This article explains how you can have a sign language interpreter join your Pathable Zoom session.
- For a group video meeting, the interpreter can join just as any other participant. The administrator has the option of setting up a role for the interpreter to give them access to the green room 20 minutes prior to the start time.
- An attendee relying on ASL interpretation has the option to ensure the interpreter is always visible. Once in the session, the attendee can “pin the video” so it is always visible to them. It does not affect a recording or what other viewers will see.
- For a Webinar style presentation, the interpreter must join as a panelist before the start of the session. This can be done by setting up a role for the interpreter.
- Prior to attendees joining the session, the host should "spotlight" the interpreters camera, as well as any other speakers or presenters. The interpreter will be visible to all attendees the entire time.
- Please Note: During a Webinar, if any screen sharing is done while embedded on the Pathable page, attendees will no longer see the interpreter. If you need to have both screen sharing and the interpreter visible we suggest opening the Zoom desktop application.