Teaching In-Person / Classrooms

Planning for Class Sessions

As you plan for the semester, consider these strategies for using in-person class time:
Active Learning Activities | Engagement Strategies. Also review Syllabus guidelines for language related to discussing COIV-19 related attendance questions and other university recommendations and requirements. With the many rapid changes over the past year, you may also want to review these resources for finding ways to discuss complex topics and have difficult conversations with students.

Classroom Seating Charts & Attendance

Seating Chart Templates
Unlike the fall semester, you do not need to submit a seating chart electronically to the CETLOE website. However, every instructor teaching in-person classes should still prepare a seating chart for their records during the first-class session. Contact tracing will now be handled off campus and these charts can assist with the contract tracing process. A daily attendance sheet is also recommended.
Please note that the CETLOE site only has charts for classrooms scheduled centrally by the university. If you teach in a laboratory or departmental classroom scheduled by your college or school, please contact your department chair or college for the appropriate seating chart.

Seating Chart Templates and Instructions 

Student Self-Reported Attendance in Addition to Classroom Seating Charts
In an effort to facilitate recording attendance in our in-person classes, especially our larger classes, we recommend the use of a brief form to be completed by your students at the start of class. You can create attendance forms using:
Qualtrics or Microsoft Forms or Google.

Voice Amplification

Voice amplification is available in classrooms should you need it. For rooms that do not have existing voice amplification, voice amplification devices that use a headset and speaker can be picked up from a CATLAB to help you more easily communicate with students in larger rooms.

Many of our largest rooms already have wireless lavalier systems installed. If you teach in one of the following rooms, you will be provided your own lavalier microphone for the semester and will not need a personal voice amplification system.

Classrooms that Use Lavalier Mics

Library South Room 102
Urban Life Room 100, Room 170, Room 220
Petit Science Center Room 101, Room 169, Room 230, Room 255
Aderhold Learning Center Room 005, Room 024, Room 304, Room 406
Arts and Humanities Building Room 300
Langdale Hall Room 200, Room 300, Room 400, Room 415, Room 500, Room 518, Room 600, Room 700
Classroom South Room 150, Room 305, Room 608

Alpharetta Campus Room AB106, Room AB107, Room AB112
Clarkston Campus Room CH1100, Room CC2140
Dunwoody Campus Room NC1100

If you are teaching in one of these classrooms, fill out this form to request a time to pick up a lavier for your classroom.
You will be able to checkout a lavalier microphone belt pack for the semester that can be paired with the units in these spaces. If you are unsure how to pair the microphone, a Learning Environment’s support technician can assist you while you are receiving your unit and/or before your first session inside the classroom.

Voice Amplification Devices & Face Shields

If one or more of your classes falls outside of the classrooms listed above, you will be able to pick up a voice amplification device from a campus Creation and Technology Lab (CATLab) during open hours.
Find locations and hours for CATLabs at All Campuses Here >

Face shields can also be picked up from any CATLAB.

Classroom Hotline

If you need additional classroom support submit a request by email ([email protected]) or phone (404-413-4321).

Office Technology

Information for setting up your computer or other office technology can be found here.