Follow the recommendations below to keep your Zoom Meetings secure and free from disruption. For specific guidance about teaching online using Zoom, see Zoom: Teach Online Class Sessions.
Zoom, an online video conferencing system, is now available to the UMN community! Compare Zoom to Google Hangouts
About this guide
This guide is for anyone who wants to use Zoom for basic teaching, meeting, and learning tasks. For...
A self-help guide for anyone who want to use Zoom for basic teaching, meeting, and learning tasks.
This self-help guide will help anyone who presents at, schedules, or supports online meetings and webinars through Zoom. To learn more about using Zoom for online office hours or smaller meetings, check out Teach, Meet, and Learn with Zoom....
This guide provides some tips to get the most out of your Zoom meeting experience.
- Table of Contents
- Preparing for the Meeting (participants and host)
- Participating in the Meeting (...
A one-page guide to help you get the most out of Zoom meetings
Synchronous class sessions, in which everyone logs in to a web conferencing system at a pre-scheduled time, are one way to create engagement and foster community in your fully online courses. In a synchronous session...
A guide for faculty and instructors hoping to create engagement through online class sessions
Zoom can change the way you teach and interact with learners, by giving you the ability to hold online office hours with learners anywhere in the world on a one-time or recurring basis.
Why hold online office...
Zoom allows you to schedule one-time or recurring online office hours with learners anywhere in the world.
The Zoom for Canvas Integration allows you to start and join Zoom meetings from within Canvas. This article is for UMN faculty and staff who would like to use Zoom together with Canvas.
The Zoom for Canvas Integration allows UMN faculty and staff to start and join Zoom meetings from within Canvas.
Learn about Zoom's restricted access to University data.