Online Presentations - Students

While attending class remotely you may be assigned a group presentation. Your professor will decide whether your group will submit a pre-recorded presentation or present during a live class session. Either option can be accomplished using a BlueJeans meeting.

Synchronous (live) Presentations

To share presentations during a live class over BlueJeans, individuals or groups should share their screens as well as unmute audio and video. You should also post your slide decks in Assignments/Discussions page.

Tips:

  • You  should PRACTICE in BlueJeans before delivering your presentation in class.
  • For group presentations, one group member should share their screen during the presentation. Other group members should give verbal cues to advance the slide.

Asynchronous Presentations

You will use BlueJeans to create a Virtual Meeting with your group and record the presentation. Make sure to PRACTICE in BlueJeans before recording the session for submission.

Once the recording is complete, it will be accessible for the meeting organizer to either download or retrieve the link to upload to Canvas one of the below ways:

The Assignment/Discussion distinction is based on faculty preference. Please clarify with your professor where to upload.

Submit as an Assignment

There are three ways to submit your recording to the Assignments section of Canvas.

1. Recommended: Submit the link to the BlueJeans recording following the instructions below. 

2. Submit a link to the video shared in Penn+Box (the video, not the folder) by following the directions below.

3. Record/upload media (Online submission > Media Recording)

4. Upload a video as a file

Submit in Discussions

There are three ways to upload your recording to the Discussions section of Canvas.

1. Recommended: Record/upload media (paste link via Media Recording tool)

2. Submit the link to the BlueJeans recording following the instructions belo

3.  Submit a link to the video shared in Penn+Box (the video, not the folder) by following the directions below.

Group Projects

Your group should Canvas tools such as a group collaboration space to work and share files as well as personalized Virtual Meetings at http://meeting.upenn.edu/ to optimize remote collaboration.

Questions?

For more assistance, please contact support@wharton.upenn.edu for support.