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ASU Sync Classrooms

Below is a list of the ASU Sync Classrooms across the Downtown and Tempe Campuses. These classrooms will host immersion and hybrid classes for the 2021 Spring semester. Here you will find documentation on the technology available in these classrooms as well as how to operate. Classrooms are given an ASU Sync Rating of A, B, or C based on the technology available in that classroom. For a video demonstration and further details on the technology in each classroom, please locate the room information below the table. 

 

ClassroomASU Sync RatingTechnology Available
ABC1 230BComputer: Dell Mini
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): One camera facing away from projector screen (faces north towards room entrance)
Audio: Table microphones for coverage
Control Equipment: Control panel on conference room table (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: If laptop is hooked up, lose video and audio capabilities of the room
COOR 2201CComputer: Dell
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment: Control panel on wall (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes
COOR 2247BComputer: Dell
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): Huddle Camera
Audio: Lavalier
Control Equipment: Wall Panel
NotesIf laptop is hooked up, lose video and audio capabilities of the room
COOR 2255CComputer: Dell
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment: Desktop Control Panel
Notes
COOR 3501CComputer: Dell
Display: Mounted Televisions
Camera(s): Logitech Camera above mounted TVs
Audio: Logitec Audio Device
Control Equipment: Remote.
Notes: Right display is hooked up to the computer. Left display does not work.
HLTHN 430CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s)NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment: Projector Remote, Control panel on wall (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: Includes Doc Cam but can only be shown on the screen in the classroom, cannot be connected to zoom.
HLTHN 440CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s)NONE
Audio:
Control Equipment: Projector Remote, Control panel on wall (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
NotesIncludes Doc Cam but can only be shown on the screen in the classroom, cannot be connected to zoom.
HLTHS 104CComputer: NONE 
Display: NONE
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment: NONE
Notes: Must bring your own laptop to launch zoom meeting and use iPad to show lesson
HLTHS 442AComputer: Dell Mini
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): Instructor Facing, Classroom Facing
Audio: Podium-mounted microphone, portable microphone
Control Equipment: Touch Control panel on wall (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: Please do not touch anything in the credenza 
SDFCD 203CComputer: NONE
Display: TV monitor
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment:
Notes: Must bring your own laptop
SDFCD 205CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment: Projector Remote, Control panel on wall (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes
SDFCD 212CComputer: NONE
Display: TV monitor
Camera(s)NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment:
Notes: Must bring your own laptop
SDFCD 215CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s)NONE
Audio: NONE
Control EquipmentControl panel on wall (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
NotesIncludes Doc Cam but can only be shown on the screen in the classroom, cannot be connected to zoom.
SDFCD 217CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s)NONE
Audio: NONE
Control Equipment: Projector Remote, Control panel on wall (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
NotesIncludes Doc Cam but can only be shown on the screen in the classroom, cannot be connected to zoom.
MERC C350CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screens
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: Handheld and Lavalier Microphones
Control Equipment: Control panel on Desk (turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: If laptop is hooked up, audio will run through laptop, desk equipment
MERC A225CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: Handheld and Lavalier Microphones, Ceiling Mounted Speakers
Control Equipment: Control panel(turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: NONE
MERC C240CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: Ceiling Mounted Microphone and Speakers
Control Equipment: Control panel(turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: Document Camera not functional
CRONK 125AComputer: iMac
Display: Projectors/Screens
Camera(s): Two Instructor Cameras
Audio: In Ceiling Microphones and Speakers
Control Equipment: Control panel(turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: NONE
CRONK 122AComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): Two Instructor Cameras
Audio: Lavalier microphone and Ceiling Microphone
Control Equipment: Control panel(turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: NONE
AZCNTR 325CComputer: iMac
Display: Projector/Screen
Camera(s): NONE
Audio: Lavalier microphone and Handheld Microphone, Ceiling Mounted Speakers
Control Equipment: Control panel(turn on/off projector, lowers/raises screen, and select input)
Notes: NONE

 

ABC1 230

 

COOR 2201

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on by selecting the "On" button on the Control Panel. This connects to the computer at the workstation automatically.

- The projector screen will automatically lower when the projector is powered on.

- The projector can be turned off with the "Off" button on the desktop control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen. 

 

Dell: 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Alt + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Windows key or click the Start button and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the Dell AFTER it has joined the session. 

 

Wall Panel: 

- Use the Wall control panel to turn the projector on or off which automatically lowers the projector screen as well as mute the audio. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • On - Select this to turn the projector on and automatically lower the screen
  • Off - Select this to turn the projector off and automatically raise the screen 
  • Mute - Select this to mute the audio 
  • Volume Knob - the volume knob does not work at this time. 

 

COOR 2247

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select the "Power On" button on the wall panel. 

- The projector screen will automatically raise and lower when the "Power On" and "Power Off" buttons are selected. 

- Select the input that you would like to have projected. (See below for input options)

 

Dell: 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Alt + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Windows key or clicking Start and type "Zoom" followed by hitting Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- Select "Join with Computer Audio" when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started. 

- This room contains a Lavalier microphone that you can use for your audio. Locate this microphone within the lectern. Turn it on and put on the headset to allow the instructor to be mobile while still using the microphone.

- To start the video, click on the Video icon in the bottom left corner of the Zoom window. You may need adjust the direction the Huddle Cam is facing which can be done by Launching the Huddle Cam HD application on the computer. This brings up a controller on the computer that you can use to change the direction of the camera by selecting the arrows on the controller. You can minimize the Huddle Cam HD application after the camera is set. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

Huddle Camera:

- Once Zoom is launched you may need to adjust the direction the wall-mounted Huddle Camera is facing. 

- In order to adjust the Huddle camera launch the Huddle Cam HD program on the computer.  This brings up a controller on the computer that you can use to change the direction of the camera by selecting the arrows on the controller. 

- You can minimize the Huddle Cam HD application after the camera is set to your liking. 

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • Power On / Power Off 
  • PC - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the Dell on the lectern. 
  • HDMI - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the open HDMI cable on the lectern.
  • VGA - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to this input on the lectern. 
  • WiFi Share - Please disregard this button as it is not necessary for ASU Sync.
  • Audio Mute - Select this button to mute the audio being projected.  
  • Volume Knob - Use this knob to adjust the volume if audio is being projected. 

 

 

COOR 2255

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on by selecting the "Projector On/Off" button on the Control Panel and ensure that "Computer 1" is selected for the input. 

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected. 

- The projector can be turned off with the "Projector On/Off" button on the desktop control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen. 

 

Dell (Computer 1): 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Alt + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Dell (Computer 2):

- This is a firewalled computer that will not be ASU Sync compatible. 

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Windows key or click the Start button and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the Dell AFTER it has joined the session. 

 

Desktop Control Panel: 

- Use the Desktop control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, mute the audio in the room, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • Projector On/Off - Select this to turn the projector on and off which automatically raises and lowers the screen. 
  • TV On/Off - Select this to power the mounted TV off and on. (Not needed for ASU Sync)
  • Computer 1 - This will select the Dell computer that will be used for ASU Sync courses
  • Computer 2 -  This is a firewalled computer that is not ASU Sync compatible. 
  • Audio Mute -  Select this to mute audio being projected to the room. 
  • Volume Knob - Use this knob to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom. 

 

 

COOR 3501

 

Mounted TV Display:

- Use the remote on the workstation to turn on the TV. Point the remote at the TV on the right side and power on with the green button.

- This display is already connected to the computer. Use the front keyboard and front mouse (closest to the edge of the desk, NOT the keyboard and mouse closest to the monitor.) to wake the computer from sleep.

 

Dell: 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Alt + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

- Use the FRONT keyboard and FRONT mouse for the computer in the room. (The keyboard and mouse closest to the edge of the desk. NOT the keyboard and mouse closest to the monitor.)

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Windows key or clicking Start and type "Zoom" followed by hitting Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- Select "Join with Computer Audio" when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started. 

- The audio should be picked up by the microphone attached to the audio device in the room and should require no management from you.

- The video should automatically use the camera mounted above the television. The camera cannot be moved and there should be no management required.  

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

Mounted Camera:

- The camera is mounted above the TVs that are mounted on the wall. 

- The camera should automatically be connected to the computer and functioning properly, there should be no management needed. 

- The camera cannot be moved. 

  

HLTHN 430

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the the wall control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP, DOC CAM).

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "UP" and "DOWN" buttons on the wall control panel

- The projector can be turned off with the "OFF" button on the wall control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen. 

 

iMac: 

- By default the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back left side of the computer. 

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon start up of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in. 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the iMac AFTER the iPad has joined the zoom session. 

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • COMPUTER - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • LAPTOP-DIG - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the DIG input. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP-VGA - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to the VGA input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • DOC CAM - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the Document Camera located on the presenter's desk. This is not connected to the computer and is a separate input. This will turn on the Doc Cam as well as the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. This will not work with Zoom and will only work in-class.
  • VOL MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the volume for the audio being projected.
  • BLANK - Select this button to mute the video that is being projected. 
  • UP - Select this button to raise the screen
  • DOWN - Select this button to lower the screen.
  • STOP - Select this button to stop the screen from raising or lowering any further.
  • +/- - Use these buttons to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom. 
  • OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 

 

HLTHN 440

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the the wall control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP, DOC CAM).

- The projector can be turned off with the "OFF" button on the wall control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen. 

 

iMac: 

- By default the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back left side of the computer. 

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon start up of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in. 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the iMac AFTER the iPad has joined the zoom session. 

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • COMPUTER - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • LAPTOP-DIG - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the DIG input. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP-VGA - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to the VGA input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • DOC CAM - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the Document Camera located on the presenter's desk. This is not connected to the computer and is a separate input. This will turn on the Doc Cam as well as the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. This will not work with Zoom and will only work in-class.
  • VOL MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the volume for the audio being projected.
  • BLANK - Select this button to mute the video that is being projected. 
  • STOP - Select thig button to stop the screen from raising or lowering any further.
  • +/- - Use these buttons to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom. 
  • OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 

 

 

HLTHS 104

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the the wall control panel. (PC, HDMI, LAPTOP, DOC CAM).

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "Screen Up" and "Screen Down" buttons on the wall control panel

- The projector can be turned off with the "PROJ OFF" button on the wall control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen. 

 

iMac: 

- By default the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back left side of the computer. 

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon start up of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in. 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the iMac AFTER it has joined the session. 

  

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Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select the "Use the System" button on the wall panel. If the wall panel is black then tap anywhere to wake. 

- The projector screen will automatically raise and lower when the "Power On" and "Power Off" buttons are selected. 

- Select the input that you would like to have projected. (See below for input options)

 

Dell: 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Alt + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Windows key or clicking Start and type "Zoom" followed by hitting Enter. You may use the Zoom icon on the desktop as well.

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- Select "Join with Computer Audio" when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started. 

- If the handheld microphone is turned on and connected it will be picked up by the Zoom session for in person and online attendees to hear. 

- To start the video, click on the Video icon in Zoom window.

- The default camera in the room is the second "HuddleCamHD" which is the audience facing camera. To adjust the position of this camera make sure the "Audience" camera is selected on the wall panel and then use the Camera Control arrows to adjust (Preset 1 will face the white board). If you want to switch the camera used in Zoom to this to the presenter camera, you will select the arrow next to the "Stop Video" button in the Zoom window and select the first "HuddleCamHD". If you want to adjust the position of the Presenter camera, make sure the "Presenter" camera is selected on the control panel and then use the Camera Control arrows to adjust. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

Microphones:

- Handheld microphone can be switched on with the switch on the front of the microphone. This takes 15-30 seconds to sync with the room. We recommend using this if you will be moving around. 

- There is a microphone on the podium that can be used if you do not need to move away from the podium during your session. 

- If the handheld microphone is turned on and connected it will be picked up by the Zoom session for in person and online attendees to hear. 

 

Cameras:

- There is a Presenter camera in the back of the room facing the presenter. There is one preset for this camera (Preset 1). 

- There is an Audience camera in the front of the room facing the classroom. 

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- If the control panel is blank you can touch anywhere to wake it up. Then select "Use the System" to bring up the controls.

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video, adjust the camera position and zoom level, and adjust the microphone level and audio levels. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • Projector - Use this button to ensure the projector is turned on
  • Screen - Use these arrows to raise and lower the screen
  • Video Mute - This button will mute the video being projected by going black when enabled. 
  • Computer - Select this to set the projector input to the computer at the lectern.
  • Lectern Input - Select this to set the projector input to a personal machine connected to the input on the at the lectern.
  • Mersive - Select this to set the projector input to the Mersive device in the room..
  • Rack HDMI - Select this to set the projector input to a personal machine connected to the HDMI input in the rack.
  • Rack VGA - Select this to set the projector input a personal machine connected to the VGA input in the rack..
  • Control Camera - Use these arrows to adjust the position of the selected camera. 
  • Zoom - Use these arrows to zoom the selected camera in or out. 
  • Presenter - Select this to be able to adjust the position and zoom of the camera facing the Presenter. 
  • Audience - Select this to be able to adjust the position and Zoom of the camera facing the audience. 
  • Presets - Use these to automatically adjust the selected camera to a present position. Preset 1 is set for both cameras (directed towards the white board for the Audience camera and directed towards the podium/screen for the Presenter camera)
  • Volume - Use these arrows to raise and lower the volume being played or use the Mute button to mute the audio. 
  • Microphone - Use these arrows to raise and lower the audio from the microphone or use the Mute button to mute the microphone. 
  • System Off - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen at the end of the session. 

 

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Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the the wall control panel. (PC, HDMI, LAPTOP, DOC CAM).

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "Screen Up" and "Screen Down" buttons on the wall control panel

- The projector can be turned off with the "PROJ OFF" button on the wall control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen. 

 

iMac: 

- By default the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back left side of the computer. 

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon start up of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in. 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the iMac AFTER the iPad has joined the zoom session. 

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • PC - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • HDMI - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the open HDMI cable on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to this input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • DOC CAM - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the Document Camera located on the presenter's desk. This is not connected to the computer and is a separate input. This will turn on the Doc Cam as well as the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • VIDEO MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the video that is being projected by showing only a black screen when selected. 
  • PROJ OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 
  • Screen Up - Select this button to raise the screen
  • Screen Down - Select this button to lower the screen.
  • Volume Knob - Use this knob to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom. 

Document Camera:

- The document camera is not connected to the computer in the room and therefore cannot be used within the zoom session. The document camera can only be used locally within the classroom and projected onto the projector screen for in person students to view. 

 

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[Technology Specifics]

 

SDFCD 217

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the the wall control panel. (Computer, HDMI, LAPTOP, DOC CAM).

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "Screen Up" and "Screen Down" buttons on the wall control panel

- The projector can be turned off with the "PROJ OFF" button on the wall control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen. 

 

iMac: 

- By default the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back left side of the computer. 

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon start up of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in. 

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter. 

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the iMac AFTER the iPad has joined the zoom session. 

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • PC - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • HDMI - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the open HDMI cable on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to this input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • DOC CAM - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the Document Camera located on the presenter's desk. This is not connected to the computer and is a separate input. This will turn on the Doc Cam as well as the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • VIDEO MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the video that is being projected by showing only a black screen when selected. 
  • PROJ OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 
  • Screen Up - Select this button to raise the screen
  • Screen Down - Select this button to lower the screen.
  • Volume Knob - Use this knob to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom. 

 

Document Camera:

- The document camera is not connected to the computer in the room and therefore cannot be used within the zoom session. The document camera can only be used locally within the classroom and projected onto the projector screen for in person students to view. 

 

MERC C350

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the desk control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP)

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "UP" and "DOWN" buttons on the desk control panel.

- The projector can be turned off with the "OFF" button on the desk control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen.  

 

Microphones:

-The handheld and Lavalier microphones are located in the desk drawer.

- Handheld microphone can be switched on with the switch on the front of the microphone. This takes 15-30 seconds to sync with the room. We recommend using this if you will be moving around.

- There is a lavalier microphone that can be clipped to your shirt and the battery pack can be carried around or placed in your pocket. Switch this on with the switch at the top of the battery pack and allow for it to sync.

- If the handheld or lavalier microphone is turned on and connected it will be picked up by the Zoom session for in person and online attendees to hear.

- This microphone audio will be played over the speakers in the room as well.

iMac: 

- - By default, the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back-left side of the computer.

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon startup of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in.

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter.  

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

NOTE: If you choose to plug your laptop in to the workstation, the audio will be tied to your laptop zoom settings.

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the Dell AFTER it has joined the session. 

- You may need to move the iPad stand around if you plan on using white boards to ensure online attendees can see.  

 

Desk Control Panell: 

- Use the desk control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • COMPUTER - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP-DIG Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the DIG input. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • LAPTOP-VGA - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to the VGA input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • DOC CAM – This is not connected for this room and will not be an option to use.  
  • VOL MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the volume for the audio being projected. 
  • BLANK - Select this button to mute the video that is being projected. 
  • UP - Select this button to raise the screen 
  • DOWN - Select this button to lower the screen. 
  • +/- - Use these buttons to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom.  
  • OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 

MERC A225

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the desk control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP)

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "UP" and "DOWN" buttons on the desk control panel.

- The projector can be turned off with the "OFF" button on the desk control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen.  

 

Microphones:

-The handheld and Lavalier microphones are located in the desk drawer.

- Handheld microphone can be switched on with the switch on the front of the microphone. This takes 15-30 seconds to sync with the room. We recommend using this if you will be moving around.

- There is a lavalier microphone that can be clipped to your shirt and the battery pack can be carried around or placed in your pocket. Switch this on with the switch at the top of the battery pack and allow for it to sync.

- If the handheld or lavalier microphone is turned on and connected it will be picked up by the Zoom session for in person and online attendees to hear.

- This microphone audio will be played over the speakers in the room as well.

iMac: 

- - By default, the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back-left side of the computer.

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon startup of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in.

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter.  

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

NOTE: If you choose to plug your laptop in to the workstation, the audio will be tied to your laptop zoom settings.

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the Dell AFTER it has joined the session. 

- You may need to move the iPad stand around if you plan on using white boards to ensure online attendees can see.  

 

Desk Control Panell: 

- Use the desk control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • PC - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP-DIG Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the DIG input. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • LAPTOP-VGA - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to the VGA input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • DOC CAM – This is not connected for this room and will not be an option to use.  
  • VOL MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the volume for the audio being projected. 
  • BLANK - Select this button to mute the video that is being projected. 
  • UP - Select this button to raise the screen 
  • DOWN - Select this button to lower the screen. 
  • +/- - Use these buttons to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom.  
  • OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 

 

MERC C240

 

Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the desk control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP)

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "UP" and "DOWN" buttons on the desk control panel.

- The projector can be turned off with the "OFF" button on the desk control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen.  

 

Microphones:

-The handheld and Lavalier microphones are located in the desk drawer.

- Handheld microphone can be switched on with the switch on the front of the microphone. This takes 15-30 seconds to sync with the room. We recommend using this if you will be moving around.

- There is a lavalier microphone that can be clipped to your shirt and the battery pack can be carried around or placed in your pocket. Switch this on with the switch at the top of the battery pack and allow for it to sync.

- If the handheld or lavalier microphone is turned on and connected it will be picked up by the Zoom session for in person and online attendees to hear.

- This microphone audio will be played over the speakers in the room as well.

iMac: 

- - By default, the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back-left side of the computer.

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon startup of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in.

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter.  

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

NOTE: If you choose to plug your laptop in to the workstation, the audio will be tied to your laptop zoom settings.

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the Dell AFTER it has joined the session. 

- You may need to move the iPad stand around if you plan on using white boards to ensure online attendees can see.  

 

Desk Control Panell: 

- Use the desk control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • COMPUTER - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP-DIG Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the DIG input. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • LAPTOP-VGA - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to the VGA input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • DOC CAM – This is not connected for this room and will not be an option to use.  
  • VOL MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the volume for the audio being projected. 
  • BLANK - Select this button to mute the video that is being projected. 
  • UP - Select this button to raise the screen 
  • DOWN - Select this button to lower the screen. 
  • +/- - Use these buttons to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom.  
  • OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 

 

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Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP)

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "UP" and "DOWN" buttons on the desk control panel.

- The projector can be turned off with the "System Off" button on the control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen.  

 

iMac: 

- By default, the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back-left side of the computer.

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon startup of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in.

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

Zoom Workstation PC 

- This room has its own designated zoom workstation.

-You will launch Zoom through this PC, not the instructor Mac workstation.

-Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter.

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue.

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button.

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then within Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share.

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well.

*NOTE: If you choose to plug your laptop in to the workstation, the audio will be tied to your laptop zoom settings. **

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter.  

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

NOTE: If you choose to plug your laptop in to the workstation, the audio will be tied to your laptop zoom settings.

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- If the control panel is blank you can touch anywhere to wake it up. Then select "Use the System" to bring up the controls.

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video, adjust the camera position and zoom level, and adjust the microphone level and audio levels. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • Projector - Use this button to ensure the projector is turned on
  • Screen - Use these arrows to raise and lower the screen
  • Video Mute - This button will mute the video being projected by going black when enabled. 
  • Computer - Select this to set the projector input to the computer at the lectern.
  • Lectern Input - Select this to set the projector input to a personal machine connected to the input on the at the lectern.
  • Mersive - Select this to set the projector input to the Mersive device in the room..
  • Rack HDMI - Select this to set the projector input to a personal machine connected to the HDMI input in the rack.
  • Rack VGA - Select this to set the projector input a personal machine connected to the VGA input in the rack..
  • Control Camera - Use these arrows to adjust the position of the selected camera. 
  • Zoom - Use these arrows to zoom the selected camera in or out. 
  • Presenter - Select this to be able to adjust the position and zoom of the camera facing the Presenter. 
  • Audience - Select this to be able to adjust the position and Zoom of the camera facing the audience. 
  • Presets - Use these to automatically adjust the selected camera to a present position. Preset 1 is set for both cameras (directed towards the white board for the Audience camera and directed towards the podium/screen for the Presenter camera)
  • Volume - Use these arrows to raise and lower the volume being played or use the Mute button to mute the audio. 
  • Microphone - Use these arrows to raise and lower the audio from the microphone or use the Mute button to mute the microphone. 
  • System Off - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen at the end of the session. 

 

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Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP)

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "UP" and "DOWN" buttons on the desk control panel.

- The projector can be turned off with the "System Off" button on the control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen.  

 

Microphones:

-The Lavalier microphones is located in the desk drawer.

- The lavalier microphone that can be clipped to your shirt and the battery pack can be carried around or placed in your pocket. Switch this on with the switch at the top of the battery pack and allow for it to sync.

- If the lavalier microphone is turned on and connected it will be picked up by the Zoom session for in person and online attendees to hear.

- This microphone audio will be played over the speakers in the room as well.

iMac: 

- By default, the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back-left side of the computer.

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon startup of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in.

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter.  

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

NOTE: If you choose to plug your laptop in to the workstation, the audio will be tied to your laptop zoom settings.

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- If the control panel is blank you can touch anywhere to wake it up. Then select "Use the System" to bring up the controls.

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video, adjust the camera position and zoom level, and adjust the microphone level and audio levels. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • Projector - Use this button to ensure the projector is turned on
  • Screen - Use these arrows to raise and lower the screen
  • Video Mute - This button will mute the video being projected by going black when enabled. 
  • Computer - Select this to set the projector input to the computer at the lectern.
  • Lectern Input - Select this to set the projector input to a personal machine connected to the input on the at the lectern.
  • Mersive - Select this to set the projector input to the Mersive device in the room..
  • Rack HDMI - Select this to set the projector input to a personal machine connected to the HDMI input in the rack.
  • Rack VGA - Select this to set the projector input a personal machine connected to the VGA input in the rack..
  • Control Camera - Use these arrows to adjust the position of the selected camera. 
  • Zoom - Use these arrows to zoom the selected camera in or out. 
  • Presenter - Select this to be able to adjust the position and zoom of the camera facing the Presenter. 
  • Audience - Select this to be able to adjust the position and Zoom of the camera facing the audience. 
  • Presets - Use these to automatically adjust the selected camera to a present position. Preset 1 is set for both cameras (directed towards the white board for the Audience camera and directed towards the podium/screen for the Presenter camera)
  • Volume - Use these arrows to raise and lower the volume being played or use the Mute button to mute the audio. 
  • Microphone - Use these arrows to raise and lower the audio from the microphone or use the Mute button to mute the microphone. 
  • System Off - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen at the end of the session. 

 

 

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Projector/Screen:

- To turn the projector on, select an input on the desk control panel. (COMPUTER, HDMI, LAPTOP)

- The projector screen will automatically lower when an input is selected but can be raised and lowered manually with the "UP" and "DOWN" buttons on the desk control panel.

- The projector can be turned off with the "OFF" button on the desk control panel. This will automatically raise the projector screen.  

 

Microphones:

-The handheld and Lavalier microphones are located in the desk drawer.

- Handheld microphone can be switched on with the switch on the front of the microphone. This takes 15-30 seconds to sync with the room. We recommend using this if you will be moving around.

- There is a lavalier microphone that can be clipped to your shirt and the battery pack can be carried around or placed in your pocket. Switch this on with the switch at the top of the battery pack and allow for it to sync.

- If the handheld or lavalier microphone is turned on and connected it will be picked up by the Zoom session for in person and online attendees to hear.

- This microphone audio will be played over the speakers in the room as well.

iMac: 

- - By default, the iMac may be turned off. This can be turned on by pressing the power button located on the back-left side of the computer.

- You will have the choice between Mac OS and Windows upon startup of the computer. You may choose which operating system you are more comfortable with. If you choose Windows the computer will reboot before you are able to log in.

- To log on to the machine, select Ctrl + Option + Delete and enter in your ASURITE ID and Password.

 

Zoom:

- Once you are logged in to the computer you can launch Zoom by hitting the Command key and type "Zoom" and then hit Enter.  

- Once Zoom launches, select "Sign In" followed by "Sign in with SSO" and ensure that the Company Domain says "asu.zoom.us" and select Continue. 

- You will then be prompted to sign in to your ASURITE account in a browser window followed by DUO authentication. If you are presented with the Zoom terms of service screen you can choose the default and then select "Accept" followed by selecting the "Open Zoom Meetings" button. You may be asked if you mean to switch apps, select "Yes" if so. 

- Once you are logged in to Zoom you will click the arrow next to "New Meeting" followed by "Use my personal meeting ID". and then click the New Meeting button.  

- DO NOT select "Join with Computer Audio" as you will be using the iPad in the room for this so you can close the audio window when prompted. You now have your Zoom session started and will move on to the configuration of the iPad. You may get a warning that the recording may not include audio which can be ignored because the audio will be done through the iPad. 

- AFTER the iPad is set up you will need to make it a co-host. Select the "Participants" option on the bottom of the Zoom meeting. Locate the "iPad in Room" participant and select "More" followed by "Make a co-host". This will allow the iPad to help with management of the Zoom meeting. 

- If you have a presentation on the computer for the class to view you may want to share your screen with the Zoom meeting. This can be done by launching your presentation (ex. PowerPoint, Google Slides) and then withing Zoom select the "Share Button" followed by the Screen that you would like to share. 

- A participant can choose to "Pin Video" for the instructor's video if they wish to prevent the video from switching between participants. Instructors can select "Spotlight Video" to choose one video to remain the sole focus of the session as well. 

NOTE: If you choose to plug your laptop in to the workstation, the audio will be tied to your laptop zoom settings.

 

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps but they are laid out here for your reference*

- Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something similar to to "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable. 

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad. 

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the Dell AFTER it has joined the session. 

- You may need to move the iPad stand around if you plan on using white boards to ensure online attendees can see.  

 

Wall Control Panel: 

- Use the wall control panel to set the input for the projector and screen, raise and lower the projector screen, mute the video being projected, and control the volume for the audio in the room. The buttons on the control panel are as follows:

  • PC - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to the iMac on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected. 
  • HDMI - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a personal machine that is plugged in to the open HDMI cable on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • LAPTOP - Select this button to set the input on the projector/screen to a laptop that is plugged in to this input on the presenter's desk. This will also turn on the projector and lower the screen if it is the first button selected.
  • VIDEO MUTE - Select this button to "mute" the video that is being projected by showing only a black screen when selected. 
  • PROJ OFF - Select this button to turn off the projector and raise the screen. 
  • Screen Up - Select this button to raise the screen
  • Screen Down - Select this button to lower the screen.
  • Volume Knob - Use this knob to adjust the volume if audio is being projected to the classroom. 

 

Zoom iPad Setup

iPad:

*Your Technology Support Assistant will take care of these steps, but they are laid out here for your reference*

Launch the Zoom App on the iPad and select "Join a Meeting". DO NOT select "Sign in" or "Sign Up".

- Enter the personal meeting ID for the faculty in charge of the session. Rename the iPad to something like "iPad in Room" to be easily identifiable.

- Select "Call Over Internet" for the audio options once connected to the meeting. Then unmute the microphone by tapping the Microphone icon in the upper right corner of the iPad and start the video by tapping the Video icon in the upper right corner of the iPad. The camera will be front facing by default and can be flipped by tapping the camera flip button in the upper left of the iPad.

- The instructor will need to make the iPad a co-host within the Zoom session on the iMac AFTER the iPad has joined the zoom session.

- You may need to move the iPad stand around if you plan on using white boards to ensure online attendees can see.

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