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Hyflex Classroom Training - Shared screen with speaker view
Ganapathy Mahalingam
51:34
The classroom he is in is Aldevron 150
melissa stotz
51:37
Aldevron 150
Shar
52:17
Hi :)
Amber Slevin
56:45
In regard to the mute function. Is it possible to mute the suspended classroom mics but keep the instructor label mic on?
Clayton Hilmert
58:04
How do you start a class if you are teaching remotely?
Kathy Coykendall
58:07
If we are using the doc cam, will the students still be able to see me with the classroom camera?
Cătălin Ciupercă
58:12
Is it possible to have both cameras on at the same time so that the remote students can see both the instructor and the students present in the classroom?
Shar
58:51
Amber, yes!
tammy cummings
59:03
Clayton, you will need someone in the classroom to assist with that.
mary.kenyon
59:06
If I am teaching remotely, would I want to have the classroom camera on rather than the instructor camera?
Shar
59:11
Clayton, if you are remoted you would need to have a student and/or GA?TA start the class.
Marisol Berti
59:21
If I use a laptop to present and connect to zoom would microphones work too?
Jessica Bauer
01:00:04
Have the software (for instance zoom) trainings been set yet?
Sarah Boonstoppel
01:00:13
If we want to purchase our own lapel mic, will it work with the room, and what kind of equipment (models) should we buy to ensure it will be compatible with NDSU’s equipment?
Jeanne HAGEMAN
01:00:56
If you are using the room cam looking at the screens at the front, will remote students be able to read the screen or will I need to provide a separate copy of that for remote students?
lorna olsen
01:00:57
Jessica - yes they have - the schedules are available at https://kb.ndsu.edu/training
Jenny Linker
01:00:59
Are we starting Zoom from within Blackboard?
Shar
01:01:46
Jessica, yes training has been set and on our LAIC website
Shar
01:02:03
Jenny, yes zoom will be integrated into Bb.
lorna olsen
01:02:04
https://kb.ndsu.edu/training - Training Schedule
Cheryl Thompson
01:02:51
FYI - Bb Collaborate Ultra also has a second camera option, just introduced in June 2020
Shar
01:03:19
mary, yes you can have it either way. IF you are lecturing you might want it on you. If you are having a class discussion you might want to point at on the students.
Nancy Emerson
01:03:21
What's the update on lapel microphones being provided individually to each instructor to bring to our classrooms?
tammy cummings
01:04:35
Melissa, can you give an update on the mics?
melissa stotz
01:05:09
Marisol, yes, if you connect your laptop using Zoom the microphones will work in the classroom.
melissa stotz
01:09:22
Sarah, bringing in your own purchased lapel mic will not work; however, we just identified funding to purchase a lapel mic assembly for each instructor to have their own (which will work in the classroom).
Ronald Degges
01:10:04
Can you give a demo lecture?
melissa stotz
01:10:45
Kathy, when you are using the document camera, the students will either see you, or the document camera, depending on the video source you share.
Shar
01:10:48
Ronald, that is a great suggestion. I will write that down for our team to create a video on it!
Xudong Rao
01:11:15
Question here. If there a movable white board in the classroom that I need to use alongside the slides, will the front camera be able to capture my handwriting on the white board easily, or do I have to locate the white board at certain angle? Thanks.
Ronald Degges
01:11:35
I might could even give a lecture for you
Sarah Boonstoppel
01:12:23
Is it possible to see the what the two instructor’s computer screens look like as you’re using them? Can you see remote students on one screen and your own materials (powerpoint, whiteboard, etc) on the other?
Elizabeth Hilliard
01:12:52
Will any stylus work with the smart display or does it have to be a certain kind? I would like to use my own stylus.
melissa stotz
01:12:56
Ron, in a sense he is giving a lecture demo. :-)
Matthew Winarski
01:14:38
It was noted above that lapel mics would be purchased for each instructor. Does this include Graduate students who are exclusively teaching classes?
Jenny Linker
01:14:50
So when these are recorded is it he hardware capturing or is it Zoom that is capturing? Do we have to “hit record” or is everything automatically recorded?
Shar
01:15:25
Jenny, you will need to hit record in any of the software.
julieketterling
01:17:13
I think it would be helpful when he is done with questions to just repeat the steps again quickly so we can just review all the steps Daniel just completed, if there is time! Thanks
Kathy Coykendall
01:17:22
I think Daniel said the recordings would automatically be put on BB for students to view. Is it possible to control when and if they are made available to the entire class?
Philip
01:17:28
With multiple instructors using the same classroom, will my presets be saved in a unique profile or could another instructor potentially override my presets?
Ronald Degges
01:17:37
Will there be a stylus that stays in the room?
Marisol Berti
01:17:49
Will the zoom in BB will have a zoom link associated to it , so if we have an invited remote speaker we can have him connect without going into Blackboard?
Shar
01:17:50
Kathy, yes you can control that.
tammy cummings
01:17:52
Jenny, we are checking on Zoom, it is new for us but I think you can automatically start a zoom recording when you start the zoom.
Nancy Emerson
01:18:27
Is there a schedule of what classrooms will be outfitted with the technology by date?
Kristina Astrup
01:18:57
To confirm, this won't be the set up in the meeting rooms in MU, correct? From yesterday's training I think the MU rooms were having ceiling mics added but not the cameras. Or it will be the setup in certain MU rooms that will be used for classrooms?
Sarah Boonstoppel
01:19:28
Is it possible to see the what the two instructor’s computer screens look like as you (Daniel) are using them today? Specifically, I’m wondering whether you see remote students on one screen and your own materials (powerpoint, whiteboard, etc) on the other.
Amber Slevin
01:21:16
Sarah, I was wondering the same thing.
Clayton Hilmert
01:21:26
What steps will need to be taken to begin (and end) a remotely taught class?
Deirdre Voldseth
01:21:47
Clayton, I have the same question.
Kristina Astrup
01:22:57
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Ronald Degges
01:23:34
Do we need to procure own lapel mic?
melissa stotz
01:24:24
We are in the process, should soon be ready, that will inform you which classrooms have which technology available -- and it will be updated each dayso as the ceiling mics and cameras are installed, you will be able to check the table to see if they have been installed or not.
tammy cummings
01:24:51
@Ron, we just identified funding to purchase a lapel mic assembly for each instructor to have their own (which will work in the classroom).
Justin Wageman
01:25:33
When playing video clips, are there speakers in the classroom for local students and will the audio play through the devices of students at a distance?
melissa stotz
01:25:58
In the MU, we are installing the mics and cameras, but there will not be a document camera or an interactive touch panel.
Matthew Winarski
01:26:24
@Tammy - Are Grad students being considered in that purchase? Or will they need to purchase their own to teach their own classes?
lorna olsen
01:27:02
@Justin - students in the room will hear the audio through the speakers in the room. In Zoom and/or Collaborate Ultra, there is a checkbox option you'll need to select so that the internal audio is captured for the remote connection and in the recording
Sarah Boonstoppel
01:27:54
Does the lapel mic also project into the room, or just for zoom?
Ganapathy Mahalingam
01:28:17
When you share a screen in Zoom it has a setting to turn on your computer audio and play through Zoom, so everyone can hear it (in class or remote)
lorna olsen
01:28:34
@Sarah - the lapel mics amplify the audio to the students in the room as well as provide the audio to the remote students and the recording.
Jessica Jensen
01:29:23
@Lorna, is the checkbox option to select the internal audio already chosen for us by default now?
Sarah Boonstoppel
01:30:00
Maybe he can turn the screens around to face the camera?
tammy cummings
01:30:57
@Mathew W. we will check on the Grad student question and email you that. We don't know for sure who was all included as instructor.
lorna olsen
01:31:41
@Jessica - we will need to check that and get back to you with more information later.
Matthew Winarski
01:32:35
@Tammy - Thanks!
Nancy Emerson
01:32:48
Is there a document comparing zoom to Bb Collaborate? Are there different features, quality, ease of use?
Ronald Degges
01:32:51
how are you moving the camera
Shar
01:33:36
Videoconference Comparison Matrix – https://kb.ndsu.edu/page.php?id=104067
Ganapathy Mahalingam
01:33:39
If you have dual monitors at home when teaching, do you select the monitor that your students see on Zoom or BB?
mary.kenyon
01:33:59
If we are teaching remotely, does someone in the room need to connect to the Zoom meeting that we have set up in order to start the class?
Shar
01:34:11
@Ganapathy it will ask you what screen to share.
Sarah Boonstoppel
01:34:54
@shar— thanks! just to confirm— there’s no way to use the two screens in the classroom independently, correct? (A chat response is fine)
Shar
01:35:13
@ron there are settings on the Crestron panel that he touches to move the camera around
Ronald Degges
01:35:24
ok
Shar
01:35:27
it says camerea
Shar
01:35:33
*camera
Alison Graham-Bertolini
01:35:44
That would be awesome if you were able to contract some software that would open the kiosk remotely. Fingers crossed.
Shar
01:35:52
@sarah correct!
Clayton Hilmert
01:36:23
Not requiring TAs to go in classrooms and allowing remote initiation of a class sounds safer and smarter. I look forward to this upgrade.
Shar
01:36:23
@nancyVideoconference Comparison Matrix – https://kb.ndsu.edu/page.php?id=104067
Adnan Akyuz
01:37:19
TA/LAs can log into the classroom computer with their credentials, right?
Shar
01:37:47
@Adnan, yes!
Shar
01:38:06
Anyone with an NDSU credential can log into the computer. SO a student in your class could log in if needed.
Amber Slevin
01:38:58
If our students are having tech issues during a lecture that seem to be specific to their equipment/connection, is there a phone number they could call to get immediate trouble shooting assistance?
Ronald Degges
01:39:15
but then as you move the camera moves also?
Scott Pryor
01:39:18
Are camera presets the same in all rooms?
Amber Slevin
01:40:16
Thank you! Also if students are at home and having tech issues, would the help desk also be the best place for them to call for timely assistance?
Shar
01:40:32
@Amber yes they would call the HD. :)
tammy cummings
01:41:18
We suggest that in your syllabus you give directions for remote learners and have them test early.
Ronald Degges
01:41:30
Can we practice using the equipment in the classroom before the start of the semester?
Nancy Emerson
01:41:31
Will the system at the podium still lock down if someone forgets to log off the classroom computer at the end of class?
Shar
01:43:36
@RonWe are hoping to be able to announce classrooms that are complete for practice prior to the start of the semester. Once a room is ready, it will be announced.
Kendall Swanson
01:45:44
Thanks Daniel for all your work on this and being so helpful.
sherri.stastny
01:45:46
ya would be nice if cameras automatically shut down. Some instructors don't shut down and classrooms get hot!
Sarah Boonstoppel
01:46:11
It seems like most folks sharing powerpoint use the slide drafting mode rather than the slideshow mode. Is this an artifact of zoom or is this a personal preference?
mary.kenyon
01:46:11
Thanks! This has been very helpful.
Amelia Asperin
01:46:18
Agree with Nancy.
Nancy Emerson
01:46:44
IT and ID folks- you've been doing a tremendous amount of heavy lifting this summer. While I have some trepidation going into the semester, I am grateful for all that you have been doing to ensure our success.
Justin Wageman
01:47:07
@Nancy Yes, I’ve had that issue many times, and I’ve had to track down the instructor to come back and log out.
Amber Slevin
01:47:35
Thank you LAI and IT for your hard work, helpful communication, and ongoing assistance.
Kendra Greenlee
01:47:39
Thanks, Daniel!
sherri.stastny
01:47:46
tag team thanks!
bruce.maylath
01:48:00
Terrific orientation. Thanks, Daniel and Shar!
Clayton Hilmert
01:48:23
Thank you!
Donna Terbizan
01:48:26
Way to go guys - keep it up - we will all eventually get it :-).
Alison Graham-Bertolini
01:48:27
Thank you Daniel and Shar and Melissa.
Jeffrey Chen
01:48:43
Thank you so much for great help!
Scott Pryor
01:49:00
It would be great to document these great questions and answers in an easily accessible format. Thank you!
Amelia Asperin
01:49:04
Thanks for all the help and tips.
Marisol Berti
01:49:17
Thank you so much,
Shar
01:49:30
@Scott we look at your questions and develop documentation :)
Ganapathy Mahalingam
01:49:52
Thank you all that are part of the ITS team. And thanks for looking into the remote connection into the Crestron panels in the instrumented classrooms.
Kelli Layman
01:50:10
Thanks was very helpful!
Adnan Akyuz
01:50:16
Thank you…
Justin Wageman
01:50:17
Excellent orientation, thank you!
Nurun Nahar
01:50:23
Thank You
Andrea Smith
01:50:25
Many thanks to you all with IT - can't even imagine your workload!! Your trainings are greatly appreciated.
Corin Strapp
01:50:32
Super helpful - thank you!
Jenny Linker
01:50:38
Thank you!!!
Chanchai
01:50:39
Thank you!