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ISLA (Inclusive Synchronous Learning Activities) guide

This guide will explain what the capabilities and use-cases are for rooms set up for ISLA teaching.

What does an ISLA room have?

An ISLA room has:

  • An interface via the Crestron control panel to select a choice of camera view for the remote audience and to mute/unmute the ceiling mics.
  • A second camera located for a general view of the student audience.
  • A large display screen to show the interface of Zoom or Teams and chat window for the benefit of those in class.
  • Ceiling microphones located above the student audience that feed into the Zoom or Teams session.


ISLA rear view

ISLA in action

ISLA at Aldersgate

Please watch the two short videos below to see a demonstration of two ISLA spaces in Aldersgate. 



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