Note: For all teachers, please
- Upgrade your Lark app for Desktop app.
- Make sure that your device is properly connected to the internetDesktop app
- Test your camera before starting a course to make sure that both the camera and the microphone function properly.
I. Start an online course
1. Download Lark and get logged in
Go to Lark download pageyour be ed
Note: Administrators shall complete the initialization setup in Lark admin interface and enter the information of faculty members and students. For specific administrator actions, see Admin | Use the Contacts feature
2. Create a course group
Click the icon of the message list and select New Group. Select a group profile photo members to group, and then click Create.
To learn more about how to create a group, click Messenger | Create a group
3. Initialize an online course
You can start a course online through one of the following two methods
Method 1: Start a video course
First, create a group f teacher and students. Then click the camera icon corner, and click New Meeting to start a video course in the group.
Alternatively, you can click the + icon on homepage and ew eeting.
Note: You need to authorize Lark to access the microphone and camera of your current device when initiating or joining a meeting for the first time.
After you have launched a video course, you can invite students, assistants or other teachers to the course through one of the following three methods
- Search for contacts in the search box.
- Click the s.
- The meeting ID is displayed at the top left corner. You can click it to copy and share the meeting ID to other contacts or groups.
Method 2: Start a live course
- In a video meeting, the teacher can click Start Live Meeting to quickly start a live course. All members in the video meeting will receive an alert saying "The current live meeting is already started". You can click ... End Live Meeting and confirm the action to end the live course.
After a live course started, you can invite students to the class.
The teacher can copy and share the URL of the live course, and all participants in a live course have access to the live course URL. You can click .. Copy in the action bar to forward the URL to students.
II. Deliver a course using audio-video features
You can choose one of the following three modes to deliver a course
1. Deliver a course by screen sharing
In a video course, participants can click the Share icon to share their own desktop or app window.
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2. Deliver a course by document sharing
You can share a document in Lark during an online course. ocument sharing features highlight the following advantages:
- Tracking of the presenter's view: Students can select View with presenter to closely follow the presenter's mouse and explanations in the document.
- Free view: Students can click View on your own whenever they wish to view the document at their own pace.
- Real-time collaborative editing: With View on your own option, the teacher and students can simultaneously edit the document being shared on the screen.
- Teachers can changeall shared
When Readable while being shared only is selected, the document
When Readable is selected, the shared document is readable even after the sharing session is over.
To learn more about document sharing features, click Calls & Meetings | Share Docs in calls and video meetings
III. Common actions in video courses
1. Mute all / Unmute all
The meeting host can click the Host controls button to mute or unmute all microphones.
After the presenter selects Mute all, the microphones of all participants will be muted.
After the presenter selects Unmute all, the previously muted participants will receive a prompt
Note: The meeting initiator is assigned as the meeting host. If the host leaves the meeting, the system will automatically assign a new host.
2. Transfer the meeting host or remove a participant
3. Lock a meeting
The meeting locking feature serves to enhance the security of a video meeting. You can click the Host controls button and then click Lock meeting to lock a meeting.
The available features and permissions of participants will change after a meeting is locked.
Host: The host can invite teachers or students to join a meeting by calling users, but they cannot invite others by sharing the meeting card.
Other participants: will be to use the Invite and hence cannot invite others to the course.
Q: How can I transfer the host permissions?
Mobile : You can click the Participants button, tap the desired participant and select Make host.
Q: How can I share the screen in a meeting?
A: Any participant can click the Share in the action bar to share his or her own desktop or a window, or directly share a document in Lark.
Q: When I shared my screen, the embedded videos in the PPT file for presentation were very choppy. How can I solve the problem?
A: The screen sharing feature only supports a lower frame rate at present. We will improve the feature shortly.
Q: Can I see which students spoke and joined in-class interactions after a course is over? Is there a text list available so that I can gain a plain view of participants?
A: This feature is not available for the time being, but we will support in-meeting chatting and hands-up features at a later stage. Please stay with us.
Q: Why can't other participants hear the video sound when I played a video on my shared screen?
A: We will support the sound sharing feature of individual devices during screen sharing at a later stage. Please stay with us.