1. Introduction
    1. Should?
      1. Should students be required to turn their cameras on in online classroom?
      2. Why is this even a conversation at this time?
      3. Should camera use be assumed in online courses?
      4. What is reasonable expectation?
    2. Covid Times
      1. California Schools
  2. Current Research & Practice. Contextual emerging practice / theory / policy connections
    1. Pedagogical Perspectives
      1. Trauma Informed Teaching
        1. Cameras Be Damned
      2. UDL Principles
      3. Critical Digital Pedagogy
      4. Hybrid / Online Learning
        1. Historical Perspective
        2. Community of Inquiry on Social Presence
        3. SAMR
    2. Institutional Policy
      1. principles of community - institutional standards (example)
    3. Current Practice
      1. Incentivization
      2. Punitive
  3. Privacy & Data Security & Informed Consent
    1. Student/ Participant Rights
      1. Privacy
      2. FIPPA
  4. Educational integrity by avoiding harm and minimizing risk
    1. Affect on student learning
      1. Video reactions from students on use of cameras
      2. Student Mental Health
    2. Power / Control Dynamic
    3. Inclusivity
  5. Emerging oractice/theory/authentic contexts & learner's personal connection
    1. Instructor Presence
      1. Role of the teacher online
  6. Conclusion
    1. Future Related Research
      1. eProctoring
    2. Affects on future state
  7. Consequentialism - what are the consequences of the position for/against?