Zoom is the leader in modern enterprise video communications, with an easy, reliable cloud platform for video and audio conferencing, collaboration, chat, and webinars across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems.
Zoom is available to all students, faculty, and staff with Star ID credentials.
You’ll need to use your StarID username and Password to login into Zoom.
Zoom users can:
- Create a customized personal meeting ID link
- Schedule a Zoom meeting using Outlook
- Collaborate on projects
- Share or annotate on one another’s screens
- Record sessions
- Faculty and staff recordings are saved for 365 days
- Student recordings are saved for 180 days
- Note: Recordings are permanently saved to MediaSpace.
- Connect with almost any laptop, tablet, or device
- Windows, Apple, iOS, iPhone, iPad, Android, Chromebooks, Chrome OS, Linux
- Controlling slides shared by another participant – allows others to control the progression of the presentation without being the person sharing their screen.
- Using Focus Mode – allows hosts and co-hosts to be the only people in a meeting to see participants’ videos or profile pictures when their video is off.
- Stopping all incoming video in a meeting or webinar – allows individuals to disable all incoming video through in-meeting controls to help preserve their bandwidth.
- Ways to Reduce the Likelihood of Zoombombing (Minnesota State System article)
- How to schedule a Zoom meeting in Outlook
- How to schedule, share, and start Zoom meetings from your mobile device
- Meetings and Webinars Comparison
- How to use the Registration option for a Zoom meeting
- How to use the Waiting Room option for a Zoom meeting
- How to configure your audio and video in a Zoom meeting
- How to record a Zoom meeting
- How to share your screen in a Zoom meeting
- How to share and collaboratively annotate a white board in a Zoom meeting
- Document Camera Options in Zoom – Note: The Method 2 instructions say on a Mac, but this will work on a PC as well. You’ll just need to allow a program and then follow the instructions on the screen to Screen Mirror the iPad or iPhone.
- Teaching Online Video Etiquette (ASA Newsletter)
- Incorporating ASL Video in a Zoom Recording