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Below is an overview of Zoom at NDSU.
Zoom allows users to create and join virtual meeting rooms where they can communicate with each other using video, and audio. Additional features can give hosts and participants the ability to share their screen, share files, and use text chat within the meeting group or privately with others in the meeting.
NDSU has a campus-wide license for all students, faculty and staff which is tied to NDSU credentials. Zoom can be used on desktop/laptop computers and mobile devices (including smart phones and tablets). A user can install the app on their desktop and mobile device. Meetings can hold up to 300 people and capability to record is available.
Users will log into Zoom at https://ndsu.zoom.us/ and use their NDUS credentials.
Learn More/How To's
- Zoom - Screen sharing a PowerPoint presentation
- Zoom - Meeting Roles
- Zoom - Cloud Recording Access Restrictions
- Zoom - Breakout Rooms
- Zoom - Creating Breakout Rooms from Poll Results
- Zoom - Switch Between Accounts
- Zoom Rooms
Using Zoom in Teaching and Learning
After activating your account the next step in using Zoom as a delivery method for your course is to decide where to best place Zoom sessions. The recommendation is to create your class sessions in Blackboard. If already created in the Zoom web portal, import the session(s) into Blackboard. This provides students with a link to each of the class sessions and recordings within their Blackboard course site.
Teaching with Zoom (Faculty)
- Zoom - Using Zoom in Blackboard
- Zoom - Attendance Report for Meeting Hosts
- Zoom - Polls & Surveys
- Zoom - Allowing Participants to Screen Share During Zoom Meetings