11:05:43 From Lisa Sharfstein : overwhelmed
11:05:45 From Ashley Montgomery : Over caffeinated!
11:05:49 From Emily Bovee : uncertain
11:05:50 From Wendy Verrei Berenback : buckle up!
11:05:51 From Helen McCabe : Busy
11:05:54 From Joy Henry : Helpful
11:05:54 From Jennifer Francois : anxious
11:05:55 From Pam Mitchel : worried about time
11:05:55 From Clyde Mitchell : Excited to learn
11:05:56 From Tracy Wacker : Exhausted
11:05:56 From Frank Engert : not bad
11:05:56 From Loni Nadeau : Haha...ANXIOUS
11:05:56 From Erin Shaw : spiraling
11:05:58 From Ashish Thatte : Anxious
11:05:59 From Judith Roe : Getting there
11:05:59 From William Ramshaw : Optimistic
11:05:59 From Kristin : hopeful
11:06:00 From Elena Kazakova : not too bad
11:06:00 From dianestlawrence : confused
11:06:01 From Mellisa Clawson : worried
11:06:01 From Julie Sievers : Overwhelmed and disoriented
11:06:03 From Kirsten Jacobson : Shifting
11:06:04 From Chris Darrohn : Hopeful
11:06:04 From Anne Marie Wolf : surprisingly fine
11:06:04 From Jon Shine : anxious
11:06:06 From Denisa Cundick : still overwhelmed but a bit better
11:06:07 From Wendy Harper : crazy!
11:06:08 From Patti Bailie : overwhelmed
11:06:09 From George Miller : overwhelmed
11:06:12 From William Toftness : am I doing enough?
11:06:12 From Ellen Swider : Overwhelmed! I want to be able to take this as a vacay, but I have to be mindful about the work that I still need to do!
11:06:14 From Erin Connor : Proud of my team
11:06:15 From David Parfitt : Wanting to help
11:06:15 From Ayumi Amama : Iâ€™m not sure if I can engage my students well.
11:06:17 From Barbara Keyes : focused on problem solving
11:06:28 From George Miller : tired
11:06:29 From Linda st. laurent : disoriented as I move to remote ; disconnected from my team
11:06:45 From Ellen Swider : Grateful that I have a lot of skills and resources to facilitate this
11:06:56 From Ananth Saradhi : curious, nervous about the transition.
11:12:09 From Ashley Montgomery : https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/crisis/
11:16:45 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : Here is that form, for you to copy and use: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1PmX75OzfOWSOF35Lbuqs5k6A-uiFfLfZKqt64z8BpqU/edit?usp=sharing
11:18:47 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : https://groups.google.com/a/podnetwork.org/forum/#!forum/discussion
11:20:55 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nGZORhYsvqDGLGVFcec-IXuChvb9JZ_IVyaFE-fYWtc/edit?usp=sharing
11:21:43 From Ellen Swider : Keeping fragile students engaged
11:21:46 From Joy Henry : My students well being and comfort
11:21:47 From William Ramshaw : Calming down my students!
11:21:49 From Lisa Sharfstein : Caring for students
11:21:50 From Nicole Ravas : second to Ellen's!
11:21:51 From Kirsten Jacobson : Connecting
11:21:59 From William Toftness : keeping students
11:22:08 From Wendy Harper : clear expectations
11:22:08 From Helen McCabe : Keeping everyone organized and feeling productive
11:22:10 From Barbara Keyes : Figuring out how to commnicate effectively
11:22:10 From Ashley Montgomery : Keeping everyone healthy
11:22:10 From Lorinda Sorensen : keeping momentum with learning
11:22:11 From Rachel Hovel : Checking in with students; are they ready to start engaging with coursework again, next week?
11:22:17 From Susan M. Gilroy : Being able to make their learning, while different, succeed.
11:22:23 From Jennifer Francois : making sure students are doing ok
11:22:23 From Ayumi Amama : Being able to make them feel belonged, included
11:22:27 From William Toftness : yes, retaining students entirely
11:22:32 From Frank Engert : Providing a good experience
11:22:36 From Mellisa Clawson : Keeping students engaged
11:22:40 From George Miller : finding the right mental/social space for the students to be engaged; getting the right plan in place
11:22:40 From Patti Bailie : Being able to be flexible, but making sure everyone is engaged
11:26:57 From John Thompson : What about students who don't check their email?
11:28:27 From Ashley Montgomery : John, that is a good question. I wonder if the disruption of this event might spur them on to check email since it is the most common tool.
11:29:49 From Ashley Montgomery : John, you might also look to your Learning Management System and/or an app like Remind to get messages out to students regarding how they will be communicating with you.
11:31:18 From Lisa Sharfstein : Re: connection. One of the great things in my f2f class was our discussion and community. But the â€œbad jobâ€ article stays DONâ€™T use synchronous work. But is doing a group chat live a bad idea?
11:31:21 From Ellen Swider : I use Remind to text with students and not reveal my real phone number
11:31:21 From Judith Roe : zoom meetings
11:31:34 From William Ramshaw : Make sure not to move to quickly
11:31:40 From Ashley Montgomery : I want to try Discord!
11:31:43 From Helen McCabe : Was SLACK already mentioned? I have used that in online classes as well as with work colleagues. Itâ€™s a good way to share concerns and have group discussion
11:31:44 From Anne Marie Wolf : Perusall as a way to have them engaged together around a reading.
11:31:45 From Ayumi Amama : I started using Flipgrid; another common tool is GroupMe
11:31:47 From Jennifer Francois : I use zoom and Microsoft Teams. I am going to try Slack too.
11:31:50 From Jennifer Francois : Flipgrid
11:31:50 From Ellen Swider : I use bitmojis in my announcements and emails to keep it a little lighter and so they don't forget my face
11:32:00 From Joy Henry : I use Remind too. It is great.
11:32:01 From Kristin : slack
11:32:08 From Kirsten Jacobson : I think non-required synchronous meetings can be good, but just be sure to make recordings for those who canâ€™t join in at the set time.
11:32:26 From Ellen Swider : Blackboard Collaborate and Jing videos
11:32:40 From Mellisa Clawson : Iâ€™ve set up virtual office hours when students can use google chat or Face time to talk â€œin person"
11:33:17 From Anne Marie Wolf : I have used Zoom before, but haven't done recordings with it. Is it clear how to do that?
11:33:27 From Rachel Hovel : Not a method for personal connection, but building reminders into Blackboard announcements helps keep students up to date on deadlines/next assignments
11:33:59 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : Anne: https://youtu.be/AYzPS28rg7E :)
11:34:58 From John Thompson : I don't see what's wrong with doing synchronous meetings, esp. if they're held at the same day/time the F2F classes were here, even it's just 1-2 times to set the table for doing asynchronous. Limiting Zoom-like web conferencing might be advisable to help students with any data caps/costs they might have.
11:35:26 From William Ramshaw : I'm doing synchronous meetings.
11:35:59 From Kirsten Jacobson : Some people will be in different time zones; some people donâ€™t have access to the Internet at home; some people will get sick. So, itâ€™s not that synchronous courses are bad; itâ€™s just that there should be ways for people to access that material not at that time.
11:36:27 From Nick Noakes : @Anne we integrated Zoom into our Canvas LMS so both the links to recurrent meetings and the recordings are published there.
11:36:51 From John Thompson : Ann Marie -- You just need to click a red button to record (just remember to click it) or you can set up auto recording. Several ways to make the recording available.
11:36:59 From Tracy Wacker : Synchronous meetings: some students live have changed outside of class - the survey is a way to make sure that your students can still attend class synchronously and, if not, offer the recording and/or other avenue for learning.
11:37:29 From Nick Noakes : @John agree .. weâ€™ve had to do this since last Nov â€¦ Zoom classes is a replica of semester schedule
11:37:57 From William Ramshaw : Same @John @Nick
11:38:24 From Ashley Montgomery : I use Zoom for virtual office hours.
11:39:42 From Helen McCabe : Multiple ways to connect, as you all have been saying, is important. I want them to know they have options
11:39:44 From William Ramshaw : Make sure I remain calm. This will help my students remain calm.
11:39:56 From John Thompson : Tracy -- Right. Today might not be the same circumstances for students as last week (changed for teachers, too). Recognizing that is important in planning how you go from F2F to online.
11:40:01 From David Parfitt : Being open and honest with my students. Admitting it is a stressful time for everyone
11:40:03 From Ashley Montgomery : Off individual accommodations for students with challenging circumstances.
11:40:04 From Ayumi Amama : Scheduling weekly 1v1 virtual meetings with students.
11:40:05 From Kirsten Jacobson : Be aware of screen time burnout. Weâ€™re going to be on the computer a lot these days. Find other ways to connect to yourself, friends, family.
11:40:09 From Ellen Swider : Being flexible and understanding....we're all struggling right now
11:40:11 From Joy Henry : Make sure I remain calm. This will help my students remain calm.11:40:24 From Lisa Sharfstein : Be flexible with students and self
11:40:26 From Anne Marie Wolf : I think I'm going to email them today with something warm and funny and tell them that I'll be thinking about them a lot this week as I plan for the rest of the semester.
11:40:34 From Barbara Keyes : Providing options for completing te course; asking how they're do; sharing how I'm doing
11:40:41 From Elena Kazakova : I sent an email and an online learning survey that asked about their technology-related abilities, comfort levels, and preferences for synchronous/asynchronous, receiving and submitting assignments, and connecting with me
11:40:42 From Nick Noakes : Be there 10 mins early and stay late for them to chat generally â€¦ run an extra session once a week to drop in and share coping strategies
11:40:47 From George Miller : make sure that they know about supportsâ€” food banks, etc
11:41:15 From Ashley Montgomery : 211.org
11:41:27 From Lisa Sharfstein : also remember that my class is only one of possibly 5 that they are now taking online â€” donâ€™t overwhelm them with too much information
11:43:30 From Jodie Mader : Thanks for doing this. Hope we can do this again. Have to run.
11:44:29 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : Thanks, Jodie--we'll send a link to the replay! :)
11:44:38 From Ricci Leila to Anne Fensie(Privately) : Hi Anne, can you send out your slides. So much great info, and I canâ€™t take notes fast enough.
11:45:14 From Ricci Leila to Anne Fensie(Privately) : I also missedâ€¦is there a handout as well?
11:46:46 From John Thompson : Will the link for anyone who didn't register for this webinar? I'd like to share it with my colleagues.11:46:53 From Anne Marie Wolf : Document camera?
11:47:04 From John Thompson : Lisa -- Good point about students having multiple online classes, esp. if they didn't have any last week. Keep it simple. Just get through the rest of the semester w/o going completely crazy and stressing out everyone, including you. :-)11:47:17 From Ashley Montgomery : John, we will be sharing a link and the Google Doc with resources
11:47:26 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : http://fensie.com/index.php/2020/03/11/keep-calm-and-go-online/
11:47:30 From Ashley Montgomery : Anne Marie, I can help you with that!
11:47:30 From Anne Marie Wolf : Also, all of this seems to assume that Zoom is going to be able to handle all this additional load on its capacity. I keep hearing that that's unlikely.
11:47:52 From Barbara Keyes : Excellent information. Have to go to a training on Google Meet.
11:47:54 From Joy Henry : Where are the handouts you are talking about?
11:48:42 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : John--we will share this replay, in the meantime, here is our crowd-source document: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nGZORhYsvqDGLGVFcec-IXuChvb9JZ_IVyaFE-fYWtc/edit
11:50:16 From Emily Bovee : reassured
11:50:18 From Kirsten Jacobson : Determined
11:50:20 From Lisa Sharfstein : reassured
11:50:23 From Linda st. laurent : so grateful for the time and talent you all shared today ; I look forward to sharing this resource with my collegues
11:50:24 From Helen McCabe : appreciative
11:50:27 From Lisa Sharfstein : grateful
11:50:28 From David Parfitt : thankful
11:50:29 From Mellisa Clawson : better
11:50:30 From Frank Engert : I feel fine
11:50:31 From Chris Darrohn : Still hopeful
11:50:31 From Jennifer Francois : appreciative
11:50:32 From Judith Roe : Thank you
11:50:33 From William Ramshaw : Good but I really want to read the last few slides you shared.
11:50:34 From Kirsten Jacobson : yes, grateful!!!
11:50:34 From Ayumi Amama : Iâ€™m not alone in this; thank you for doing this!
11:50:34 From George Miller : thankful
11:50:36 From Patti Bailie : Thank you
11:50:36 From Joy Henry : Empowered
11:50:37 From Anne Marie Wolf : thankful. Also: we got this!
11:50:40 From Wendy Harper : thank you
11:50:46 From Elena Kazakova : thank you
11:50:47 From Tracy Wacker : thank you!
11:50:49 From Nicole Ravas : you are all awesome - thank you!
11:50:51 From Ashish Thatte : thank you
11:50:56 From Kirsten Jacobson : Thank you!
11:50:57 From Jennifer Francois : thank you so much!!
11:51:18 From Joy Henry : This was wonderful thank you.
11:51:18 From Rachel Hovel : Thank you! Iâ€ve been impressed and inspired by my colleagues throughout this
11:51:22 From Susan M. Gilroy : This was excellent. Iâ€™m a librarian and got some great ideas for supporting faculty and students as they undertake research from afar. You were very generous with your knowledge â€” and your â€œmodelsâ€ of how to cope. I look forward to the followup and will share youâ€™re recording with colleagues.
11:51:23 From John Thompson : Ann Marie - If Zoom, Collaborate, etc. get overloaded, there are multiple free web conferencing sites such as https://www.freeconferencecall.com/
11:51:30 From Linda st. laurent : nice to hear that we were not prepared for this crazy pivot - and that is OK not to expect perfection but to keep moving forward & Be Kind to ourselves , our students and each other
11:51:44 From Patti Bailie : Emailing my students today
11:51:48 From Mellisa Clawson : Email my students!
11:51:50 From Pam Mitchel : start paring down my topic list
11:51:53 From John Thompson : take a breath
11:51:58 From Lisa Sharfstein : Think about what is essential
11:51:59 From Kirsten Jacobson : Think about what is realistic.
11:52:01 From Lorinda Sorensen : Contacting students, making plan11:52:01 From Chris Darrohn : Clarify my priorities.
11:52:03 From Susan M. Gilroy : Look into Remind as a way to keep in contact with students and feed them little research bites from the library.
11:52:04 From Ayumi Amama : Start a casual communication with students.
11:52:05 From Jennifer Francois : start working on getting my syllabus reorganized
11:52:06 From George Miller : email, and set up office hours on zoom
11:52:07 From Loni Nadeau : Course annoucements to help reassure students.
11:52:07 From Helen McCabe : Continuing reorganizing. And email students
11:52:08 From Ellen Swider : I've recorded a few videos for students
11:52:08 From Linda st. laurent : progress not perfection :)
11:52:12 From Wendy Harper : email students and start revising my syllabus
11:52:13 From dianestlawrence : focus on whatâ€™s most important
11:52:13 From William Ramshaw : I'm already moving. Attended this session to make sure I am not missing something obvious.
11:52:14 From Tracy Wacker : Keep in touch with faculty re: needs (I am a faculty developer)
11:52:20 From Rachel Hovel : Prioritize my content goals: what do they need to be informed citizens?
11:52:20 From Frank Engert : Think long and hard (but maybe not that long)
11:52:22 From Ashish Thatte : Already emailed students, attend meetings, prepare to convert F2F into online content
11:52:29 From Ayumi Amama : Any suggestions on how to NOT bombard students with emails?
11:52:44 From Anne Marie Wolf : Email students. Keep working the to-do list. Get to yoga mat.
11:52:54 From Ellen Swider : Thank you!
11:52:56 From Joy Henry : Thank you for your time.
11:53:00 From Jennifer Francois : Thank you!
11:53:05 From Chris Darrohn : Thank you!
11:53:11 From Anne Marie Wolf : Thank you!
11:53:11 From David Parfitt : Thanks everyone
11:53:13 From Ashish Thatte : Thank you very much!
11:53:14 From Pam Mitchel : Thank you
11:53:15 From Susan M. Gilroy : Stay well!
11:53:16 From William Toftness : thanks
11:53:17 From Elena Kazakova : Thank you
11:53:17 From John Thompson : Thank you all.
11:53:17 From Helen McCabe : Thank you!
11:53:18 From Patti Bailie : Thank you very much!
11:53:21 From Loni Nadeau : Thank you ladies!! Fabulous and helpful as always!
11:53:24 From Ayumi Amama : Thank you!
11:53:30 From Heather Nunez-Olmstead : Thank you, everyone! :)
11:53:39 From Ashley Montgomery : Thanks you ,everyone!
11:53:40 From Nick Noakes : Thank you1
11:53:41 From Kirsten Jacobson : Thank you for organizing this and sharing your expertise!
11:53:42 From Linda st. laurent : regrading email overload for Ss- perhaps make a plan for when you will email and share that plan with your Ss; if you can schedule the email to send that allows you to create the email but control when students will receive them
11:53:47 From dianestlawrence : thanks so much for your suggestions!
11:53:50 From Denisa Cundick : Thank you!
11:55:05 From Linda st. laurent : regarding email overload - same for the instructors we support ; feeling so much stress from our faculty due to information overload
11:56:11 From Linda st. laurent : love that idea of "recharge the battery" and think tat is great to share with our SS and Ts as well
11:56:13 From Nick Noakes : email overload â€¦ 1. expectations management â€¦ move a lot to LMS forum, or tools where they can +1 and/or students answer peers .. crowdsource