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Minding Your Manners With Lync

Linking With LyncMaking connections

The Two Lync ConnectionsChat/CallInformalBe polite and ask your connection if they are free to chatCan initiate chat with a whole groupPresentations/TrainingFor formal presentations or trainingParticipants can be Presenters or AttendeesGuests are those who do not have Lync installedhttps://meet.lync.com/coemailmurraystate-coemail/poakley/FTDQN7YZUsing LyncBecome familiar with the Lync interfaceCreating an invitation to a meeting (via Outlook)Muting microphoneSharing video (only when necessary)SharingDesktopWhiteboardPolls

Before You PresentDo a test connection before your presentationHave a colleague connect with you and practice your presentation, including: showing any whiteboards, presentations, polls, or sharing your desktop

As a PresenterCreate 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 participantsIf 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/FTDQN7YZUsing PollsIf you want to create polls before you start, connect earlyCreate and name them for easy accessWill disappear if you leave the connectionKnow how to share them and show results

As a ParticipantTo access training, click on the link you receivedOnce you are admitted, be sure your microphone is muted in LyncDo not start your video unless you are asked to do so by the presenterAsk questions in the chat window

Using the MicrophoneIf you are asked by the presenter to speak, unmute your microphone, but remember to mute it when you are finishedBe sure you are in a quiet space if you are going to be talkingBackground noises are distracting to other participants

Using Lync in the ClassroomForeign language classesComparing geographical regions of KentuckyCity life vs. country life (i.e., City Mouse & Country Mouse)Comparing weather through the yearAuthoring books together (My Trip to ____________)Comparing Civil War battles in different areas

Last bit of adviceBe respectful of other participants!If you need someone to test your connection with, give you help with Lync, or just answer a question, Im usually available at: [email protected]

Presentation by:Patti Oakley, Instructional Technology SpecialistKentucky Academy of Technology EducationMurray State UniversityLync Contact: [email protected] free to contact me if you need help with not only Lync, but other technology issues in the classroomLync to this presentation: http://sdrv.ms/16qhlYF

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