My class meets on site, and students do not have their own workstations. How will an online presentation work?

 
My class meets on site, and students do not have their own workstations. How will an online presentation work?
 

The most common setup in this situation is for the trainer to create a WebEx event and use audio broadcast. The instructor signs in from the instructor workstation so that the visual portion is projected onto a single screen, and in most cases the instructor's computer also has audio connected to the room's speakers, so the audio broadcast works well in this situation. For questions, we recommend pausing midway through the presentation to allow the instructor to type any questions into chat, and then taking time again at the end for the instructor to pass along any questions. No doubt, this is a challenging setup. We encourage professors in this situation to try to reserve a lab space, and follow steps for situations in which students DO have their own workstations.