Steps to begin using Zoom like a pro
Basic Tutorial for how to teach online using Zoom:
Note: Only hosts and co-hosts can start a cloud recording. If you want a participant to start a recording, you can make them a co-host or use local recording. Recordings started by co-hosts will still appear in the host's recordings in the Zoom web portal.
To record a meeting to the cloud:
Breakout rooms allow you to split your Zoom meeting in up to 50 separate sessions. The meeting host can choose to split the participants of the meeting into these separate sessions automatically or manually, and can switch between sessions at any time.
You can also share Participating in Breakout Rooms with your meeting participants for some information on using breakout rooms as a participant.
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Note: Users joined into the Zoom meeting from the Zoom Mobile App or H.323/SIP devices can participate in breakout rooms, but cannot manage them. Users joined via the web client, Chromebooks/Chrome OS or Zoom Rooms are unable to join Breakout Rooms, but the main room can be used as an alternative session for these users.
Note: You can also pre-assign participants to breakout rooms when you schedule the meeting instead of managing them during the meeting.
To assign participants to your rooms, select Assign next to the room you wish to assign participants to and select participants you want to assign to that room. Repeat this for each room.
Once a participant has been assigned (manually or automatically), the number of participants will show in place of the Assign button.
After manually or automatically assigning participants to rooms, you can rearrange the participants. Participants who are not assigned to breakout sessions will remain in the main meeting when the rooms are started.
Once the Breakout Rooms have been started, the participants will be asked to join the Breakout Session. The host will stay in the main meeting until joining a session manually. If a participant has not joined the session yet, it will be noted by (not joined) next to their name.
Participants in breakout rooms can request that the meeting host join their meeting by clicking Ask for Help.
The host will be prompted to join the room where the request originated from. Click Join Breakout Room to join the room.
The host can broadcast a message to all breakout rooms to share information with all participants.
From the Zoom Support Page
You can also create a poll by clicking Polling during the meeting. This will open up your default web browser where you can add additional polls or questions.
Note: You can only create a max of 25 polls for a single meeting.
You can download a report of the poll results after the meeting. If registration was turned on and the poll was not anonymous, it will list the participants' names and email addresses. If registration was not on, it will show the results, but list the users as "Guest". If the poll was anonymous, it will show "anonymous" for the participants' names and email addresses. Learn more.
From the Zoom Support Page
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How to Migrate your Class from Blackboard
To go online using Canvas and you are wanting to move your course materials out of Blackboard, ITS has maintained a "read-only" archive for Blackboard courses. Materials can still be accessed until July 2021, but it requires a request to IT to access materials.
To make this request to access old Blackboard course materials, follow the ITS instructions provided at Blackboard is Read-Only.
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