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IDEC Midwest Regional Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Kirsten Lew
22:47
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Steven Webber
30:51
If anyone would like to learn more about the teaching collaborative, please feel free to reach out to me at swebber@fsu.edu
Katherine Ankerson
34:07
At many of our ZOOM meetings here - several people get on about 5 minutes in advance and no mics are muted and we just talk and laugh - it is a good release
Katherine Ankerson
36:23
Spreading virtual conferences out over a few days is helpful - gives a chance to reflect and interact and still get sessions in around the remainder of our teaching, etc schedules. Budgets are likely to be extremely tight at many universities and I don't see that changing soon.
Sally Swearingen
37:01
Thanks for the comment. I totally agree. Seems like everyone seems more comfortable and informal.
Katherine Ankerson
38:13
Will some of the newer software platforms be demonstrated/interacted with during the conference? That could be super helpful - ConceptBoard, Miro, Mural, Slack, etc etc
Katherine Ankerson
39:15
And then those using can give advice on economic models (memberships, how they work, which have educational discounts, etc). I know we found their websites a bit confusing at first to determine costs....
ELLEN FISHER
40:23
what a great idea! I think we should also get these into the Teaching resource page on the website -- Steven Webber is overseeing that. (KA, maybe you can assist?)
Lisa Tucker
40:48
Same at VT—also problems with FERPA and what the university will let us use
Dana Vaux
41:08
Thanks for all of your work on that Susan! It was a lifesaver for our program.
Katherine Ankerson
41:11
I'm happy to but probably not the best person - I don't use them much, but do have to pay for them and make decisions for our college.
Susan Ray-Degges
41:40
congratulations to our award winners!!!
Rene King
41:52
Thats a great idea, Katherine! This could also be a great breakout session for conference.
Katherine Ankerson
41:56
Congratulations everyone!!
ELLEN FISHER
42:03
my questions for all is: have your spring breaks been cancelled? Do the days of Wed-Friday work for you? Is Friday the best day for you to get free of your work? Finally, what would you think of spreading key events out over the whole week, M-F, but mainly later in the day and not using the whole day --
Rene King
42:05
Congrats All!
Lisa Tucker
42:51
Virginia Tech canceled Spring Break. No specific day better—we meet give days a week
Katherine Ankerson
43:25
Ellen, yes, Spring break for us is cancelled. Wed-Friday work for us - spreading out events is a great idea. If some can be in morning and some in afternoon (not all in the afternoon for instance), that could be very helpful for people.
Katherine Ankerson
43:40
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Bryan Orthel
44:30
Indiana University has cancelled all breaks. Spreading the sessions out is best. We have teaching or other obligations every day fo the week.
Daniel Harper
56:54
Spring break has been cancelled for us and I would also agree, if we can spread things out, that would be great
Mary Ben Bonham
01:01:12
Miami U. - No Spring Break (5 days spread out over semester instead). W-F conference spread out would work best.
Mary Ben Bonham
01:10:56
Thank you everyone! very informative!
Susan Ray-Degges
01:11:45
Everyone take care and stay safe - wishing you a successful semester!
Katherine Ankerson
01:12:27
Thanks everyone!!
Darlene Davison
01:12:37
Thank you.