WFH B52 - Hybrid Teaching Operations Guide
An operations guide for operating Williams Fieldhouse Room B-52 in a hybrid teaching model.
Please use the provided disinfectant to clean the teacher station
and computer keyboard prior to use.
This room is capable of both in person and remote learning. You can use the video sources you would normally use in person for remote instruction. The desktop microphone/speaker will provide the audio for your remote students and give you the ability to hear the remote students. Follow the instructions below to initiate a Zoom conference.
1) Log into the desktop computer and start the Zoom App
2) Use the touch panel to start the audiovisual presentation equipment
3) The room audio system will connect to Zoom automatically
- The microphone is in the drawer in the equipment rack
- Note: the volume knob on the control panel can be used to set the volume of the incoming audio.
- Note: you may need to repeat in room student questions so remote students hear it
4) The wall mounted camera can show instructor, white board, students, or demonstrations
- This is an auto tracking camera and will follow you around the room.
5) Select the screen sharing option in zoom to show the computer screen
- Advanced sharing option allows for video camera to be seen full screen
6) To end the session, end the Zoom call
7) Log off the computer
8) Use the touch panel to shut down the system
No audio on zoom – open the microphone popup (located on the bottom of the Zoom window) and check to see if “MediaPort 200” is selected as the microphone source in zoom
No audio from remote students – open the microphone popup (located on the bottom of the Zoom window) and check to see if the “ExtronScalerD” is selected as the speaker source in zoom
No video – open the video popup (located on the bottom of the Zoom window) check to see if the “MediaPort 200” is selected as video source
If you have questions, please contact the ITS Help Desk at 608.342.1400 or firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also visit the Help Desk on the first floor of the Karrmann Library.