Nelson Hall Digital Classrooms
Digital course delivery allows for asynchronous content in the form of pre-recorded videos or classroom captured Mediasite lectures. Students may choose to complete the course entirely remotely without ever coming to campus. Students can also come to class for additional content.
The following Nelson Hall classrooms are considered digital: 1150, 2210, 2402, 2405, 3210.
What is a digital classroom?
This is a high-tech classroom. For your face-to-face class, you can use a whiteboard and/or you can present material via the projector using the teaching computer, laptop computer, doc cam or use the Kramer device to project from a wireless device such as an iPad.
Mediasite Classroom Capture
If you opt into Medisite classroom capture, it will record you standing at the front of the room and record anything sent to the projector. It will capture audio from you and your students. It will NOT capture your whiteboard.
If you wish to use Zoom, you must start the meeting from the lectern computer. You need to share any presentation material through the Zoom meeting, and students in your face-to-face class will see all of the Zoom controls. The Zoom audio and instructor video will capture the microphone from the teaching computer.
Digital Classroom Virtual Tour
Additional Training Resources:
Technical Specifications of Digital Classrooms
|Presents to in-classroom students||Works in recording |
|Works with synchronous
web conferencing (Zoom)
|Microphones to amplify instructor voice in the classroom||Yes||No||No|
|Microphone to record instructor voice||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Microphones to record student voices||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Speakers play sounds to classroom||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Laptop Computer connection||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Classroom doc camera||Yes||Yes||No|
|Portable doc camera||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Classroom video camera captures instructor||N/A||Yes||Yes|
|Classroom video camera captures students||N/A||No||No|
|Can faculty connect laptop to the projector?||Yes|
|Can faculty connect other devices (e.g., iPad) to the projector?||Yes|
360° Classroom View
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