On this page, Teaching & Learning has gathered the most relevant Q&As for planning your February teaching according to the model that has been decided during February 2022.

If you have any questions that are not answered below, feel free to contact your local Teaching & Learning department consultant (find contact information HERE) or send an e-mail to tl@cbs.dk.

View the video below to learn more about how to use the streaming equipment in the classrooms.

FAQ – February teaching 2022

Guidelines for teaching in February

  • All exams in February continue to be held online
  • Already planned 100% online activities will continue online in the month of February (incl. classes with more than 200 students)
  • All other teaching activities are held on campus from 31 January (there is however still requirements of corona passport and face masks 31 January, but not the rest of the week)
  • All exercise classes and classes with less than 40 participants, will only be live streamed if the course coordinator finds this meaningful and if it is technically possible in the assigned classroom.  This assessment is placed with the course coordinator due to the very short time horizon in this special case.
Streaming workshops

Teaching & Learning will host workshops where you will learn how to use the streaming equipment, set up streaming links/online meetings, etc. There is a maximum of 20 participants for each physical workshop – see a list of the workshops and webinars and find the sign-up link HERE.  

Technical support

If you have any questions or need support in terms of streaming your teaching during February, please reach out to your local Teaching & Learning department consultant. Find the contact information HERE.  

If you experience technical problems during the streaming, or just before you begin your class, there will be supporters on-campus to help you.

The on-campus streaming supporters’ primary job is to help teachers get the streaming started. The streaming supporters can also help teachers troubleshoot the most common issues related to streaming, but If more severe problems occur or if there are other IT issues, the IT -support should be contacted at +45 3815 3534 or by going to the nearest Campus Desk at Solbjerg Plads or Dalgas Have. 

 
Getting help from streaming supporters 

  • The streaming supporters will be wearing red t-shirts with “STREAMING SUPPORT” written across their chest.  
  • The streaming supporters are on-campus from 7.30 to 20.00. 
  • Streaming supporters are in the hallways outside the classrooms and teachers are encouraged to approach the streaming supporters before class starts. 
  • Streaming supporters are also available if issues occur during the class.  
  • If the streaming support is not available, the teacher may have to wait until he/she appears in the hallway or go and find a supporter. If a streaming supporter cannot be found, teachers can go to the Campus Desk at Solbjerg Plads or Dalgas Have or call +45 3815 3534.  
Guides and support material 

You can find guides and support materials that will guide you in how to use the streaming equipment in the classrooms, how to use Microsoft Teams, etc. in Teaching & Learning’s online Canvas guide room, T&L Guides, that you can find HERE.  

Communication from DIR

You can find the important documents and communication about the 50/50 streaming model for February 2022 below. They will be updated regularly.

Teaching at CBS in February – 27 January

Adjustments to the 50/50 model communicated on 21 January

Communication to teachers about the 50/50 mode
l on 18 January

Proposal to DIR about the 50/50 model

Guidelines for recording of teaching

CBS do not want students to record the teaching without the teacher’s consent. This applies to the recording of teaching in the classrooms, live streams from the classrooms, and online teaching. However, CBS cannot forbid students to record teaching for their own personal use, and this is also very difficult to control – recordings can be done without the knowledge of the teacher, with a mobile phone or third-party software, e.g. 

It is not allowed for students to share the recording with others. 

Students are able to start the recordings themselves in Teams, and this cannot be prohibited. The teacher, as well as the other students, will be informed that a recording has been started with a banner at the top of the meeting and a notification in the chat. It is also possible to see who started the recording. 

It is possible to use Zoom instead if you want to avoid students being able to record. With Zoom, students and other participants are not able to record as a default. You can also create your own Teams link instead of the one created for you and change the permission settings before or during the meeting. View the guide below. 

Guide: Change meeting options in Teams

Streaming links

The link will be created for you and will be placed at the top of your Canvas course. If you do not need it (if you’re not obliged to stream, if you’re using Zoom instead, etc) you can delete it.

There will not be any streaming links in the classes that are not supposed to stream. If you want to stream, you will need to create your own streaming link. Watch a guide for how to do that here:

How to create a Teams streaming link

In what cases do I need to stream?

If your lecture class is more than 40 students and below 200, you will need to stream your teaching. Exercise classes (also those above 40 in class size) and lecture classes below 40 students will not need to stream.

This allows for more practical exercise classes to take place on campus, and the students can have the desired feedback.

What if something goes wrong during the teaching session/stream?  

There will be supporters on-campus to help you with streaming and any technical issues related to this. The on-campus streaming supporters’ primary job is to help teachers get the streaming started. The streaming supporters can also help teachers troubleshoot the most common issues related to streaming, but If more severe problems occur or if there are other IT issues, the IT -support should be contacted at +45 3815 3534 or by going to the nearest Campus Desk at Solbjerg Plads or Dalgas Have. 

 
Getting help from streaming supporters 

  • The streaming supporters will be wearing red t-shirts with “STREAMING SUPPORT” written across their chest.  
  • The streaming supporters are on-campus from 7.30 to 20.00. 
  • Streaming supporters are in the hallways outside the classrooms and teachers are encouraged to approach the streaming supporters before class starts. 
  • Streaming supporters are also available if issues occur during the class.  
  • If the streaming support is not available, the teacher may have to wait until he/she appears in the hallway or go and find a supporter. If a streaming supporter cannot be found, teachers can go to the Campus Desk at Solbjerg Plads or Dalgas Have or call +45 3815 3534.  

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Do I need to bring my own equipment?

No, there will be technical equipment available in the classrooms with streaming equipment. This includes the classroom camera, a microphone, and an auditorium computer with Teams installed. But you can bring your own laptop if you prefer, and connect it to the classroom equipment.

From this semester microphones will be back in the rooms that do not have voice lift (voice lift means that the microphones in the room will amplify your voice and project it to the speakers). On Solbjerg Plads and Dalgas Have, the teachers can get it in the Campus Desk. On Kilen and Flintholm, they will be in the classroom. You can see a list of which rooms have voice lift here: Streaminglokaler 2021 – Status.xlsx.
Voice lift = no headset-microphones in the room.

What about Prophix hours provided for this re-design?

From 27 January, it will not be possible to get Prophix hours for re-designing your teaching for the streaming solution.

  • If you applied for Prophix hours before 27 January and have used them, that’s OK
  • If you applied for Prophix hours before 27 January and you have not used them yet, you can still use them
  • If you have not applied for Prophix hours before 27 January, it is not possible to apply for them anymore