Zoom brings video conferencing, online meetings and group messaging into one easy-to-use application. Zoom can help keep your class going if you or your students have a situation that keeps you from meeting in person. Synchronous online class sessions, where everyone joins a Zoom meeting at a scheduled time, is one way to create engagement when students are remote, but Zoom can also be used to support other teaching and learning scenarios. Zoom can be used on laptops, desktops, tablets, and phones giving students many ways to access the class session.

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Getting Started

Logging in, launching the Zoom application, and getting Zoom support

Zoom in the Classroom

Consent to be recorded, Zoom on a podium, and Kaltura information

Engaging with Zoom

You can use the features of Zoom to guide different types of interactive activities. These activities offer variety to break up a long class session, and they offer different means of expression.

Technical Issues

Best Practices and System Requirements

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