Here are some tips to make sure everyone has the best possible online student experience.
MANAGE YOUR OWN VIEW
Your teacher has two screens, the first one is the screen of his computer and the second one is a camera showing himself in the classroom.
In the example below, his screen is showing a PowerPoint and the camera is showing the whiteboard inside the classroom. Here the PowerPoint is displayed full screen, but if you would like to display the whiteboard instead, simply click on it.
RAISE YOUR HAND
During your course or meeting, you can Raise your hand to notify that you would like to ask a question or intervene. It will show a yellow hand next to your name.
Don't forget to Lower your hand when you finished asking your question.
USE THE CHAT
You can also intervene by writing something in the chat. Teachers regularly take time to check the chat for questions during their lesson.
MUTE YOUR MIC
Once the course starts, we strongly advise you to mute your mike to ensure the best audio experience for all. If you let your microphone turned on, it can generate echo or be noisy for your classmates.