Using ZOOM in a General Purpose Classroom
Description: This document will help you use ZOOM in a General Purpose Classroom.
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Zoom Meetings and Webinars compared
Description: All current faculty, staff, and students can host Zoom Meetings with maximum of 100 participants, which includes those hosting the meeting. Zoom Meetings allow greater collaboration among all meeting participants. Meeting hosts can allow participants to turn on their video and audio, screen share, and use the meeting whiteboard. Participants can also view the list of […]
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How many individuals can participate in a UNC Zoom meeting?
Description: Up to 100 participants can participate in a standard UNC Zoom Meeting, including hosts. Contact your department’s IT support if you have a need to accommodate a larger number of participants.
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Logging into the Zoom Meeting Client with UNC SSO
Description: 1. If you do not have the Zoom Meeting Client software installed, Start by going to unc.zoom.us and click the Download Client at the bottom of the page.  Note: The Zoom Meeting Client software can also be found at the Zoom Download Center. 2. Once the Zoom Meeting Client is installed, open the client. Click Sign […]
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I’d like to use additional Zoom features that aren’t enabled for my user account.
Description: If you are interested in using a Zoom feature that is not enabled for your account, contact your School or Department’s local IT support.
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Moving to Zoom from Blackboard Collaborate or Collaborate Ultra
Description: Overview Zoom web conferencing provides the same functionality available in Blackboard Collaborate (including breakout rooms) with improved usability and additional features:  Display of up to 25 video feeds at once in gallery view Simultaneous view of presenter video feed and shared screen (not available in Collaborate Ultra)  Sharing of host’s computer audio (useful for sharing external video resources […]
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How do I invite students in my Sakai course to a Zoom meeting?
Description: When you schedule a Zoom meeting, a Join Url is created, along with invitation text that includes connection information. You can get this information from My Meetings when you Schedule a New Meeting or by clicking the Topic (name) of an already-scheduled meeting. You can also access this information while in a Zoom meeting from by […]
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Creating an “always open” Zoom meeting for your Sakai site
Description: Log into https://unc.zoom.us with your Onyen and password. Open My Meetings, and select Schedule a New Meeting. Enter a meeting name and description. Select Recurring Meeting. Select No Fixed Time from the Recurrence options. Under Meeting Options, select Enable join before host. WARNING: DO NOT SELECT options Use Personal Meeting ID or Record the meeting […]
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How do I restrict access to a Zoom meeting?
Description: When you schedule or edit a meeting, you can require registration or require a meeting password. For more recommendations, please refer to Zoom’s suggestions for securing meetings.
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My Zoom account was created before Aug 4, 2018. Will I need a new UNC Zoom account?
Description: Note: Kenan-Flagler faculty, staff, and students should continue to use Kenan-Flagler’s Zoom portal. You won’t need to create a new account. If the email address associated with your Zoom account is yourOnyen@email.unc.edu, you can use your existing account and log into Zoom through the UNC-CH Zoom portal with your Onyen and password. (How do I look up my Zoom email address?) If your […]
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