With the likelihood of more of us slowly making our way back onto campus you may want to join a Zoom meeting from a video conference enabled Deakin room.
Here’s a Deakin Help Desk article:
Tip: Look for the SIP address in your Zoom meeting invitation (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) and the meeting passcode if there is one (e.g. 123789)
If you prefer watching video demos, here are a couple of quick ‘how to videos’ I recorded last year in a couple of Deakin rooms at the Geelong Clinical School.
Apologies for the fast panning of the camera at times 😉
- Connecting a room with AMX Controller to a Zoom meeting
- Connecting a room with Cisco Touch 10 Controller to a Zoom meeting
For a list of rooms that can be connected to a Zoom meeting:
- Go to: https://apps.deakin.edu.au/av-inventory/
- Select your campus
- Select ‘Video Conferencing’ or ‘Zoom Ready’
- Click ‘Search’
(See attached screenshot)
Finally, I’d recommend you do a test if possible, to ensure the room behaves the way you expect it to, so you’re not ‘surprised’ on the day.
This article was originally posted by Peter Bright on Demystifying Digital CoP.