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Recording or Meeting Online in Your Classroom 

Record or Meet Online In Your Classroom, image depicts an illustration of a classroom of students and a presentation screen.

Today, classes need to be nimble. Special speakers, students out sick, and traveling instructors all require times when a class needs to be recorded or have a live Zoom meeting in a classroom. Depending on your needs and location, you have several available options. 

Large Lecture Hall: Use the Presentation Recording System 

Available in some large lecture halls, you can use the Presentation Recording System as a 1-button recording system or request that OIT record every lecture for you automatically. Recordings can then be put into your Panopto folder. Learn more about the presentation recording system

The system is available in these lecture halls: 

  • Alumni Memorial Building 204A Cox Auditorium 
  • Art & Architecture 109 
  • Buehler 555 
  • Mossman 102 
  • Nielsen Physics 415 
  • Stokely Management Center G2 
  • Strong 101 
  • Strong B1 
  • Hodges Library Practice Presentation Room 220E 

Campus-Hosted Classroom: Use Cynap or Your Laptop 

Nearly every campus-hosted classroom has a Cynap available for meetings. Using Cynap will allow you to use the in-room camera and microphone system so that remote speakers can hear and see your audience. Alternatively, if you don’t need to use the in-room camera or mic, you can set up your laptop so remote speakers can talk to your class. 

You can use Zoom for meetings and recordings with either Cynap or your laptop or Panopto to record your lecture using the Cynap. What you choose is up to you! 

OIT is here for you! 

Need to learn how to have a meeting or record your lecture? Contact us for a one-on-one consultation!

Don’t forget that two weeks before the fall semester, we’ll be doing sign-up consultations. You can request a 45-minute consultation in your classroom at your convenience.