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AAS 237 Speaker Training #1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Linda Sparke
16:45
How about sharing the slides with us? Else I need to take screen shots as the video runs, which is silly
Peter Jalowiczor
19:34
That's great.
Peter Jalowiczor
19:40
I'd like to try
Linda Sparke
20:04
I'm signed up as a session chair -- last time we had training for keeping the questioners in order. Is that happening again?
AAS Meetings
21:29
@Linda: here is the session chair training https://youtu.be/i392knd_80Y
AAS Meetings
21:47
You can also see more information here: https://aas.org/meetings/aas237/training-resources#Chair
Peter Jalowiczor
22:20
Thanks for that! Important to practice.
AAS Meetings
23:08
If you need additional assistance, Linda, feel free to email me directly. I'll happily help you practice.
Stephanie Clark
24:03
Will there be a tech support person available during each zoom meeting to troubleshoot?
AAS Meetings
24:21
Session chair training: https://aas.org/meetings/aas237/training-resources#Chair
Linda Sparke
24:36
In fact, I will likely have to hand over to my backup chair, so I want to be sure we have the right pieces in place. This is the NASA Town Hall; last summer we had a few minutes getting our boss set up.
Emma M
25:09
I have a follow up chair question - what kind of permissions will the chair have vs speakers vs attendees? Will chairs be able to see who (in terms of attendees) is in the rooms? I know speakers couldn’t during DPS.
Stephanie Clark
25:36
Can you have multiple zoom sessions going at once?
Linda Sparke
26:04
Stephanie, you'll need 2 computers (or a computer and smartphone) going to do 2 zooms.
dmkassim@icloud.com
26:34
Does the session chair control the muting and screen sharing permissions of the speakers?
Linda Sparke
27:22
Emma, last summer when I chaired I could see questions, attendees and the whole bit. You can ask the tech to make you co-host so you can unmute questioners, or you can ask the tech to do it.
Linda Sparke
28:40
Hey "AAS meetings", you must be one of the people I;'ve emailed...
Linda Sparke
31:41
Do the dissertation presenters get more time?
AAS Meetings
32:33
https://www.abstractsonline.com/pp8/#!/9243
Mohit Bhardwaj
39:30
Hi Linda. Just to verify, in no circumstance, the total presentation time will increase from 5 minutes. Isn't it?
Linda Sparke
47:23
Mohit, if I was session chair I would not tell you ahead of time that you get extra minutes. I might be more lenient about closing the questions off. But check the detailed timing of your session: the chair is supposed to keep that timing, for people swapping between sessions. So the talk following yours has to begin at the scheduled time.
Mohit Bhardwaj
49:26
Thanks a lot, everyone! This session is indeed useful.
Peter Jalowiczor
51:02
Thank you for the tutorial! To someone like me speaking for the first time at the AAS it is of great help.
Stephanie Clark
51:21
I'm having the same issue (also NASA)...I have the slack app...is there a channel I can search for?
Stephanie Clark
53:29
Thanks Rita!