"Zoom for Educators" Recording
Zoom Whiteboard Tips for Teaching and Collaborating in the Classroom
Getting started in Zoom (Student Instructions)
Zoom Classroom Technology Resources
25 Strategies to Engage Students on Your Next Zoom Meeting
Active Learning with Zoom Breakout Rooms
Zoom Breakout Rooms Infographic
6 tips to Keep Students engaged on Zoom
Schedule your Zoom Classes in D2L
Setting up Virtual Office Hours (Hosted In Zoom)
Non-Verbal Feedback during meeting
How To Use Accessibility Features With Zoom
Optimizing a Shared Video Clip in Full Screen
Zoom is an online video-conferencing application that makes it easy to hold impromptu or scheduled meetings, teach online courses, conduct training, and host webinars. Coming together face-to-face on Zoom is as simple as a single touch.
Here are 6 important resources of which you should be aware:
1. Eliminate sign-on issues with Instructions for All Faculty
2. Schedule your Zoom Classes in D2L
3. Inform students how to sign-on with his handy Student Instruction guide
4. Download the handy how-to guides for various Zoom Classroom setups, including Hybrid, Polycom, or Zoom
5. Setting up Office hours with Zoom
6. Check out important tips for Teaching With Zoom and other useful resources in our menu bar on the left.
Zoom releases new versions of the Zoom desktop client and mobile app on a regular basis to offer new features and fix bugs. We recommend updating to the latest version when it is available to receive the best video and audio experience. Check out the following instruction to update Zoom to the latest version.
Breakout rooms allow faculty to seamlessly split a Zoom meeting into separate sessions for small group discussion and collaboration and then bring those sessions back together to resume the large group meeting. Check out the steps to create and implement breakout rooms.