Setting Up the InSpace Virtual Gathering Space

Modified on Wed, 03 Aug 2022 at 03:52 PM

As educators, we know the importance of setting up the classroom in ways that support our instructional goals and the learning needs of our students. With InSpace, you have more options than ever before.

The 'Set up space' button allows you to change the InSpace session set up, or configuration. 

The choices are Main Room, which can have proximity audio enabled or disabled to allow for natural conversations and small groups. Participants can move through this space freely and engage in multiple conversations without interrupting each other. 

The Discussion Room is great for smaller groups and includes one large breakout room with an outer hallway area.

The Presentation Room seats all participants around a presenter's screen shared by anyone in the session and also includes a hallway. Participants aren't pinned to their seats and can move to the front of the room when it's their turn to present. 

Finally, Breakout Rooms are audio-isolated rooms for collaboration. They're available in multiple configurations and also include a hallway for quick side conversations. When opening breakout rooms, you'll also have the option to automatically assign attendees to a room. 

It's important to note that anywhere within the InSpace platform, if you're in a room with someone, everyone in the room can hear each other. Additionally, any user can always share their screen inside of a room to just a few participants or outside the room to the whole space.

With just a few clicks, you can transform your set up while maintaining visual connection to your whole session. 

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