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Below you will find an example routine for teaching within Hinds Hall in a 'Hybrid' (split in person and online) manner. There are a number of links to additional resources and considerations throughout.

Start of Class

  • Clean the Teaching Station
  • Coordinate any PPE or cleaning supplies for students to use as they get situated.
  • Be cognizant of your Room Occupancies with Social Distancing Requirements in Place.
  • Ensure the PC is powered on.
  • Start the AV Technology in the room. (Instructions for each room in Hinds Hall can be found under iSchool Spaces. Outside of Hinds Hall please reference this Classroom Resource Guide.)
  • Log In to the computer with your NETID and Password.
  • Sync your Headset (Instructions are on your room page under iSchool Spaces or can be found here.)
  • Setup the online component of your Hybrid lecture. 
    • Upload any files you intend on disseminating in person  
    • Test your mic/audio for the online call and ensure no/minimal feedback
    • Screen share your primary desktop
    • Move the Teams/Collaborate/Zoom to the secondary desktop --full screen

During Class

End of  Class

  • Clean faculty equipment and give out PPE to students in need
  • Launch Remote Connection - Teams/Collaborate/Zoom
    • Upload any files you intend on disseminating in person  
    • Test your mic/audio for the online call and ensure no/minimal feedback
    • Screen share your primary desktop
    • Move the Teams/Collaborate/Zoom to the secondary desktop --full screen
    • What about cameras
  • Present/Demo/Share on the primary screen as you would normally.
    • Keeping an eye on both the room and the chat/meeting
    • Ensure any video content you play is linked to for remote viewers to watch locally
    • Split your question/support time between in person and remote questions
  • Have clear instructions on the role of the TA
    • Are they there to inform you when a remote student has a question? Or, do you want them to try to answer it?
    • Does the TA support any students in the room, or are they only on the call and focused on managing the online portion of the class?
    • For actual SQL support have students share screen with TA for coding problems (in-person this can be done with Zoom or the product we use to monitor exams).
  • Launch software used in class
    • MS SQL Server
    • PowerPoint
    • Begin by taking attendance for those online and in-person (required for tracing purposes)
  • At end of class
    • Shut down tech
    • Clean up equipment
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