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HYBRID FACULTY TOWN HALL - Shared screen with speaker view
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27:50
Hello folks. Because of the large audience, you won’t be able to unmute yourself, but we’ll ask you to use the Raise Hand button under Reactions to queue up. We’ll unmute you.
Karen Stohr
40:54
How many students are currently living off-campus, either in the Neighborhood or in other parts of DC? My informal sense is that there are a *lot*
Jeffrey Anderson
55:22
It’s feedback from open mikes on computers
Elzbieta Gozdziak
56:10
Jeff, all the computer mikes were off and the echo was still interfering.
Eddie Maloney
56:13
CNDLS and CETS can help with the microphone issues
Jeffrey Anderson
56:39
Wow — that’s very puzzling.
Elzbieta Gozdziak
56:46
CETS was there and she couldn’t fix it
Lisa Strong (she/her)
57:15
Elzbieta, both the mikes and the speakers have to be off. The speakers have to be off in settings.
Heera Kamboj
57:49
Parking? For adjunct and visiting faculty? Can we please be issued parking passes since we many of us cannot take public transportation. Thanks!
Jeffrey Anderson
59:07
GU Parking just announced today no fee parking until June 30 for faculty, staff, and students.
Karen Stohr
59:27
I have twice walked into WG without anyone checking my badge status. (I promise, it was green!)
Elzbieta Gozdziak
59:54
Karen, same here. No health monitors either.
Heera Kamboj
59:55
How do they know we are faculty for parking?
Franck Wiebe
01:00:05
I also entered WG three times via door by ICC with no check.
Jeffrey Anderson
01:00:09
I don’t think they check!
Charles Carithers
01:00:43
I echo Jodi's concerns, I am facing the same issue.
Adriane Fugh-Berman
01:01:21
Cracking windows is good! Transmission via surfaces is very rare, and mainly an issue in medical settings. Masks are the most important. Links to masks approved under an FDA emergency use authorization available in my article here: https://www.thehastingscenter.org/masks-are-not-created-equal/
Eddie Maloney
01:01:36
Elzbieta, I’m sorry to hear that. We can help. We can reach tour to discuss how to fix this, if you’d like.
Karen Stohr
01:01:40
Thanks, Adriane!
Karen Stohr
01:03:43
CETS will run a training session for you in your classroom. I did that and it was very helpful.
Betsy Page Sigman
01:03:49
Is there any chance that sophomores and juniors will be allowed to attend class in person? I have an auditorium and social distancing wouldn't be a problem.
Eddie Maloney
01:04:11
we had an open house for practice time and can easily hold another
Franck Wiebe
01:06:20
Jeff’s suggestion of practice slots would be more helpful than another open house.
Lisa Strong (she/her)
01:09:55
ITAs are great!!!
Betsy Page Sigman
01:09:57
ITAs are great!
Jason Tilan
01:14:53
Echoing Arun’s point about the use of the rear camera. In addition, it will be helpful to zoom in (close-up) into the instructor to amplify the point made about being ‘online’ for the students at a distance
Karen Stohr
01:14:54
That would really help with planning each week.
Betsy Page Sigman
01:14:59
Thank you for holding this session!
Lisa Strong (she/her)
01:15:39
My thanks to CETS and CNDLS. I felt very well prepared and thought my first class went really well.
Jodi Vittori
01:15:40
Thanks! Can you type your email address?
Molly Chehak, CNDLS
01:15:52
coo@georgetown.edu
Leslie Crutchfield
01:16:01
thank you - very helpful. Happy weekend!
Jodi Vittori
01:16:03
Thank you!
Dr. Purna Gamage
01:16:13
Thank you! It was very helpful!
Molly Chehak, CNDLS
01:21:28
That’s wonderful to hear!
Mark Bosco
01:21:43
Thanks! Have a great weekend.
Elzbieta Gozdziak
01:21:52
Thanks!
Alison Games
01:21:55
thank you!
Daniela Brancaforte (she/her)
01:21:56
Thank you!
Karen Stohr
01:21:57
Thanks for holding this session. Much appreciated!