The University of Minnesota has licenses for all current faculty, students, and staff to hold online meetings.
Students, faculty, and staff can host meetings for up to 300 people.
Faculty and staff can host webinars for up to 500 people.
A limited number of licenses are available to Faculty and staff to host webinars for up to 1,000 people.
Students, faculty, and staff who are part of the HCC (Health Care Component) will be assigned to a modified instance of Zoom, in order to preserve best practices around Protected Health Information. Note: If you are part of the HCC, you will need to take a very brief training before you can access your Zoom account. Access this training by going to zoom.umn.edu and clicking Log In.
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Zoom, an online video conferencing system, is now available to the UMN community! Compare Zoom to Google Hangouts
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As the host, you can control who meeting or webinar participants are allowed to chat with. You can also disable the chat for all participants or disable private chat, so participants cannot send private messages.