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Tips and Techniques for Facilitating Meetings Online - Shared screen with speaker view
Devon Waugh
22:24
If you want to follow along, here are Angel’s slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1kgkYcfOHS3M9rSfkPY11td-jeDlzIot6PpyDn_v011g/edit?usp=sharing
Devon Waugh
34:48
5 Minute Planning Tool: https://dar.uga.edu/wp-content/uploads/5-Minute-Meeting-Planner.pdf
ANITA MULLINS BROWN
45:57
treat others as you want to be treated
Adreonna Bennett
45:58
Mute your mic
Elizabeth Kamper
46:04
Raise hand feature is a must!
Caitlin Archer-Helke
47:02
I've only really done instructional sessions, but try to encourage participation whether through hand-raising/speaking or through chat, and will pause screen share to check my chat periodically.
Larry Cates
47:03
Get permission for recording meeting beforehand
Hannah Hemphill
47:24
Stay engaged! -- even if it means putting my phone on Do Not Disturb to avoid distraction.
Lora Del Rio
48:17
Be prepared to help participants to troubleshoot audio/video
Mallory Jallas
48:34
Yes- modelling with some instructions. I am finding out a lot that folks might not know all the features available in zoom and other tools
Lori Steib
52:33
Silence is golden, but so hard!!
Natalie Palermo
55:25
Wasted time
Christin Lampkowski
55:30
Annoyed that my time has been wasted.
Mallory Jallas
55:35
Frustrated
Caitlin Archer-Helke
55:40
frustrated--I could have done so many other things with that time.
Jane Currie
55:40
As though I lost valuable time--frustrated and irritated with the planner.
Hannah Hemphill
55:42
Also wasted time.
Evan Barber
55:57
I feel a bit defeated if I lead a boring/unproductive meeting
Adreonna Bennett
56:07
I feel drained
Hannah Hemphill
56:58
I find that a lot of people put the hot topic at the end so there is "time to discuss" but it never works out that way.
ANITA MULLINS BROWN
57:16
every meeting is valuable learning event. write notes.
ANITA MULLINS BROWN
57:54
'dig' nuggets of gold
Jane Currie
01:00:00
I love the parking lot idea so that when substantial tangents develop, the appropriate participants can meet at a later/date time and include others not in the current meeting who should participate in that new conversation.
Caitlin Archer-Helke
01:03:53
thank you!!
Christin Lampkowski
01:03:54
Does anyone have any tips for cutting off unproductive conversations or comments? I'm thinking of times when people get off topic or you get stuck and the discussion isn't moving forwarding. It feels rude to cut people off, but sometime you need to just move on to stay on schedule.
Elizabeth Kamper
01:04:08
Thank you so much!
Christin Lampkowski
01:05:37
Thank you! Great suggestions.
Evan Barber
01:06:59
I usually handle that by reminding us of the time/agenda items left and then will call on someone and ask for their input to help get us back on track
Larry Cates
01:07:05
I usually try to draw some valuable kernel out of what they are saying. Make a point about it or affirm it in some way and then move to the next item.
Caitlin Archer-Helke
01:07:49
that's a great phrase.
Christin Lampkowski
01:08:11
Very good phrase to use
Natalie Palermo
01:08:21
Great suggestions!
Christin Lampkowski
01:08:51
That is great!
Larry Cates
01:08:55
Super idea. They'll be more guarded next time.
ANITA MULLINS BROWN
01:11:15
So sorry, I am called away from pc. Thank you for excellent learning op. Very thankful.
Mallory Jallas
01:11:28
In instruction sessions (specifically one-shots), especially over zoom, this is something I talk with faculty/instructors before the session-- what works with your students? They've given me good advice for different ways to engage
Ashley Linton
01:11:58
Thanks Mallory!
Ashley Linton
01:13:45
Thanks so much!
Evan Barber
01:13:57
Thanks for the great presentation!
Mallory Jallas
01:14:09
Thank you, Angel!
Hannah Hemphill
01:14:25
Thank you! Definitely not "boring"!
Lori Steib
01:14:28
Thank you for a great presentation. Just having solidarity with others experiencing the same thing is so valuable!
Natalie Palermo
01:14:29
Thank you, Angel! Great presentation!
Emily Frank
01:14:30
Thank you, Angel!
Lora Del Rio
01:14:34
Thank you!!