Town Hall MS1 - Shared screen with speaker view
This is the computer I'm on if there are questions!
What time is the exam tmrw?
I have a couple of cats - if they do something and it makes noise and/or I glance off my screen for a moment, is that okay? I’m in my apartment so I don’t really have a place I can go where they won’t follow.
where can we find recordings to previous town hall meetings?
If our computer crashes during the exam, what are the steps that we need to take?
what actions should the student take if our internet goes out durning the test?
Oh haha you got it nvm!!
I was a little confused about the instructions regarding showing the testing environment - do we have to use a mirror to show our keyboard/monitor if we’re on a laptop where we can move around the webcam?
Some of our recent exams have been keyed to where we can’t go back to a question once we answer it (once you put an answer, the question locks), will we be able to jump around to go back to questions during our actual exam?
could I ask a question using audio instead of messaging?
Will the “global local options” come out with all the preceptorship options or will that be separate through Dr. Satterfield and Dr. Dasco
Dr. Farr, did you say that there will be enough opportunities for preceptorships for all students?
For the exam, will we be getting standard lab values if we need them?
If for some reason we cannot get the SRP, how is that going to affect people applying for the translational research track?
we still have to pay for garage parking even though we can't go to campus... is there something that we can do about this?
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I agree with Jenna - I had to pay my monthly garage parking pass this month even though I will be nowhere near campus otherwise they would remove my access and I’d have to get back on the waitlist when I get back
Maybe they could apply a credit for students when we return to campus?
how are the new preceptorships going to work virtually, are we going to be sitting in front of a computer 8 hours a day (or whatever a normal work hour is) for 4 weeks like would for a normal clinical preceptorships?
On the formal proctorfree instructions, it says we need to remove things from our walls. If we just erase white boards/take down pictures, is that alright?
Will any of that be prompted? Like will it ask you to scan the room or tell you if you were going to fast? Will there be a timer on our exam like normal?
Okay, thank you!
Also regarding my cats - I will probably lock them in my bedroom. They won’t like it, but I wouldn’t like them messing with me while I am taking my exam!
My cat meows angrily at closed doors so I really don’t know what to do with her
I’ll try to do that before the next meeting!
Is it okay for me to mount my laptop on a laptop stand for the exam?
Is it ok for me to use a mouse during the exam on a mousepad?
Dr. Elferink, do you mean ear plugs?
if we wear glasses, do we need to take them off like normal and just show them in front of the camera? Just spin them around?
Do we have to show our glasses like we do for the actual testing center?
What if you have a bookshelf next to your computer?
will we be able to challenge test questions?