OSDS Progression Requirements  Purpose o Complete the freshman curriculum in a timely manner o Ensure eligibility for other majors (# hours earned and GPA) o Support EN “three strikes” and readmission policies  Each D, F, and W counts as a “violation” toward progression  First violation  warning letter  Two or more violations  one-on-one meeting to discuss o Commitment to major o How they spent their time o Available academic and other resources o Enforcement of progression policy o Next choice of major o Conditions for continuance (if allowed)
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Strategic Innovation Initiatives: COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Initiative Action Step Action Step Action Step Target Start Current Gain Year 1 Gain Year 2 Gain Year 3 First Year Retention Analysis of Attrition Patterns Case Management Process Improve weekly reporting tools Spring 2013 61% FY retained fall to fall (240/393) 65% (260/400) (+20 over current) 70% (280/400) (+40 over current) 75% (300/400) (+60 over current) Forensic Science Introductory Course Market Analysis Curriculum Development Intro Course Sp. 2013 New Major Fall 2013 0 10 20 30 Luce Program Leverage Luce Scholarships Create more distinctive Luce program focus Partner with area Luce universities 2012-2013 Media Studies Market analysis for new major Hire faculty leaders (SPS and CAS) Develop and market new program Fall 2013 0 15 30 45 Criminal Justice Create strategic program plan Hire new faculty aligned with new program tracks Improve marketing of program Fall 2013 26 majors + 10 36 majors + 20 56 majors + 20 76 majors Psychology Create strategic program plan Clarify program links to Nursing, Grad Studies Align personnel capacity with growth tracks Fall 2013 22 majors +10 32 majors +20 52 majors +20 72 majors Human Relations Create strategic program plan Identify cluster areas linking with Nursing interests Align personnel capacity with clusters Fall 2013 54 majors +20 74 majors +20 94 majors +20 114 majors International Affairs Create strategic program plan Identify areas of global emphasis and links with other disciplines Align personnel capacity with areas of emphasis Fall 2013 12 majors +10 22 majors +20 42 majors +25 67 majors Business Administration Create strategic program plan Identify links with regional business and clinical opportunities Align personnel capacity with areas of emphasis Fall 2013 33 majors +10 43 majors +20 63 majors +25 85 majors 17
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Decision Tree Model for F14 Freshmen GPA: Part 2—HS GPA > 92.0 Decision Tree Model for F14 Freshmen GPA: Part 2—HS GPA > 92.0 HS GPA>92.0 or Missing Scholarship = Yes HS GPA >=96.5 or missing Math Placement Exam >= 5 Math Placement Exam < 5 Scholarship = No HS GPA < 96.5 Logs per non-STEM crs,wks 2-6 >=29.1 Logs per non-STEM crs,wks 2-6 <29.1 LMS logins per non-STEM crs. Wk 2-6 ‘ >=10.4 AP STEM Crs. >=1 AP STEM Crs = 0 LMS logins per non-STEM crs. wk 2-6 < 10.4 Logs per STEM crs, wks 2-6 >=10.9 or miss. Logs per STEM crs. wks 2 6 < 10.9 Logs per STEM Crs., wks 2-6 >=15.6 Logs per STEM Crs, wk 2-6 <15.6 Ethnic Group = White , Hisp. Ethnic Group= Asian, Afr. Amer., Unk. SAT Math >=70 0 SAT Math <700 or miss. Avg HS. CR, M Wrt >=183 0 miss Avg. HS CR, M, Wrt< 1830 DFW STEM Crs Total >=2 DFW STEM Crs Total <2 SAT Math >=76 0 SAT Math <760 DFW nonSTEM 1st yrs >=28% DFW nonSTEM 1st yrs <28% STEM Crs logs Wk 1 >=8 STEM Crs logs Wk 1 <8 or miss Avg. GPA = 3.63 N= 285 Avg. GPA 3.40 N = 83 Avg. GPA =3.50 N= 73 Avg. GPA = 3.05 N=30 Avg. GPA = 3.76 N=26 Avg. GPA = 3.52 N = 74 Avg. GPA = 3.59 N = 54 Avg. GPA = 3.13 N = 54 Avg. GPA = 3.23 N= 163 Avg. GPA = 3.49 N=101 Avg. GPA = 3.76 N = 11 Avg. GPA = 3.03 N= 194 Avg. GPA = 3.05 N= 72 Avg. GPA = 2.90 N = 73 Avg. GPA= 1.30 N=11 Avg. GPA = 2.52 N= 13 16
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Strategic Innovation Initiatives: COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Initiative Action Step Action Step Action Step Target Start Current Gain Year 1 Gain Year 2 Gain Year 3 First Year Retention Implementation of case management approach Create Center for Academic Success, including case management and attention to Center for Success in Foundational Teaching (Fall 2014-Spring 2015) Transitioning firstyear advising to all Professional Advisors, with new emphasis on Summer Orientation that includes dedicated programming for transitioning first-year Ongoing with specific start dates for each action step 54% FY retained fall to fall (162/297); 89% retained Fall 13 to Spring 14 65% (260/400) (+20 over current) 70% (280/400) (+40 over current) 75% (300/400) (+60 over current) Early Childhood Education Institutional Approvals Recruit for Major, including dedicated programming fro Accepted Students Launch initiative including intensive focus on local partnerships Fall 2014 0 (44 students identified as intending to major in Education) 15 20 30 Science Pedagogy Leverage Luce Program Relationships Emphasize undergraduate research opportunities with faculty as appropriate (running classes each semester; students presenting) Support expansion of innovative science pedagogies, including interdisciplinary work with Business, Forensic Science, Writing Fall 2013 4 Luce Student Scholars 2013-2014; 35 Science majors +10 (45 majors) +10 (55 majors) +15 (70 majors) Psychology / Counseling Cluster Launch new Human Relations programming Launch CAS Psychology program to EDU Counseling program articulation Aggressively recruit students with particular interest in dual degree Fall 2014 124 (75 HUMR majors; 49 PSYC majors) + 10 (134 majors) +15 (149 majors) +20 (169 majors) International Affairs Create strategic program plan incorporating interdisciplinary approaches involving political science, history, and social sciences Create glide path for master’s level programming at Trinity Develop and market re-envisioned major Fall 2014 15 majors +10 (25 majors) +20 (45 majors) +25 (70 majors) Emphasis on Excellence: Succeeding at Trinity Continue building Honors program and opportunities for curricular initiatives of excellence Create and sustain Undergraduate Research Focus Group Emphasize opportunities for advanced academic and experiential initiatives working with Career Services and Experiential Learning Fall 2014 53 +10 (63 Honors students) +15 (78 Honors students) +20 (98 Honors students) Business Administration Create strategic program plan Identify links with regional business and clinical opportunities Align possibilities with BGS Fall 2014 45 majors +10 55 majors +20 75 majors +25 100 majors 55
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Innovative Ideas for Targeted Advising Campaigns Student Populations Targeted in Previous SSC Campaigns Campaign Example Filters Action At-risk students that may need to switch majors Risk: High risk Credits Earned: 30-45 Encourage students to evaluate their academic performance and consider a major change Undeclared students above a certain credit threshold Major: Undeclared, Pre-major Credits Earned: At least 30, 45, or 60 credits (depending on the institution) Help students select the appropriate major and declare as soon as possible High-performing students not currently enrolled in coursework Cumulative GPA: Over 3.00 Term Enrollment: Currently not enrolled Figure out why students are not enrolled and get them back into classes Seniors with excessive credits Student Classification: Senior Credits Earned: At least 120 Help students determine what requirements they still need to fulfill to graduate and how to fulfill them quickly Pre-majors that are at risk of not meeting selective admissions requirements Exact filters will vary by major Possible Pre-Majors: PreNursing, Pre-Engineering, PreBusiness Encourage students to prepare a “Plan B” and seek academic support to improve performance Students close to graduating that may need additional assistance Credits Earned: At least 90 Risk: Medium risk or high risk Connect students with the resources they need to finish out their degrees Students who may not have been advised recently (for institutions that use student statuses Student Status: “No action taken” Check in on students that the platform suggests may not have been advised recently “Stop outs” that could return and graduate easily Term Enrollment: Currently not enrolled Risk: Low risk Credits Earned: At least 90 Motivate students to re-enroll and complete their degrees Potential recruits for the honors program Term Enrollment: Currently enrolled Risk: Low risk # of Notifications: Less than 2 Cumulative GPA: Over 3.70 Discuss strong academic performance and potential enrollment in the honors program High-performing students for recruitment to a particular major Term Enrollment: Currently enrolled Risk: Low risk Major: Undeclared Ensure high-performing students know they are capable of taking on challenging majors frequently) If you have other ideas for targeted advising campaigns, send them to your SSC consultant! ©2014 The Advisory Board Company • eab.com 5
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Decision Tree Model for Freshmen GPA: Part 1—HS GPA <= 92.0 HS GPA<=92.0 LMS logins per non-STEM crs, wk 2-6 >=11.3 or missing Avg. HS SAT CR >570 Avg. HS SAT CR<=570 LMS logins per non-STEM crs, wks 2-6<11.3 Avg. HS SAT CR >=540 ‘ SAT Math CR >1360 SAT Math CR <=1360 Logins per STEM crs, wk 2-6 >=32.2 Logins per STEM crs, wk 2-6 <32.2 AP STEM Crs>= 1 AP Stem Crs = 0 Highest DFW STEM Crs. Rate>= 17% Highest DFW STEM Crs. Rate <17% SAT Math >=68 0 SAT Math< 680 or miss. NonSTEM crs logs > = 3 or miss. NonSTEM crs logins <3 Avg. GPA = 3.63 N = 46 Avg. GPA = 3.20 N = 23 Avg. GPA = 2.92 N= 34 Avg. GPA = 3.25 N=94 Avg. GPA = 3.35 N=78 Avg. GPA = 3.09 N= 121 Avg. GPA = 2.94 N= 371 Avg. GPA = 2.53 N = 57 AP STEM Crs. >=1 AP STEM Crs = 0 Avg. HS SAT CR < 540 Logs per STEM crs, wk 2-6 >=5.3 or miss Logs per STEM crs. wk 2-6 < 5.3 Avg. GPA = 1.59 N = 13 miss. STEM crs logs Wk 1 <5 STEM logs Wk. 1 >=5 or miss. STEM crs logs Wk. 1 <5 STEM crs logs Wk 1 >=1 or miss. STEM crs kogs Wk 1 = 0 Avg. GPA = 3.21 N = 64 Avg. GPA = 2.69 N=16 Avg. GPA = 2.75 N = 73 Avg. GPA = 2.12 N= 18 Avg. GPA = 2.62 N= 305 Avg. GPA = 1.94 N = 25 STEM crs logs Wk. 1>=5 or 12
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SCHOLARSHIPS • University Merit Scholarship: Criteria to Renew – A GPA of 3.20 after the freshman year, then 3.30 after the sophomore and junior years. Scholars must also complete at least 30 credit hours per year. • Academic Excellence Level 1 Scholarship: Criteria to Renew – A GPA of 3.20 after the freshman year, then 3.30 after the sophomore and junior years. Scholars must also complete at least 30 credit hours per year. • Academic Excellence Level 2 Scholarship: Criteria to Renew – GPA of 2.85 after the freshman year, then cumulative 3.00 after the sophomore and junior years. Scholars must also complete at least 30 credit hours per year. • Blue & Gold Level 1 Scholarship: Criteria to Renew – GPA of 2.70 after the freshman year, then cumulative 2.90 after the sophomore and junior years . Scholars must also complete at least 30 credit hours per year. • Blue & Gold Level 2 Scholarship: Criteria to Renew – GPA of 2.50 after the freshman year, then 2.75 after the sophomore and junior years . Scholars must also complete at least 30 credit hours per year.
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Programming Question  Write a class ArrayDemo7 with a method countOcc that counts the number of times each digit between 0 and 9 occurs in a 2d array: void countOcc(int[][] a, int[] count)  Use following main to test the countOcc method: public static void main(String args[]){ int[] counts = new int[10]; int[][] myArray = {{23, 0,9},{2,56,7,-2},{5 ,5,7},{8,45}}; countOcc(myArray, counts); for(int i=0;iView full slide show




Strategic Innovation Initiatives: COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Initiative Action Step Action Step Action Step Target Start Current Gain Year 1 Gain Year 2 Gain Year 3 First Year Retention Implementation of case management approach Create Center for Academic Success, including case management and attention to Center for Success in Foundational Teaching (Fall 2014-Spring 2015) Reimagine advising and comprehensive approach to retention for first to second year (ongoing, with new First Year experience launching Fall 2014) Ongoing with specific start dates for each action step 54% FY retained fall to fall (162/297) 65% (260/400) (+20 over current) 70% (280/400) (+40 over current) 75% (300/400) (+60 over current) Early Childhood Education Institutional Approvals Recruit for Major Launch initiative Fall 2014 0 (53 students identified as intending to major in Education) 15 20 30 Science Pedagogy Leverage Luce Program Relationships Emphasize undergraduate research opportunities with faculty as appropriate Support expansion of innovative science pedagogies Fall 2013 Psychology / Counseling Cluster Launch new Human Relations programming Launch CAS Psychology program to EDU Counseling program articulation Fall 2014 107 (79 HUMR majors; 28 PSYC majors) + 10 (117 majors) +15 (132 majors) +20 (152 majors) International Affairs Create strategic program plan incorporating interdisciplinary approaches involving political science, history, and social sciences Create glide path for master’s level programming at Trinity Develop and market re-envisioned major Fall 2014 6 majors +10 (16 majors) +20 (26 majors) +25 (61 majors) Emphasis on Excellence: Succeeding at Trinity Continue building Honors program and opportunities for curricular initiatives of excellence Create and sustain Undergraduate Research Focus Group Emphasize opportunities for advanced academic and experiential initiatives working with Career Services and Experiential Learning Spring 2014 53 +10 (63 Honors students) +15 (78 Honors students) +20 (98 Honors students) Business Administration Create strategic program plan Identify links with regional business and clinical opportunities Align personnel capacity with areas of emphasis Fall 2014 30 majors +10 40 majors +20 60 majors +25 85 majors 13
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Case Study Discovery Advising Campaigns to Generate Best Practices Central Michigan University, Public Research University in Mount Pleasant, MI Case in Brief CMU by the Numbers 27,626 Total enrollment 76% First-year retention rate 54% Six-year graduation rate Both SSC initiative leaders and advisors on CMU’s campus recognized two challenges : integrating technologies into advising workflow, and reaching the students most in need of help. As a result, they conducted a targeted advising campaigns discovery initiative. By experimenting with campaign design and analyzing the results, CMU hoped to:  Explore efficient, proactive ways of intervening with at-risk students  Develop a concrete use-case and step-by-step methodology for the SSC platform to drive utilization  Identify and communicate best practices for targeted outreach, to engage at-risk students in advising and success coaching services Presentations highlighted critical insights gained through the campaigns initiative, especially around targeted outreach and recommendations for the implementation of future campaigns. Empowering a Group of Engaged Advisors to Design and Test Campaigns 1 Central Michigan’s Campaigns Started with a Small Group of Engaged and Innovative Advisors CMU recruited seven success coaches from the Office of Student Success to run a “test” initiative of targeted advising campaigns 2 Provided a Template, but Let Advisors Select Their Populations and Outreach Strategies Ran Campaigns Simultaneously Debriefed to Discuss Results and Synthesize Insights Advisors each presented a portfolio of their results at an end-of-semester pull-up, leading to group discussion, analysis, and development of recommendations for future campaigns and use of the SSC platform ©2014 The Advisory Board Company • eab.com Major Declaration for Undeclared Sophomores Academic Support for Struggling History Majors Potential Exercise Science Majors in Need of Major Re-evaluation Communication Majors at Risk of Failing Program GPA Requirement Prevented advisors from “borrowing” each other’s ideas, but met frequently with leadership to discuss progress and maintain momentum 4 Academic Support for Struggling Accounting Majors Long-term Planning for Psychology (Graduate Preparation) Majors Advisors focused on niche groups of students they were passionate about and designed their own unique outreach approaches and materials based on a common template 3 Teacher Education Pre-Majors at Risk of Failing Admissions Requirements 7 Business Administration Pre-Majors at Risk of Failing Admissions Requirements Portfolio presentations included: Understanding the Needs of Recreation, Parks, and  Campaign purpose Leisure Services Majors  Articulated objectives  Target population  Actions and interventions (planned and completed)  Progress and results  Lessons learned  Recommendations for future campaigns
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 Librarians are unique when it comes to their leave: they are considered faculty with regards to their leave, however their leave works differently than that of faculty or staff. Although, like faculty, Librarians receive personal leave and are entitled to bank time.  For Librarians, there are a total of 28 FNWD days (210 Hours); this is the 23 during the 9 months plus the 5 for the week of the 4th of July. At the beginning of the Academic Year in August, we take the 210 hours and subtract all the days (hours) the College is closed for the Academic Year. The remaining hours are granted to Librarians as Personal Leave. Of those personal leave hours, in September of each year, HR automatically banks 22.50 hours.  The balance in your FNWD Bank for the current Academic Year will roll over into the new Academic Year. As we move into the new Academic Year, HR will once again take the 28 FNWD (210.00 hours) subtract the hours the College will be closed during that new Academic Year and the remaining balance will be applied to your personal leave. In September we will automatically bank 22.50 of those personal leave hours for you. Please note, any unused personal leave at the end of each Academic Year will be forfeited. Regarding banking time, please note, the maximum amount of personal leave that can be banked during an Academic Year is 37.50 hours. As HR automatically banks 22.50 hours for you each year in September, you can bank up to an additional 15 hours for a total of 37.5 hours. You can bank those additional 15 hours on a FNWD and/or administrative day as identified in the Academic Calendar, so long as the college is open; i.e. you can’t bank time when the College is closed, for example Labor Day.  Time in your FNWD Bank can roll from Academic Year to Academic Year, up to a maximum of 45 days (337.50 hours). LIBRARIANS
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GPA CALCULATORS • The admission GPA is calculated first by using the overall GPA on the applicant’s transcript at the end of the application semester. If the overall GPA is lower than a 2.75, it will be recalculated based on the applicant’s last 60 hours of coursework. When calculating the Last 60 Hours GPA, full semesters must be used; therefore, the total hours may be in excess of 60. Either method of GPA calculation must meet the minimum 2.75 requirement for admission eligibility without exception. • Overall GPA - Use your transcript from myGateway. At the end, under "Transcript Totals", plug in the GPA hours and Quality Points from the Overall line. List any courses you are currently taking under "Courses not showing". Add in the number of hours and the letter grade you received or expect to receive to get an updated Overall GPA. • Last 60 Hours GPA - Use the Class History from your Degree Evaluation to see your courses listed in order taken regardless of location. Start with the most current coursework. Enter in the Semester, Term Graded Attempted and Term Quality Points. Make sure the Term GPA matches. Enter in enough semesters so that they, plus what you are currently enrolled in, total at least 60 hours. You must use full semesters. Enter the courses you are currently taking under Courses not showing. Add in the number of hours and the grade you received or expect to receive to get an updated Last 60 Hour GPA.
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Manage your video display and layout Quick Reference for your video, not to view the video shared by others. Participants who Lync Web App Join a Lync Meeting with computer audio don’t share their video can choose to display a static picture instead. If you don’t have Lync 2013, you can join a scheduled Lync Meeting The area of the screen in which the pictures or videos are displayed is from Lync Web App. In the meeting request, click Join Lync Meeting. called the gallery. Type your name in the text box, ensure the option to install the Lync Lync Web App provides a rich video experience for meetings. If you have a camera connected to your computer, click to share your video with others in the meeting. A camera is required only to share Web App plug-in update is selected, and click Join the meeting. The plug-in is required to use computer audio. After it’s installed, you can also share your video and programs. There are two layout options to display the pictures and videos being shared. Gallery View displays all the participant pictures and videos while Speaker View displays the picture or video of only an active speaker. When a sharing session starts, a third layout option called Presentation View is available, which displays only the shared content. Click to choose To speed up your entry into future meetings, select the Remember the layout you want. me check box. Depending on how the meeting was set up, you’ll You can also expand the size of the meeting either wait in the lobby or be admitted to the meeting. If you’re in the window to view the meeting stage in greater lobby, only a presenter can admit you to the meeting. All presenters detail. Click immediately enter the meeting. After you’re admitted to the meeting, to go to the full window mode. To return to the normal window size, click the icon again. you can use your computer’s speakers and mic, or a headset to participate in the meeting. Join a Lync Meeting with phone audio In the meeting request, click Join Lync Meeting. Type your name in the text box, ensure the option to install the Lync Web App Plug-in is not selected, and click Join the meeting. After you’re admitted to the meeting, in the Join Meeting Audio dialog box, click Have the meeting call me to enter a phone number where the conference can © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. call you, or click I will dial in to the meeting and call one of the phone numbers listed in the meeting invitation.
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Join a Lync Meeting 1. In the meeting request, click Join Lync Meeting or click Join Online in the meeting reminder. 2. On the Join Meeting Audio window, select one of the options: Lync 2013 Quick Reference Lync ScheduleMeetings a Lync Meeting Use Lync (full audio and video experience) You can use computer audio and video with your computer’s built-in devices, or a headset and camera. You can simply schedule an Lync Meeting by using the Outlook add-in for Lync. 1. Open your Outlook calendar and on the Home tab, click New Lync Meeting. Call me at: Lync calls you at a number you provide. 2. Don’t join audio Select this if you prefer to call in to the meeting audio with a phone. Use the conference numbers and ID in the invitation to dial in. In the meeting request, add recipients, a subject, agenda, and date/time. Do I need a PIN, work number or extension? Not always. Most of the time when you call in to the meeting, you get connected right away. You only need a PIN and extension if: • You’re the leader (Organizer) of the meeting, and calling from a phone that isn’t connected to your account; such as a cell phone. • You’re an attendee, but the meeting is secured and you need to be identified before joining, (referred to as Authenticated caller). When prompted, use your phone dial pad to enter your number and PIN. If you don’t remember your PIN, click Forgot your Dial-in PIN in the meeting request and follow the instructions on the page to reset. © 2013 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. The meeting request contains the meeting link and audio information that the participant can use to join the meeting or conference call. Set meeting options You can customize your meeting options to fit your requirements, meeting type, and the participants. For example, customize access, presenters, video sharing permissions, and so on. In the meeting request, click Meeting Options, then click A new meeting space (I control permissions). • To control meeting access, select an option under These people don’t have to wait in the lobby. • To choose presenters, select an option under Who’s a presenter? • To mute all attendees and prevent them from sharing video, use the options under Do you want to limit participation?
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Join a Lync Meeting 1. In the meeting request, click Join Lync Meeting or click Join Online in the meeting reminder. 2. On the Join Meeting Audio window, select one of the options: Lync 2013 Quick Reference Lync ScheduleMeetings a Lync Meeting Use Lync (full audio and video experience) You can use computer audio and video with your computer’s built-in devices, or a headset and camera. You can simply schedule an Lync Meeting by using the Outlook add-in for Lync. 1. Open your Outlook calendar and on the Home tab, click New Lync Meeting. Call me at: Lync calls you at a number you provide. 2. Don’t join audio Select this if you prefer to call in to the meeting audio with a phone. Use the conference numbers and ID in the invitation to dial in. In the meeting request, add recipients, a subject, agenda, and date/time. Do I need a PIN, work number or extension? Not always. Most of the time when you call in to the meeting, you get connected right away. You only need a PIN and extension if: • You’re the leader (Organizer) of the meeting, and calling from a phone that isn’t connected to your account; such as a cell phone. • You’re an attendee, but the meeting is secured and you need to be identified before joining, (referred to as Authenticated caller). When prompted, use your phone dial pad to enter your number and PIN. If you don’t remember your PIN, click Forgot your Dial-in PIN in the meeting request and follow the instructions on the page to reset. © 2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. The meeting request contains the meeting link and audio information that the participant can use to join the meeting or conference call. Set meeting options You can customize your meeting options to fit your requirements, meeting type, and the participants. For example, customize access, presenters, video sharing permissions, and so on. In the meeting request, click Meeting Options, then click A new meeting space (I control permissions). • To control meeting access, select an option under These people don’t have to wait in the lobby. • To choose presenters, select an option under Who’s a presenter? • To mute all attendees and prevent them from sharing video, use the options under Do you want to limit participation?
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