Zoom Desktop Conferencing
Zoom has created a one-stop resource with lots of information on how to most effectively use the application in this changed social and educational environment, including demos, tutorials, webinars and articles. Definitely worth a look.
If you're missing the familiar surroundings of the VCU campuses, be sure to check out the library of VCU-themed virtual backgrounds. It's "the next best thing to being there."
Zoom's Professional Training team offers a Zoom Meetings for Education Webinar focusing on the following topics:
- How to download the Zoom application and join a Zoom meeting
- How to schedule a meeting and send out invitations
- Overview of In-meeting controls and Virtual Classroom tools
All VCU uers are welcome to sign up for these trainings.
Consult the VCU Zoom FAQ for pointers on how to make the most of Zoom's capabilities.
Secure Your Zoom Meetings
To help you keep your meetings secure and under your control, VCU's Information Security Office has created a helpful list of Zoom Meeting Security Guidelines. An informative article on the same subject can be found on Zoom's company blog.
If you have a VCU Zoom account, or need to create one, please login at vcu.zoom.us with your VCU credentials.
Zoom accounts are available to anyone with a valid "vcu.edu" eID.
Hospital personnel with "@vcuhealth.org" credentials may acquire and access Zoom accounts at vcuhealth.zoom.us
Test Your Device
To determine if your computing device supports participation in Zoom meetings, use the test link at https://zoom.us/test. You'll be able to test your camera, microphone and speaker before your planned meeting. You don't need an account to run the test.
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