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NSP Zoom Webinar - The Webinar on Webinars - Shared screen with speaker view
Andre Santiago
37:16
Hi NSP team! :)
Celia Hoffman
54:18
Suggestion from participant: something that I do is a mini icebreaker where folks say their name, preferred pronouns and a fun fact about themselves to connect to one another more
Beth Stafford
01:06:27
should you have a cut off time for late attendees?
Celia Hoffman
01:08:06
@Beth: I’ll pose your question to Andy when he takes Q & A next.
Anthony Cherolis
01:08:44
Beth - We haven't put a cutoff on late attendees, and we send out a recording link to everyone that RSVP'd. So those that join late can watch what they missed. That said, we're doing the equivalent of a community meeting / panel, and not an official "training" that requires attendance for the full event. We don't wait, and we try to start on time. With 1-hr lunchtime meetings, we can't wait a minute and want to value the time of those that got there on time.
Anthony Cherolis
01:11:15
Good one! I've now guest lectured with college students on Zoom. And I call on them, which is actually easier with Zoom. With Webinars, I haven't called on anyone aside from our panelists and a few very engaged colleages.
Anthony Cherolis
01:16:06
Take 2
Andre Santiago
01:16:10
Nicely done, Meher! Take 2 :)
Mary Falvey
01:16:12
Take 2
Celia Hoffman
01:24:42
Question from participant: I've had a lot of trouble having audio go through when I play a video from a shared screen. That's probably outside the scope of this presentation but didn't know if you had a trick - I've been afraid to use it because of the audio concern!————
Celia Hoffman
01:25:17
Answer: Not sure if this will solve your issue but we embed our videos inside of our PPT presentations, which has really helped smooth out tech issues for us.
Mary Falvey
01:34:15
Thank you Andy and NPS - great presentation!