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Ganapathy Mahalingam
44:59
Hello everyone! Good afternoon!
Mike Monti
52:10
Heard you, Marc and Mitra
m a r c e l
52:18
Adobe has done so with creative cloud suite,,, photoshop, illustrator, etc...
Eric Lum
52:38
We have had great success using virtual whiteboards
Ganapathy Mahalingam
52:39
Ganapathy Mahalingam NDSU raising hand
erich connell
53:30
Please mute your mics thanks!
Catherine Dowling
53:38
please turn your mics off to avoid feedback
Catherine Dowling
55:05
concept board sounds great, who makes this?
Karen Seong
55:36
https://conceptboard.com/
m a r c e l
56:31
i believe the host can mute everyone
Chris Koziol
56:36
I'd like to share about my use of Miro for sharing
Lisa Findley
57:44
Also, Zoom has a Whiteboard option. Its pretty basic, like a chalkboard, but it also works. If you click on Share, it gives you options, including the whiteboard.
Catherine Dowling
01:00:11
could you share up to 15 student projects at once on concept board or miro
Karen Seong
01:00:46
Concept Board: depends on the plan you subscribe. 3-month trial is free.
markamy
01:01:48
i have a question on one on one desk crits. i’m a bit of a dinosaur, in that i sit with the individual students and sketch along with them. what digital tools can i use to work this way?
Karen Seong
01:01:58
Concept Board: For our plan, we can have 15 or more students all logged into the same board at one time
Catherine Dowling
01:02:14
thanks! this is great information
Eric Lum
01:02:18
there is also mural.co and MS Whiteboard
Chris Koziol
01:03:46
miro.com
Marc Neveu
01:04:29
https://slack.com/
Karen Seong
01:05:52
For sketching, there are numerous digital tools available. But Concept Board also allows live, real time sketching "together."
W. Geoff Gjertson
01:06:44
I've been doing a hybrid of low and high-tech: 10 min. phone calls with each student twice a week, having students send drawings and images to a printer who then delivers it to me, I mark them up and having them pick up remotely, uploading and marking up drawings on Moodle, and using Zoom for video conferencing.
Stephen Mueller
01:10:08
with group chat apps, are there privacy issues relative to student personal information, can anyone speak to that?
ronit
01:10:54
my sense of how hybrid was used in the previous comment, was a mix of physical drawing and digital work.
markamy
01:11:03
another question. i’m lining up the UC berkeley summer internship class right now, and afraid most of my host firms might drop out. i’m trying to figure out a way to conduct a practice class without actually having the students working in their offices. i’ve got some ideas, but am open to suggestions if anyone has any.
Karen Seong
01:11:16
On Slack, you can send direct (private) messages
Catherine Dowling
01:11:26
this discussion makes me realize the value of educators sharing, has anyone encouraged their classes to create similar all student chat groups to discuss their experiences together over this transition to virtual classes?
Ganapathy Mahalingam
01:11:45
Anyone wrestling with FERPA implications of thesis reviews now becoming educational records shared with public channels and recordings?
Catherine Dowling
01:13:20
great example that students are meeting over ZOOM!
Catherine Dowling
01:13:35
great!
Jennifer Newsom
01:15:24
I similarly encouraged students to have “studio hours” and we discussed how they can host their own Zoom meetings for this purpose (we developed a schedule and figured out who would host). This serves as a digital “commons” where they can still have that informal learning we have in physical studio. We’ll see if it works!
Mark Cabrinha
01:16:24
I like this concept of a digital commons, and wonder other platforms to share work beyond studio setting - the idea of a public review.
ronit
01:16:56
Ronit Eisenbach. did I hear that all interactions on zoom need to be recorded? please clarify
Mark Cabrinha
01:17:11
No, Zoom does not have to be recorded.
Andrzej Zarzycki
01:18:50
Recording sessions with students and posting them on shared platforms opens us to privacy issues, particularly when we record students in their own living rooms or bedrooms and then share this on school wide platforms.
Nadia Anderson
01:20:03
One of my colleagues had a review on Monday, Day 1 of our online world. She was able to invite a much wider variety of critics from around the country. She timed the review for 2-hour sessions with specific students and reviewers for each session. They were able to annotate, etc. and it sounds like it went really well.
Eric Haas
01:20:16
Our university is requiring Zoom meetings to be recorded - look to yours for legal guidance
Christina Bollo
01:20:20
When I record a studio zoom, I post it to the studio’s private BOX (or compass) site so that no one can see it but the people who could have been there in the first place.
Nadia Anderson
01:22:04
Is anyone using WebEx? We don’t have campus access to Zoom. Some people are using private Zoom accounts, other platforms.
Mark Cabrinha
01:22:21
I teach a large lecture to 160 students, and very excited to flatten the hierarchy of that context.
Nichole Wiedemann
01:22:35
Thank you, Alvin. Great perspective on this.
carmina.sanchez
01:22:42
Yes it important to have video, but can impact connection.
Andrzej Zarzycki
01:22:56
we use Canvas for posting student work (and recordings) but the small print with Canvas platform says: "You agree to allow Instructure and its applicable contractors to freely host, reproduce, transmit, modify, display and otherwise use Your Content (in whole or in part) as reasonably necessary to provide the Services to you, and in accordance with Instructure’s agreement with your Entity, if applicable."I don't think all schools are aware of an actual legal language
Alvin Huang
01:24:45
Here are the two events I mentioned at USC Architecture: http://bit.ly/TechIsTheAnswer
Alvin Huang
01:25:00
http://bit.ly/USCGenNext2020
carmina.sanchez
01:25:38
Absolutely essential to clearly explain ethics of referencing, reusing, information and projects
Nadia Anderson
01:28:40
Is anyone doing community engagement studios with partners who don’t have access to online technology? How are you dealing with this, not only in terms of work with communities but also learning objectives for students?
Jennifer Newsom
01:29:14
Thank you for the question, Nadia - I’m in a similar boat here.
Stephen Mueller
01:31:14
In case anyone missed it, Spectrum is offering free internet to households w college students https://www.businessinsider.com/coronavirus-free-spectrum-internet-wifi-offer-student-households-promotion-2020-3
erich connell
01:32:08
Park in front of Macdonalds and use their free wifi
m a r c e l
01:32:59
Major companies such as att, tmobile, etc… are providing free hotspots and internet service
Molly Reichert
01:33:22
If students are struggling to maintain an internet connection, they can use xfinity essentials which will be free for the next 60 days. https://www.internetessentials.com/
Catherine Dowling
01:34:39
Our faculty at Ryerson University in Toronto has purchased dongle internet sticks for distribution to students who are in need of internet or we will possibly pay for an internet upgrade over the next month. Laptops are also available for loan on an as needs basis.
Jennifer Asselstine
01:34:40
Nadia - I would love to partner you with our Design Build /Community Design Faculty
anthonyabbate
01:35:26
Comcast is offering no-cost internet for two months and low cost after that (9.95/mo) for low-income families. https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19
ronit
01:36:23
Nadia, I would love to do the same, working with Neighborhood design center in MD.
folan
01:39:33
John Folan - Nadia, working on a D-B project that involves several different sites and community engagement that has been interrupted. We are recalibrating and using this period to recalibrate and reflect more intensively on what has been heard to date. we are also relying on snail mail for communication.
bterim
01:39:51
Any advice particular for teaching beginning design students? And what is your general take on the physical deliverables of a studio, or having to switch them to digital?
W. Geoff Gjertson
01:40:43
I believe Tulane's Urbanbuild is still building a house in New Orleans probably due to the fact that they always have less than 50 people at a time and they are off-campus. Of course that is always an individual call by faculty, students, and admin.
Karen Seong
01:41:22
Physical model making certainly will be a challenge for students who are accustomed to using the wood shop. I think we have to start with a survey of what each student has access to and problem-solve individually but would love to hear from others
Mike Monti
01:41:23
Yes, Jeff Day (Nebraska) and Joyce Hwang (Buffalo) agreed to do one on Thursday, 6:30-8:00 pm ET about “design/build studios, community engagement projects, and other courses founded on collaborative, hands-on learning, and 1:1 design-by-making.”
Nadia Anderson
01:42:52
Great idea! Kids on phones could provide feedback.
Nadia Anderson
01:43:38
I need to sign off. Thanks Marc and everyone!
Eric Lum
01:46:02
Beginning design studios in particular need lots of visual examples from previous student work in terms of expectations. Visual rubrics can set grade expectations. Dialog and conversation is needed for them to be accustomed to the vocabulary around how to talk about architecture.
Catherine Dowling
01:47:02
thanks!
Mark Cabrinha
01:50:21
@Eric: can you share an example of a visible rubric? Is it more than just sharing exceptional examples?
bterim
01:50:46
Thank you Jennifer ! This was really helpful
Megan Peters
01:54:05
I’m about to teach my first, first-year-studio - so this is all every helpful. Thank you
Craig Anz
01:56:02
We have been teaching online in our masters for some time, so we pivoted very quickly. ...but having similar issues with our foundations and lower level folks.
Roy Knight
01:58:54
Eric It would be very useful if you could provide this bu posting and given us way to access.
Craig Anz
02:04:56
yes.
JoAnn Moore
02:06:41
THANKS Marc, good to see you. Thanks to everyone for all your information. I am now off to a First Year Zoom Meeting
bterim
02:07:12
Thank you for putting it together ! Was very helpful
Catherine Dowling
02:08:05
thanks, this was really interesting and helpful
Jennifer Asselstine
02:08:24
Mitra - The integration of consultants can be excellent in Zoom meetings!
Mike Monti
02:10:02
Final Reviews in the Age of Distance LearningAntje Steinmuller, California College of the ArtsJanette Kim, California College of the ArtsAdam Marcus, California College of the ArtsAs most schools of architecture have shifted to distance learning, final review and thesis presentation formats will need to be rethought. This session will provide a platform for open discussion among participants to exchange ideas and discuss tried and untried practices. We will ponder online versions for the different forms of learning and conversation that typically take place at final reviews between students, critics, and broader audiences. The session will also consider ways in which we can join virtual reviews formats beyond our own school context.
Mike Monti
02:10:21
Friday, March 20, 6:30-8:00 pm ET
Jennifer Newsom
02:10:35
Thanks all for sharing. These sessions are a great resource - I hope they can continue. Stay safe out there, everyone. Cheers!
Megan Peters
02:11:14
Thank you all!
Anne marshall
02:11:26
Thank you, Marc and everyone!
Alejandro Borges
02:11:34
THANK YOU
carmina.sanchez
02:11:34
Thanks for session
Andrzej Zarzycki
02:11:36
Thank you!
W. Geoff Gjertson
02:11:44
Thanks Everyone!
Nick
02:11:45
thank you
Alice
02:11:45
Thank you all so much!
Holly Zickler
02:11:46
Thank you for this!
Ganapathy Mahalingam
02:11:46
Thank you everybody!
Roy Knight
02:11:55
Thanks for this Good session.
Nate Imai
02:11:59
Thank you, Marc and everyone!
ronit
02:12:00
Be wonderful to share solutions
Craig Anz
02:12:22
if folks need help...reach out to us...canz@siu.edu
Craig Anz
02:12:42
we have been teaching fully online and have covered a lot of the curve.
Robert Kelly
02:13:43
Thanks - Beyond all the tips - it was great to comisurate.
Craig Anz
02:14:27
hi Marcel!!
Craig Anz
02:15:05
yes..thx marc.