This page is intended for CGU faculty teaching from an on-campus classroom to online students or a mix of mixed in-room and online students.
To share content from your personal laptop device, join the same session as the in-room computer to share your screen to the online meeting space. Do not join the audio from your secondary device, as this will result in echoes and feedback.
Always remember to log out of your Zoom, Teams/OneDrive, and/or Canvas accounts on the classroom computer before leaving the room at the end of class.
Only the classroom computer should join audio in a Zoom or Teams meeting. Students in the room and additional personal devices should not join audio for the entire class session. Multiple devices sharing/receiving audio in the same room will result in echoes and feedback.
- Students in the room can join the Zoom session or a Breakout Room on own computer to share their content using the share screen feature.
- Students can be heard by the sound system in the room.
Students should not join audio on their personal devices in the room, as this will result in echoes and feedback. If on-campus students need to join audio to work with online students in Zoom, they may prefer to move to an outdoor location and use a microphone/headphone headset to hear and be heard properly.
If any attendee needs the volume louder on an individual basis, have them utilize headphones, and keep the microphone selection on their personal device muted, but do not allow them to join the audio until the headphones are connected to the computer. As a best practice, use the Zoom setting to mute all participants upon entrance to the meeting.