How to Log into the Zoom iOS app with your SAS UPenn Account

All School of Arts and Sciences staff and faculty are eligible for Zoom accounts. More information about Zoom in SAS is available here: https://www.sas.upenn.edu/computing/remote-teaching/zoom. If you haven’t already activated your account, be sure to visit this link: http://zoom.sas.upenn.edu/

Note that students¬†DO NOT need a Zoom account nor to sign into the Zoom app to participate in a meeting — only the meeting host needs an account and to be signed in.

  1. Install the Zoom iOS app on your iPhone or iPad, from the App Store.
  2. Open the app and when signing in, select the SSO option:

  3. Enter “sasupenn”

4. You will then be guided to log in with your Pennkey, which will log you into Zoom.

CPCW 312 Technology Quick Start Guide

CPCW Room 312 is equipped with a large monitor, in-room iMac, VGA and HDMI laptop hookups and a sound bar.

The Short Version:

Order of Operation is key!

1 . Make sure monitor and sound bar are turned OFF. If using a laptop, do not connect until instructed below.
2. Power on the monitor.
3. Select which input you would like to display (PC (in-room iMac), Laptop or Video).
4. If sound bar did not power on with monitor, power it on now. Make sure the “Input” on the sound bar is set to “TV”.
5. If using a laptop, connect it now. If connecting via VGA and using audio, make sure audio cable is plugged in and that the audio output is set to headphones. If connecting via HDMI, no audio cable is necessary but make sure audio output is set to SHARP HDMI.
6. If audio is not playing out of sound bar, unplug the HDMI connection from the in-room iMac or laptop and plug it back in.

 

The Long Version (with images):

1 . Start by making sure the monitor and sound bar are turned OFF.

The monitor is turned off / on via the panel on the wall. The sound bar has a power button on the front right and will light up on the left side when powered on. If planning to connect your laptop to the monitor, do not plug in the VGA or HDMI connection until instructed below.

 

2 . Turn on the monitor by pressing “ON” on the touch panel on the wall.

 

3. If using a laptop, do not plug the VGA or HDMI cable into it yet! First, press which input you would like to display on the screen.

PC: The iMac that sits immediately below the monitor (no additional connections required)
Laptop: Plug in your own laptop into the wall via VGA (and audio cable, if necessary) connection
Video: Plug in your own laptop or device into the wall plate via HDMI connection

 

4. If the Sound bar did not automatically turn on when the monitor was powered on, power it on now by pressing the power button on the front right. If the sound bar is powered on, you will see a green light illuminated above the “Status” on the front left of the sound bar.

 

5. Now, connect your laptop (via VGA or HDMI cable) to the panel box –or– start using the in-room PC (iMac).

Tips On Using the Sound Bar

 

1 . Make sure the soundbar is powered on and that the light above “TV” is illuminated. If “TV” is not illuminated, hit the “Input” button on the front right of the sound bar till it is lit.

 

 

2. If using an HDMI connection, make sure that the sound output on the in-room PC or your laptop is set to “SHARP HDMI”. If using a VGA connection (with the audio cable plugged into your headphone jack), make sure your sound is set to headphones. On a Mac, this is set in System Preferences -> Sound -> Output

 

3. If sound is still coming out of the in-room PC (iMac) or your laptop speakers, unplug your VGA or HDMI cable and plug it back into your laptop.

 

4a. Sound bar volume is controlled by using the buttons on the front of the sound bar.

 

4b. If the sound bar is turned off, monitor volume is controlled by using the volume buttons on the touch panel on the wall.

Classroom 111 Technology Quick Start Guide

Use the instructions below to get started with using the technology in Classroom 111 at CPCW (3808 Walnut). If you need assistance, call 215-898-4947.

Turning On and Using the Monitor

1 . To begin, make sure the small touch screen on the rack is turned on. If not, tap the power button.

 

2. If the system is powered off, you will see this screen. Tap the icon in the center to power on the system. If the system is already powered on, you will see the screen in Step 3.

 

3. Select what you would like to display on the screen:

  • In-room PC (hit the SPACE BAR to wake up the computer and log in with your Pennkey)
  • BluRay Player
  • Laptop (if you select laptop, see note below)

 

If you selected “Laptop”…

There is a VGA and HDMI cable attached to the rack. Plug one of them into your laptop. On the touchscreen, make sure to select either “VGA” or “HDMI” accordingly.

VGA only: If you need audio, plug the provided audio cable into the headphone jack of your laptop as well. HDMI connections do not require the use of the audio cable.

 

 

Volume Control

To control the volume levels, use the UP and DOWN arrows on the bottom right of the touch screen.

If you are using your own laptop with a VGA connection, you will need to connect the available audio cable to your headphone jack.

For best results, make sure the volume on the in-room PC or your laptop is turned UP.

 

Powering Off the System

1 . To shut down the system, tap the “System Off” button on the bottom left of the touch screen.

 

2. Confirm you want to power off the system by pressing the button in the center of the touch screen.