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We use Teams for individual tutoring meetings and some group training sessions. It works well if there is one presenter who is going to be directly in front of the computer at all times. In a class setting, it is less effective. If the instructor moves away from the camera, the participant can't see what it going on, and, depending on your mic set up, other students in the class won't be audible. Real-time participation for the student at home also won't be effective unless all the students are participating via Teams because the at-home student will be able to communicate only with the person in front of the computer.
I would suggest an audio recording of the class might be as effective unless you want to invest in something that is designed for simultaneous in-person and online events.
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I am hoping to get some feedback/ideas on a topic.
We have a student who is in need of temporary accommodations due to an injury preventing them from coming to campus. We are brainstorming on how to best meet this student's needs. Our institution uses Microsoft Teams and we have thought about having each professor send the student a Teams link at the scheduled time of class, giving the student access and ability to observe the live class.
Any alternative suggestions or reasonable accommodations would be greatly appreciated!
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