Carleton is a Regional Cultural Center

PEPS will continue to support Carleton’s rich calendar of events and performances–whether live and in-person or through video conferencing. For support, review this page’s helpful contents or request service by clicking the button, below.

Request Service Button
To request Event or Video Conferencing Support, please click the Request Service Button, above.

Video Conferencing with Zoom and Google Meet

Video conferencing is an excellent communication method for those just across campus or all the way around the world. The most typical use is for a group meeting, faculty presentation, job interview, distance learning, or research collaboration. Although there are many different types of video conferencing solutions on the market today, Carleton Supports and PEPS can assist you with the following programs: Zoom and Google Meet. To get started with either, checkout the short tutorial videos below or the written documentation on the top right. Learn more about the default settings for Zoom and Meet.

“Pro” Zoom Licenses:

Carleton’s faculty and staff receive a “Pro” Zoom License when logging in through Carleton.zoom.us and clicking SIGN IN. Follow the prompts using your “username@carleton.edu” email address. (For full instructions visit the wiki page Zoom Pro License Sign-Up Guide.)

Carleton students receive a BASIC license by default. Students who require a Pro Zoom License for their course or student employment position should complete this form, being sure to include their name, email address, supervisor or instructor’s name, and how long they need the license.

Note: For users who require a Large Group Meeting License (more than 100 participants, up to 1,000), please submit an event support ticket.

Helpful Training Videos

Getting Started and the Zoom Interface

Scheduling a Zoom Video Conference

Conducting a Zoom Call

Recording Your Zoom Call

Using Zoom Breakout Rooms

Using Zoom Polls

Scheduling a Google Meet

Conducting a Google Meet and the Interface

Recording and Saving Google Meets

Auto Captioning in Google Meet

Using Google Meet Breakout Rooms

Google Meet is introducing Breakout Rooms! Learn how to use breakout rooms in Google Meet.

Event Support

  • Under request type drop-down menu: Please choose “PEPS” (towards the bottom), then “Event” from the next drop-down menu, and then “Tech assistance and/or setup”, “Videoconferencing”, or “Videotaping”.
  • You may need to log in with your Carleton user name and password.

Using a Carleton Conference Room for Your Call

Our office has one video conference room that can hold up to five participants and is located in Weitz Room 31. If you would like to reserve this room or you would like PEPS assistance with your video conference call, please submit a PEPS request using our online request forms. Allow at least 48 hours for us to process your request. Please click here to view the classrooms that are video conference ready: Equipment in Rooms  Remember, to reserve a classroom, please contact Campus Scheduling at ext.7185 or submit an online reservation

Note: We would prefer that you try to schedule a classroom that has video conferencing equipment but if none are available, we can setup the necessary equipment if the room has an installed projection system.

PEPS Photo Spheres

Check out our photo spheres when planning for your next event! These immersive 360-degree photos can help you visualize the space to see what type of furniture and equipment is available for you to use. This is only the beginning and we will be adding more soon! (Click on the thumbnails below to view)

Sayles Hill Lounge Great Hall Skinner Chapel Concert Hall  

Sayles Hill Lounge

Great Hall

Skinner Chapel

Concert Hall

 
Olin 149 Great Hall Skinner Chapel Concert Hall

olin 149

Great Hall

Skinner Chapel

Concert Hall