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When teaching synchronously online using WebEx, you can create a document camera using the gooseneck stand from your "classroom in a box" and your smartphone or tablet. This can be used in conjunction with your WebEx session on your laptop/desktop computer.

  1. Setup Zoom on your smartphone/tablet
    1. Download the Zoom app for your Apple or Android phone from either the iTunes or Google Play store
    2. Open the app, and click Sign In
    3. In the Email field, enter your NinerNET UNC Charlotte email address (not an alias) and click Sign In

    4. Click the Login with SSO option when prompted

    5. Ensure is entered as the company domain, then click Go

    6. Log in using your NinerNET credentials, you will be prompted for DUO authentication
    7. You can now open Zoom by clicking Open when prompted
    8. You should now see the Zoom landing screen
      1. *Note* When using your mobile device as a document camera, make sure you first join the meeting from a laptop or desktop computer before joining with your mobile device
  2. Launch the desired Zoom session on your computer, then join on your smartphone/tablet
    1. Launch your Zoom session (either via the Canvas Zoom menu or directly from Ensure you are labeled the Host
    2. Log into the same Zoom session using your mobile device. Note that you will retain host privileges with both logins since you:
      1. used your UNC Charlotte Zoom account, and
      2. created the Zoom meeting
    3. You will see yourself listed twice in the Zoom session. Make sure your mobile device logged in has the microphone muted and your camera is turned on
    4. Place the phone/tablet in the gooseneck holder, point the camera down at the object you wish to display using a document camera (whiteboard, book, object, etc.)

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