Zoom improves student outcomes with secure video communication services for hybrid classrooms, office hours, and more. Instructors and students access Zoom through the course navigation button in a Canvas course.
How can I use Zoom in teaching?
- Conduct real-time lectures for an online class (or as an alternative to coming to campus during inclement weather).
- Bring in virtual guest speakers, either in an online class or a face-to-face class (send your guest speaker the link and log in during class time).
- Have students give presentations or perform demonstrations.
- Have students gather in breakout groups during a session.
- Have students respond to polls during a session.
- Host virtual study sessions, virtual office hours or group meetings.
What is unique about Zoom?
- Expand traditional classrooms with video communications to meet the needs of today’s students.
- Increase student participation and learning retention with virtual and hybrid classrooms and micro-learning.;
- Enhanced collaboration features such as one-click content sharing, real-time co-annotation, and digital whiteboarding.
- Record classes and lessons to allow students to learn at their own pace.
- Ensure that everyone can participate equitably with closed captioning and keyboard shortcuts.
Zoom requires a program download to your computer. Zoom will run in your web browser and on almost any internet connection. View complete information at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/201362023.
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Modified on: Wed, Mar 11, 2020 at 2:57 PM