Classroom Instructions For Logitech Meetup Soundbar & Camera

Used with Podium & Cart Computers


Below are steps to connect the in-room classroom technology to virtual participants using the classroom computer and the Logitech Meetup Soundbar and Camera system. The Logitech Meetup System has an integrated web camera, microphone and speaker to share speech audio and video from the classroom with virtual participants. 


Starting Your Class Session

  1. Select Computer or Laptop from the Touch Panel or KeyPad to use the classroom computer.
    • The touch panel or keypad is located at the instructor's lectern or front wall.
  2. Login to the classroom computer using your UserID and password.
  3. Open a web conferencing application. Zoom, Webex, and Blackboard Collaborate are installed on the computer. 
    • Instructors must use the classroom computer to connect the Logitech Meetup Soundbar and Camera system to web conferencing or lecture capture applications. 
  4. Initiate a video call from the web conferencing application of your choice.
    • Test the audio and video default settings with the following options:
      • Speaker: Logitech Meetup
      • Microphone: Logitech Meetup
      • Camera: Logitech Meetup
    • Select Join with Computer Audio 

You are now ready to start your session with in-person and virtual students. 


Optional: Classroom Management Features

Classroom Camera view

Remote participants will see a view of the classroom from the Logitech Meetup camera. 

Share Computer content with remote and in-person audience

Content such as PowerPoint presentations is shared with your remote audience through the web conferencing application. Refer to the web application screen sharing options. The host must also select share audio for videos with audio playback. The in-person audience will see the images displayed on the projector screen or display monitor.

Audio Management Tip

For quick audio management, the host may select mute all within the web conferencing application. Alternatively, instructors should ask all remote students to mute themselves at the beginning of class and remind all students in the room that they are all being captured via in-room mics. Participants should only unmute when they are speaking.