Who can see your viewing activity?
How about sharing the slides with us? Else I need to take screen shots as the video runs, which is silly
I'd like to try
I'm signed up as a session chair -- last time we had training for keeping the questioners in order. Is that happening again?
@Linda: here is the session chair training https://youtu.be/i392knd_80Y
You can also see more information here: https://aas.org/meetings/aas237/training-resources#Chair
Thanks for that! Important to practice.
If you need additional assistance, Linda, feel free to email me directly. I'll happily help you practice.
Will there be a tech support person available during each zoom meeting to troubleshoot?
Session chair training: https://aas.org/meetings/aas237/training-resources#Chair
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.
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.
Can you have multiple zoom sessions going at once?
Stephanie, you'll need 2 computers (or a computer and smartphone) going to do 2 zooms.
Does the session chair control the muting and screen sharing permissions of the speakers?
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.
Hey "AAS meetings", you must be one of the people I;'ve emailed...
Do the dissertation presenters get more time?
Hi Linda. Just to verify, in no circumstance, the total presentation time will increase from 5 minutes. Isn't it?
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.
Thanks a lot, everyone! This session is indeed useful.
Thank you for the tutorial! To someone like me speaking for the first time at the AAS it is of great help.
I'm having the same issue (also NASA)...I have the slack app...is there a channel I can search for?