HyFlex room controls

Control panel

The HyFlex control panel is like a remote control for the room. Using the touchscreen buttons, you can control the projector, volume, camera, and rear tv (where applicable). Select from the preset camera views or manually adjust the camera using pan, tilt, and zoom. If you have a specific view that you will be using frequently throughout class, set a custom preset to return to it more easily. The room also has a document camera that can be used to share content with the class.

The control panel is typically located on the instructor station desk. 

Here is a close-up of a sample control panel with the camera presets displayed

Click on a control panel item below to learn more about the options.

 

Frequently asked questions


Training and Support

A variety of resources are available to provide guidance, training, and support for our HyFlex classrooms:

  • For urgent HyFlex classroom support, contact ATS, our classroom support team, at 614-287-4357(HELP) to reach a technician. 
  • For non-urgent IT requests, reach out to the IT Support Center at 614-287-5050 or check out cscc.edu/ithelp for more information.
  • To access our online resources for HyFlex, review the following articles:HyFlex classrooms help
  • To ask questions or schedule HyFlex training, reach out to Michelle Guendelsberger in IT and Jason LaMar in DEIS for more information.
  • For additional help with Zoom, Blackboard, and other tools used by Faculty, sign up for an individualized, one-on-one live virtual session by going to the DEIS Bookings page here. Or check out on-demand instructional videos and tutorial documents on the DEIS Beyond Classrooms website.
  • For additional training on Teams or other video conferencing tools, email it-training@cscc.edu for more information or review our resources here:Video conferencing tools
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