Hybrid Room Options: Comparison Chart

Hybrid options

If you are hosting a meeting, class, or event with remote and in-person attendees, you may want to use a hybrid room. There are three hybrid options on campus that can be requested. Below is a chart containing a short overview of each type of space, along with a comparison of features and limitations.

If none of these rooms are available and a hybrid meeting is vital, you can request other audio-visual equipment (microphone, camera, etc.) from IT. This equipment is subject to availability. Contact the IT Support Center at 614-287-5050 or helpdesk@cscc.edu for more information.

***IMPORTANT NOTE***: There are a limited number of hybrid options available on campus. All of the listed rooms are subject to availability and should be requested as far in advance as possible. 

Room type - comparison chart

  Hyflex classroom Hybrid conference room Conference & Event Services  
Purpose Classroom with upgraded equipment designed for faculty to effectively teach classes to remote and in-person attendees at the same time Conference room with upgraded equipment designed for successful hybrid meetings with a small group of in-person participants Conference & Event Services (CES) provides professional meeting facilities for programs, business seminars and conferences for both the College and the local community.
Room Capacity 14- 43 (depending on room) 6-10 (depending on room) 1-400 (depending on room)
  • instructor station PC with dual monitors
  • array microphone in ceiling
  • high-definition wall camera with pan, tilt and zoom
  • remote participants can be heard through room speakers
  • micro-PC with large display on wall
  • soundbar with speakerphone and camera built-in
  • remote participants can be heard through soundbar
  • CES operates the Conference Center on the 4th floor of the WD building and the Event Center in Mitchell Hall.
  • CES offers custom meeting and event solutions based on meeting requirements.
Best time to use it Best for classes, trainings, or presentations that have a focus on instructor/presenter Best for department or small group meetings Best for college-wide conferences requiring multiple rooms and event space

Features and Limitations

If you need more information to help you decide which type of room to use, here are comparison charts.
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