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October, 2022

11Oct2:00 PM2:50 PMHow Equipment Can Make or Break Perceived Immediacy in Video ConferencingCass Hall, University of Idaho2:00 PM – 2:50 PM


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October 11, 2022


Tuesday 2:00 PM – 2:50 PM Pacific Time


Online via Zoom


Part of 2022 Conference

Session Description

Pandemic needs for working and teaching in different settings has taught us important lessons on improving online connections. Collaboration and Classroom Technology Services at the University of Idaho was charged with coming up with alternative methods for meeting delivery and participation needs through hardware to improve perceived immediacy for all teams across OIT.

Though these technologies were initially tested in OIT, they are now being suggested for solutions on multiple campuses for various departments. This testing prompted changes in reducing classroom equipment to remove multiple options for achieving the same outcome, simplify the system, improve cluttered lectern space, and push innovation forward.

This session will share hardware ideas and our trial and error in testing in hopes to prompt a discussion about what hardware can bring to the video conferencing experience with manageable costs.


Cass Hall

Manager of Collaboration & Classroom Technology Services, University of Idaho

Cass Hall is the Manager of Collaboration & Classroom Technology Services at the University of Idaho. Previously, Hall served as the Director for the Doceo Center of Innovation + Learning and was an Associate Clinical Professor of Learning Technologies in the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences. She dedicated fifteen years to working in K-12 public education in Pennsylvania as a teacher, library media specialist, instructional coach, and technology coach, prior to relocating to Idaho to pursue a career in higher education. Her educational background includes an Ed.S. in Curriculum & Instruction from the University of Idaho, a Masters of Education in School Library and Information Technologies from Mansfield University, and a Bachelor of Science in Broadcast Journalism from West Virginia University.