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Zoom is an easy-to-use web classroom platform that allows for real-time video and screen sharing to hold live class sessions at a distance.
Zoom is an easy-to-use web classroom platform that allows for real-time video and screen sharing to hold live class sessions at a distance.
This article describes how to use Zoom to record directly to the 'cloud' via Kaltura.
This article is an overview of Zoom, the UNH web conferencing software.
This article will cover some of the best practices for managing attendees in your meeting.
This article will explain how to use Kaltura Capture to Record a Zoom Meeting using a HIPAA Account
Zoom has automatic closed captioning available in English. This article will review how to turn automatic closed captioning service on for your use as a host and as a user. Note: These automatic captions are generated by machine learning algorithms, so the quality of the captions may vary.
This article describes how to record the Zoom participant gallery view instead of the active speaker window. This can be done when screen sharing or viewing the gallery during a group discussion.
This article provides information on using the Self-Selected Breakout Room functionality in Zoom.
This article shows how to sign in to Zoom with your USNH Single Sign On (SSO) username and passphrase. Many Zoom meetings now require you to sign in with your USNH username and passphrase before you can access the meeting. For the best meeting experience, always make sure you sign in to Zoom before starting or joining a meeting.
This article provides two recommendations for using Zoom to identify class session attendance.
Zoom meetings will have a Waiting Room enabled by default. There are now three options for users regarding Waiting Rooms, this article will outline all three options.
This video walks you through using Zoom breakout rooms for online instruction.
This article contains step by step instructions on becoming familiar and using Zoom equipment in the classroom.
This article explains how the end-user can move recordings from Zoom to Kaltura if the automated migration process fails following a cloud recording session.