Lecture for More than 300 People
It is not easy to provide remote teaching for a larger number of students than 300. The value of 300 is the limit for an ordinary meeting of some video conferencing systems. From this number, it is impossible to ensure direct synchronous communication (video and audio), as teachers from smaller meetings are used to.
Live Event in MS Teams
For lectures consisting of more than 300 students, so-called live events are used in MS Teams. It is streaming of various video inputs that students can watch asynchronously (the teacher's audience can pause the lecture and resume it during the day or even more days if the page is still open on the computer).
It is also possible to add a section of approved questions and answers to this streaming, where students can ask their questions. By default, this option is not enabled. For students who watch this lecture late, the ability to ask questions is available long after the live broadcast of the recording (without knowing that anyone will no longer approve their question).
Live events are not easy to control. It is best assumed that another person participates, who switches the individual inputs and approves the students' questions.
- Until 30 June 2021, 50 live events within MUNI are possible to be held at one time.
- Employees can organize live events with an A3 license set up in INET. Employees who are also students can write for an A3 license to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Redirection to the Office 365 web interface - enter učo@muni.cz. You will then be redirected to the single sign-on page, where you will enter your UČO and primary password.
- Tip! We recommend using Chrome or Microsoft Edge for online communication in a web browser.