Yes, the labs will be equipped with the same technology as the classrooms.
You can set the view to include both or one; It is customizable.
Yes, you can save your whiteboard sessions in Zoom. https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/115004797286-Using-the-whiteboard-in-Zoom-Rooms-for-Touch#h_e54b04b5-803a-4225-8601-9a9162d5ec05
If there are in-ceiling microphones, the Extron panel will allow you to control, and mute the microphones.
Yes, there is a screen that the in-class students will be able to see.
Thumb drives can no longer be used at the podium. Ideally, files should be stored on OneDrive or Sharkmedia for large video files. Canvas can also be used to store files.
Mics are being installed in the classrooms.
When you share, it will automatically show your content. The cameras control if the presenter or the students will be shown.
You are able to share applications as well within Zoom. A recommendation is to test it out first to make sure it works properly.
Yes, audio and/or video can be enabled. As the host, you have control to mute/unmute them.
Once OIIT has completed the installations, there will be opportunities to practice in the classroom. We also will have a practice room in DeSantis available.
OIIT will provide information on how this will be handled. As another solution, the LEC will be collaborating with the College of Undergraduate Studies in training undergraduate students called Room Sharks to assist in the different buildings.
Faculty may not bring their own mics. Some colleges are looking into purchasing microphone heads for each faculty member that gets attached to the base and can be wiped down.
The attendance piece will be up to the college. Faculty will need to discuss this with their chairs/colleges.