device. Sorry -
Thank you for this training - it has been very helpful!
Dr. Beatty schedule posted at: https://kb.ndsu.edu/103166