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See [https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/categories/200101697 Zoom's Help Center] for instructions
 
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====Zoom and large classes====
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===Zoom and Special A/V Requirements===
If you have more complex requirements, such as large classes that require additional audio/video, please make a support request with Electronic Media.
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If you have more complex requirements, such as a large classroom that requires additional audio/video, please make a support request with Electronic Media.
  
 
===Zoom Alternatives===
 
===Zoom Alternatives===

Revision as of 11:37, 27 February 2020

Zoom provides simplified video conferencing, screen sharing and messaging across any device.

Getting Started

Zoom is free for anyone invited to attend a meeting. If you'd like to host a meeting for your class or college-related business, you will need to request a Zoom license from the Tech Support Center by submitting a help ticket.

Using Zoom

See Zoom's Help Center for instructions

Zoom and Special A/V Requirements

If you have more complex requirements, such as a large classroom that requires additional audio/video, please make a support request with Electronic Media.

Zoom Alternatives

If your class is using Canvas, Conferences are a built-in video conferencing tool. To learn more about Canvas Conferences see: Communicating in Canvas.




Keywords: web conferencing