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Governor’s EOs and the Brown Act for Academic Senates During a State of Emergency - Shared screen with speaker view
Geoffrey Dyer
00:24
https://asccc.org/covid-19-faculty-resourcesScroll down to entry called “March 23, 2020” for concise summary of this presentation’s contentHere is EC N-29-20:https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/3.17.20-N-29-20-EO.pdfTomorrow at 1:30, “Running an Academic Senate Meeting by Zoom During a State of Emergency”:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HblJifRyTC--XGzoBd4c1g
Geoffrey Dyer
00:44
Hi Everyone, here are some resources:
Geoffrey Dyer
00:48
https://asccc.org/covid-19-faculty-resourcesScroll down to entry called “March 23, 2020” for concise summary of this presentation’s contentHere is EC N-29-20:https://www.gov.ca.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/3.17.20-N-29-20-EO.pdfTomorrow at 1:30, “Running an Academic Senate Meeting by Zoom During a State of Emergency”:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_HblJifRyTC--XGzoBd4c1g
Sarah Frid
01:42
Hi, I'm Sarah from Palo Verde College.
Libby Soria
01:57
Hi from Merced
Dana Demercurio
02:19
Dana DeMercurio, department of Communication from Folsom Lake College, Sierra College and San Joaquin Delta College
David Morse
03:32
Hi Rebecca. :)
David Morse
21:19
Quorum is defined locally. What is suspended is the requirement that a majority of the members of the body be present within the borders of the district. We can all do this from home for now, even if a majorty are outside the distrcit
David Morse
22:29
Quorum is defined locally. What is suspended is the requirement that a majority of the members of the body be present within the borders of the district. We can all do this from home for now, even if a majorty are outside the distrcit
Randy Beach
25:14
Is there a minimum numbers of days for an accommodations request to be made before a meeting?
Kelly Douglass
38:08
I don’t think Randy’s question was answered —
Randy Beach
38:21
That’s right David
Libby Soria
38:53
Might be silly question but, is the powerpoint accessible after the webinar?
Randy Beach
39:07
I’m imagining a scenario where someone asks for an accommodation at the last minute and we can’t accommodate...
Libby Soria
39:10
thx!
Randy Beach
40:36
From that info, it looks like we can determine the time frame…
Kelly Douglass
40:45
Does tomorrow’s webinar cover ways to set up zoom settings and run the meeting to allow for committee member and public participation, but have host maintain control to prevent against zoombombing (a concern since link has to be posted publicly).
Libby Soria
41:02
ya, as long as it is clearly stated on the agenda
Jeffrey Hernandez
41:31
Randy, in my district, I was advised that the timing should allow the district a reasonable time to provide requested accommodations. I also received agreement that the timing had to allow for requests after the posting. (This question came up in the fall.)
Randy Beach
42:14
Sounds like good practice is to be as specific as possible on the agenda and try to forecast any possible accommodation need…got it :-)
Randy Beach
42:44
Thanks Jeffrey :-)
Kelly Douglass
42:49
Awesome!
David Morse
43:18
I agree, Randy, with your comment about good practice.
David Morse
44:52
Not yet but they will be posted, Rebecca.
Kelly Douglass
45:14
Yes
Kelly Douglass
45:18
This is already great!
Libby Soria
46:31
I'm also wondering how votes can be taken via zoom. For example, can the "yes" "no" buttons in the Chat be counted as individual's vote?
Kelly Douglass
47:11
Oh yeah! Libby, that reminds me: Votes have to be taken by roll call? How does that work?
Libby Soria
47:20
msut be verbal
Libby Soria
47:26
ok role call
Kelly Douglass
47:29
got it
Libby Soria
47:38
thank you
Randy Beach
47:47
Does that mean each member needs to vocalize their vote and do we need to record that?
Randy Beach
48:01
Record meaning tape record
Libby Soria
48:34
roll*
Kelly Douglass
48:37
OK…. maybe a silly question… like individually, one by one?
Libby Soria
49:12
Kelly - I think yes...
Kelly Douglass
49:16
OK — clear. Record dissenting votes and abstentions if not unanimous — otherwise attendance is unanimous?
Jeffrey Hernandez
49:21
Since the public may be participating via phone, I believe you may need to have a verbal roll call and verbal vote.
Geoffrey Dyer
49:24
Celia-no
Randy Beach
50:19
Jeffrey makes a good point…visitors may be better served by a verbal vote. It would be more helpful for our secretary too
Academic Senate for CCC
51:03
Here is a link to the PPT - https://asccc.org/sites/default/files/GovsEOsBAforAS.ppt
Randy Beach
51:55
Clap clap clap
Jeffrey Hernandez
51:56
I suspect the roll call portion of the law was written before Zoom was widely used.
Jeffrey Hernandez
52:07
Yay for Miguel!!
Kelly Douglass
52:34
This was SO HELPFUL!
Randy Beach
52:58
This is great everyone. Thank you for all you’re doing at ASCCC!!!!
David Morse
53:00
Thank you, Kelly. I hope it was
David Morse
53:10
Thanks, Randy
Libby Soria
53:11
Thank you, Thank you! Totally worth it.
Randy Beach
53:47
Bye everyone. Be well
Jeffrey Hernandez
53:55
Thank you!!