Knowledgebase: Online Lectures
Using Zoom - Instructors

Article Last Updated March 2020

Zoom is a synchronous presentation tool that allows instructors to use video, audio, and screen sharing to interact with students. This article describes the steps instructors will need to follow to get started and use the main functions of the system. While most of the content links out directly to the Zoom support site, it is important for instructors to note that this system is integrated through eClass to facilitate management of students and to provide easy access to recordings. Instructors should also check the Zoom known issues.

 

Getting Started:

Creating and accessing Zoom meetings through eClass 

- This article also includes information on creating your Zoom instructor account through eClass, the available meeting settings, and how to share meeting URLs with external participants.

Review Best Practices for Meeting Delivery 

 

Lecturing and Delivering Content:

Delivering Audio and Video

Sharing Your Screen

Recording Sessions

 

User Interaction:

Changing Participant Permissions

Using the Text Chat

Polling

 

Managing Attendees:

Managing Participants

Managing Large Group Discussions

Using Breakout Rooms for Small Group Discussion

 

For assistance with using the tool, please contact eClass support or consult the known issues.

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