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Webcam (Controllable)

Classroom Feature

A user-controllable wall mounted web camera.

A controllable web camera, also known as an Aver cam, is a wall-mounted camera placed toward the back of a classroom, allowing for a wide view of both the instructor and the classroom. These cameras are controllable via the control panel at the instructor station. 

The default camera view is a wide shot of the front of the classroom. You will find several preset options, along with advanced options such as pan, tilt, and zoom to customize the view. Audio is managed through the microphone at the podium or a wireless microphone, where available. 

For detailed information on how to use these cameras, see Simulcasting with CarmenZoom in the Teaching and Learning Resource Center.