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Linking With Lync. Making connections. The Two Lync Connections. Chat/Call Informal Be polite and ask your connection if they are free to chat Can initiate chat with a whole group Presentations/Training For formal presentations or training Participants can be Presenters or Attendees

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Linking with lync

Linking With Lync

Making connections


The two lync connections
The Two Lync Connections

  • Chat/Call

    • Informal

    • Be polite and ask your connection if they are free to chat

    • Can initiate chat with a whole group

  • Presentations/Training

    • For formal presentations or training

    • Participants can be Presenters or Attendees

    • Guests are those who do not have Lync installed

https://meet.lync.com/coemailmurraystate-coemail/poakley/FTDQN7YZ


Using lync
Using Lync

  • Become familiar with the Lync interface

    • Creating an invitation to a meeting (via Outlook)

    • Muting microphone

    • Sharing video (only when necessary)

    • Sharing

      • Desktop

      • Whiteboard

      • Polls


Before you present
Before You Present

  • Do a test connection before your presentation

  • Have a colleague connect with you and practice your presentation, including:

    • showing any whiteboards,

    • presentations,

    • polls, or

    • sharing your desktop


As a presenter
As a Presenter

  • Create your link to your Link presentation in Outlook calendar (can do this with the Outlook Web App 2013 or desktop client)

  • Send the link to participants

  • If working with someone else as co-presenters, test your audio and create polls before others connect

Join Lync Meetinghttps://meet.lync.com/coemailmurraystate-coemail/poakley/FTDQN7YZ


Using polls
Using Polls

  • If you want to create polls before you start, connect early

    • Create and name them for easy access

    • Will disappear if you leave the connection

    • Know how to share them and show results


As a participant
As a Participant

  • To access training, click on the link you received

  • Once you are admitted, be sure your microphone is muted in Lync

  • Do not start your video unless you are asked to do so by the presenter

  • Ask questions in the chat window


Using the microphone
Using the Microphone

  • If you are asked by the presenter to speak, unmute your microphone, but remember to mute it when you are finished

  • Be sure you are in a quiet space if you are going to be talking

    • Background noises are distracting to other participants


Using lync in the classroom
Using Lync in the Classroom

  • Foreign language classes

  • Comparing geographical regions of Kentucky

  • City life vs. country life (i.e., City Mouse & Country Mouse)

  • Comparing weather through the year

  • Authoring books together (My Trip to ____________)

  • Comparing Civil War battles in different areas


Last bit of advice
Last bit of advice

  • Be respectful of other participants!

  • If you need someone to test your connection with, give you help with Lync, or just answer a question, I’m usually available at: [email protected]


Presentation by
Presentation by:

  • Patti Oakley, Instructional Technology Specialist

  • Kentucky Academy of Technology Education

    • Murray State University

  • Lync Contact: [email protected]

  • Feel free to contact me if you need help with not only Lync, but other technology issues in the classroom

  • Lync to this presentation: http://sdrv.ms/16qhlYF


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