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When you present a poll, you can see the results privately and then choose to share the results to all in the meeting. You can also run a report at the end to show what everyone answered.

Learn more about managing attendees. Breakout rooms are a feature that is enabled by default in the toolbar of Zoom. It allows you to break your total attendees into separate Zoom sessions for an amount of time. The groups can be made manually or automatically on the fly.

Once you send everyone into a breakout room, the host and co-host can pop in to one breakout room at a time to see how things are going or to assist students.

Note: Breakout rooms are not included in the Zoom cloud recording. Students placed in the breakout room can record the breakout room session locally to their device. Breakout Rooms can be created once in a meeting. You can have Zoom randomly assign students into a desired amount of rooms or you can manually assign which participants are in each room.

Zoom also has the ability to pre-assign breakout rooms before a Zoom meeting begins though this feature only exist outside of Canvas. If you choose to use this feature, please follow the instructions below.

When your students join, it will pair them with the emails you pre-assigned. If you see anyone left over not assigned, you can assign them to a room manually. Learn more about breakout rooms. Virtual background is a feature that can replace your background behind you when sharing your webcam with a static image or video. Not all computers meet the required technical specifications to use this feature.

You would simple start this meeting, continue working on your computer, and would hear the doorbell when a student enters so that you can attend to their questions.

This will allow everyone from multiple classes to join into the same meeting. Instructors can also have students email you or book a time with you in some other format Microsoft bookings , excel sheet sign up, Canvas Calendar appointment groups and have one-on-one meetings with students through Zoom.

See more information on sharing your screen. When choosing to share your screen there are two checkboxes at the bottom you should consider enabling. If you have already started sharing your screen you can find these option in the 3 dots More button the toolbar. Private chat means a participant of a Zoom meeting can chat privately with another participant without the host knowing. Right now Hosts are the only ones that can privately chat with a participant.

Participants can only chat with everyone in the room or the host. This allows private chat for all future meetings you schedule and host. Attendance in a Zoom meeting is accessible as a Usage Report. A Zoom Usage Report displays how many and who attended the meeting.

Learn more about Pulling Zoom reports. Additionall, instructors can also pull reports from Zoom in Canvas if the meeting was scheduled there. Is Zoom secure? Can an unwanted user join my meeting? Any user that has the join link to your Meeting can join in. Avoid publicly posting your meeting link, especially your personal meeting room link.

Other security measures are shown below. This makes it so that users trying to join by typing a meeting ID in will also have to know the password. Users joining from Canvas or by clicking a join link will not have to know the meeting password. This settings is automatically turned on for all users on the UAB eLearning account. This makes it so that users joining your meeting do not immediately join the room but see a screen letting them know the host will let them in soon.

The host of the meeting is notified when someone is in the meeting room and can admit them in or message them privately. This feature is turned on for all meetings by default, but can be unchecked if desired. This option is great to turn on for your personal meeting room. Once a meeting starts, the host can lock the meeting found in the participants tab. This prevents anyone from joining even if they have the join link and password. If an unwanted person were to join your meeting or a student were to misbehave in a Zoom session, the host can remove participants from a meeting.

Note that this user will be unable to join the same meeting. By default, all users can share their screen in a Zoom meeting. You can restrict the ability to share a screen to just the host once in the meeting or in your account settings for all future meetings if desired. How do I record my Zoom meeting?

You can start recording once a meeting has started or set a meeting to automatically record when scheduling the meeting. Finally, users can set all meetings to be recorded for their account. Users have the ability to record to the cloud or locally to their machine. Meetings recorded to the cloud are deleted after 30 days from Zoom servers.

Zoom meetings are automatically sent to Kaltura My Media and are not deleted from Kaltura. Learn how to share Kaltura videos in or out of Canvas here. Users can share videos through Kaltura in Canvas.

Users can also share videos with users outside of Canvas using mediaspace. Instructors can publish chosen recordings by clicking the publish toggle in the Zoom Cloud Recordings tab in Canvas. The meeting will NOT be available after 30 days. Users can get the recording link from the Recordings tab at uab. The recording will not be available after 30 days.

Do I need an account? Students do not need a Zoom account in order to join Zoom meetings by default. Just click the Join button beside the meeting title in Canvas, or the join link provided by your instructor. More information can be found in our Student Zoom Guide.

Students are provisioned a basic account that allows them to schedule and host meetings with up to participants and is limited to 40 minutes in length. Students can schedule an unlimited amount of meetings. If students still need to meet longer than 40 minutes, fill out the UA system account request form.

Alternatively, students can take advantage of other video conferencing tools such as Microsoft Teams that does not have a time limit on meetings. Students can record meetings they host locally to their computer. Meaning a MP4 file will be available on their device once the meeting is completed. Please follow the steps below if you need technical support after reviewing the information, guides, and FAQ’s above.

If Zoom’s technical support could not fix your issue and the answer to your issue cannot be found in the information, guides, and FAQ’s on this page, please contact UAB’s local support option for your type Zoom of account.

Instructors and students who still need help after reviewing the resources on this page or contacting Zoom technical support can request support from UAB eLearning using the link below. Was this information helpful? Yes No Invalid Input We’re glad this information helped. Thanks for letting us know. We take your feedback very seriously. Search Go. Canvas Login. Technical Support. Home Academic Technologies Zoom. Allows for high-quality recordings of meetings and downloading of those recordings as MP4 files A full-featured app for iOS and Android.

How to Access Zoom. Students Basic Accounts: Up to participants Limited to 40 minute meetings When three or more participants join Unlimited amount of meetings Record to local machine Students that need to meet longer than 40 minutes, they can fill out the UA system account request form.

Zoom Downloads. Download Zoom. Search Zoom Knowledgebase. Zoom FAQ. Host: The user that scheduled the meeting. They have full permissions to manage the meeting. There can only be one host of a meeting. Co-hosts: Shares most of the controls that hosts have, allowing the co-host to manage the administrative side of the meeting, such as managing attendees. The host must assign a co-host during the meeting.

Co-hosts cannot start a meeting. If a host needs someone else to start the meeting, they can assign an alternative host. Alternative hosts: Shares the same controls as co-hosts, but can also start the meeting. Hosts can assign alternative hosts when they schedule a meeting. Think of webinars like a virtual lecture hall or auditorium.

Webinars are ideal for large audiences or events that are open to the public. Typically, webinar attendees do not interact with one another. Though Zoom provides options for you to get more social with your attendees, your average webinar has one or a few people speaking to an audience. UAB eLearning offers various levels of support that range from simply providing you the webinar license for you to use to hosting your event virtually and providing training, technical support, and instructional design services.

Fill out our Virtual Event Support form and one of our team members will reach out to discuss all of our service options. Go to uab. Type in your BlazerID and Password if prompted. If asked, click “Switch to the New Account” option. Click the “Confirm your email address” button when prompted.

An email will be sent to your UAB email address from no-reply zoom. It may take a few minutes. Click the “Switch to the new account button” found in the email.

Click the “I Acknowledge and Switch” button, when prompted. Reattempt to access the Zoom tab in Canvas. Type in BlazerID and Password if prompted. Once that process is complete, attempt to access Zoom inside Canvas again. If you would like to turn off this automatic email notification, follow these directions. Log in to uab. Click Settings , then click Email Notification.

You can schedule a Zoom meeting through various methods: Zoom tab in Canvas: If you are scheduling a meeting for your students to attend. The best method is to schedule the meeting within Canvas using the Zoom tab in your course. The meeting will be available to your students automatically and does not require you to send any invitations out. Use our Instructor Guide to Canvas to learn more. Zoom website uab. When your meeting is saved, you will be presented several methods of inviting users to that meeting including calendar invitations, a join link, or a full invitation.

Zoom App: Meetings can be scheduled in the Zoom application on your computer or mobile phone. Use our Zoom app guide to learn more. Extensions: Meetings can be scheduled using one of the various extensions available for Outlook, Chrome, or FireFox. Download extensions. Access one of the above methods and click Schedule a Meeting.

Check Recurring Meeting. Edit the recurrence. This includes the number of times the meeting occurs and how often it occurs. Note: Recurring meetings can have a maximum of 50 occurrences. If you need more than 50 occurrences, you can use the No Fixed Time option. If registration is required and the meeting is recurring, specify one of the following options: Attendees register once and can attend any of the occurrences: Registrants can attend all of the occurrences.

All dates and times of the meeting will be listed and the registrant will be registered for all occurrences. Attendees need to register for each occurrence to attend: Registrants need to register separately for each occurrence to attend.

They can only choose one date and time on the registrant page. Attendees register once and can choose one or more occurrences to attend: Registrants register once and can choose one or more occurrences to attend.

They will need to select which dates and times they would like to attend and they will only be registered for those occurrences.

They can choose multiple options. Click Save. Finish selecting the meeting options and click Schedule. Option 2 – Schedule outside of Canvas and paste the Join information in the Canvas course You can schedule one meeting outside of Canvas at uab.

Option 3 – Schedule one of the meetings in one of the Canvas Shells and provide other courses join information You can schedule the Zoom meeting in one of your Canvas courses and then grab the join link or full invitation from that meeting and place that information in the other Canvas courses on a page, syllabus, announcement, etc.

Option 4 — Consider Cross-listing Courses If you have several Canvas course shells for a course that meets at the same time, one option is to consider cross-listing your Canvas course shells into 1 course shell, especially if each group of students complete the same work but just have different due dates.

You can also use registration to collect information before a meeting begins and be able to send event reminders and follow up emails To require registration: Choose a method to access Zoom and Click Schedule a Meeting. Click the box beside Registration. If you are in Canvas, you will need to save the meeting and login to uab. If you are already in uab. When Join Before Host is on, the host can join the meeting without being logged in. If you are the host, but do not have host controls such as recording, leave the meeting and login in the Zoom application.

Start the meeting again from your Meetings list. If one meeting is running and someone tries to start a second meeting with join before host on scheduled by the same host: If started by a Zoom Room, the second meeting will start and close the first meeting without warning. If started by the host, they will have the option to close the first meeting and start the second.

If started by a participant, they will receive a message that the host has another meeting in progress. If Waiting Room is turned on in your meeting settings, Join Before Host will not work for your meetings. If you would like the meeting to be recorded without the host attending, you will need to turn on Automatic Cloud recording for the meeting.

Requirements of Alternative Host Both the host and alternative host have to have Pro Licenses cannot add students as alternative hosts. Must use uab. All attendees automatically have this ability.

If you want allow the meeting to be started without you, you can edit your scheduled meeting to allow join before host. Note: Anyone who click the join link will start the meeting. Option 1: Scheduling Privileges Users can give other individuals permissions to schedule meetings for them. Prerequisites You and the person you want to schedule meetings for have to be on the same account UA system and UAB eLearning are different accounts.

You and the assigned scheduler must be assigned as Licensed pro account, not basic. Set up Instructions The user that wants to give the permission for someone to schedule for them should follow these instructions: Sign in to the Zoom web portal. Enter one or more email addresses in the window, separated with a comma.

Click Assign. Option 2: Alternative Host You can also put someone as alternative host for your meeting. Option 3: Enable Join before Host This allows anyone who has the join link to start the meeting. Please note that meetings can only be imported into 1 Canvas course.

Locate the scheduled Zoom meeting and copy the Meeting ID. Go to desired Canvas course and click the Zoom tab in the course navigation. Click the 3 dots at the top right and select Import Meeting. Paste or type in the meeting ID of the meeting you want to be available to this course.

Students in this course can then access and join the meeting from Canvas. Save the meeting. Check that your Time Zone is correct.

To change it click Edit to change your time zone, date format, and time format. Settings Meeting Settings allows you to change default settings and enable, or disable, features for your meetings. Click Settings on the left menu. Click the Meeting tab and look at the Schedule Meeting section.

The host and participants can use the in-meeting controls to enable or disable their video. Toggle ON the Join before host option to allow participants to join the meeting before the host arrives. By default, Only authenticated users can join meetings is enabled. This is a security measure to restrict access to only authenticated Zoom logins and Macquarie OneId users. Toggle ON the Mute participants upon entry to automatically mute all participants when they join the meeting. Scroll down to the In Meeting Basic section.

Decide if you want to allow participants by default to use Chat and Private Chat. Decide if you want to allow File Transfer during meetings through the in-meeting chat. Toggle ON the Screen Sharing to allow the host and participants to share their screen or content during meetings. Select All Participants for Who can share? Select Host only for Who can start sharing when someone else is sharing?

Toggle ON the Annotation to allow participants to use annotation tools to add information to shared screens. Toggle ON the Whiteboard to allow participants to share whiteboard during a meeting. Toggle ON the Remote control to allow during screen sharing, the person who is sharing can allow other to control the shared content. Scroll down to the In Meeting Advanced section. Toggle ON the Breakout room to allow host to split meeting participants into separate, smaller groups.

Decide if you want to allow participants to replace their background with a Virtual background. These are the default settings that we recommend using in Zoom. Click the Recording tab. Toggle ON the Local recording if you would like to save the mp4 file of the recording saved to your computer. Toggle ON the Cloud recording to send all your recordings directly to Echo under my My Content as in the example below. If enabling Cloud recording, decide which other settings under Cloud recording you would like to set as the default.

If you are using cloud recording to automatically add your Zoom recordings to your Echo library, you will need to Toggle off the Require password to access shared cloud recordings setting. If you leave this setting turned on a password will be required to access your recordings and your recordings will stop automatically appearing in your Echo library. Who was present during my Zoom meeting? Fill in the meeting Topic, Date, Time and Duration. Tick Registration.

Choose from the remaining Meeting Options. Tick Only authenticated users can join if you intend to use a Zoom report with gradebook by matching student email addresses. Click Save. Registration Options In this section you can configure the registration process by changing the approval type, registration questions, and some additional registration settings.

After you have saved the meeting scroll down to the bottom of the page and click Edit. Click the Questions tab. Tick any additional fields you would like participants to fill in and Save All. Click the Custom Questions tab. Click New Question to create your own questions you will like participants to fill in and Save All. Register for a meeting Click on the link to the meeting where you will be prompted to add in your Name and Email Address.

Click Usage. The details of the meeting appear. Click on the number for Participants to view the report. From here you have the you can see what time participants joined and left the meeting.

You can also see the number of minutes the participants were logged into the meeting. Click Export to create a csv file. Click back on Reports.

Click Meeting. Tick the meeting you which to view and click Generate. Choose the Registration Type and Continue. A CSV file is created listing all participants details. Allowing non-Macquarie participants The setting for Only authenticated users can join meetings is enabled by default.

Untick Only authenticated users can join. This will enable attendance from non-MQ users, with or without a valid login to Zoom. Participants will only need the meeting ID to join the meeting. Use of waiting rooms If you are holding a meeting with non-MQ users, with or without a valid login to Zoom, participants will only need the meeting ID to join the meeting. You can permanently enable waiting rooms or enable waiting rooms when required. To enable this setting for all participants, enable the feature and select the All participants option.

To enable this setting only for participants without a valid login to Zoom, enable the feature and select the Guest participants only option. Please note that if Waiting room in enabled, the option for attendees to join the meeting before the host arrives is automatically disabled. Tick Enable waiting room which means that participants cannot join a meeting until a host admits them individually from the waiting room.

To enable a Waiting Room during a meeting: Even if the feature was turned off before the start of the meeting. During the meeting click on the Security icon at the bottom of the screen. Tick to Enable waiting rooms.

Breakout rooms Zooming through Breakout Rooms. Polls Using Polls in Zoom meetings. Lock a meeting Once a Zoom meeting has started and all participants have arrived, as an additional security measure, it might be practical to lock the meeting room from further participants joining the meeting. Security Icon The Security icon in the meeting controls allows the host or co-host of a meeting to enable or disable options during a meeting to secure the meeting and minimize disruption during the meeting.

The Security icon combines all these options in one place for easy access during the meeting. Hide Profile Picture : Enable or disable participants profile picture. Share Screen : Allows participants to start Screen Shares. Chat : Allows participants to use the chat function. Sharing Zoom recordings through Echo This guide details 2 options for making Zoom recordings available to your students via Echo Note that only you can see your Zoom recordings in the Echo Library until you choose to share them by completing the following steps.

Click the Echo block link. From the Echo recording list page click the small Echo logo at the top left of the page.

This is your Echo Library. Click My Content. The Zoom recording will appear on this list. Note that the video must be processed fully before carrying out step 6. Select a Course , Term and Section. Choose New Class. Enter a Class Name. Optionally choose a start date and time. Optionally set availability dates to control when students can access the recording. Click Share. For co-taught units, carry out step 6 and 7 again to add the same recording to additional units.

The recording will appear on the list with the class name entered in step 7. Click New Class. Enter a Name for the recording. Optionally assign a date and time this does not control the recording availability to students. Click OK. The newly created class will now appear on the list. We will upload the Zoom video file to this class. Choose Upload a file. Allow time for the video file to upload.

Once complete the video will begin to process and a grey progress icon is shown until processing is complete. Automatically sharing Zoom meeting recordings into your Echo unit page Echo allows you to map your existing scheduled Zoom meetings into existing Echo courses. To map your Zoom meetings open the Echo block link in any of your iLearn units.

Use the drop down menu to map any number of Zoom meetings to an Echo course. Click Save All Changes at the bottom of the page. Even when mapped, scheduled Zoom meetings are not displayed on the Echo course page until AFTER each Zoom meeting has concluded and the Zoom cloud recording has been automatically transferred across to Echo Zoom tips Zoom is our preferred web conferencing platform for online video communication and collaboration.

Invite guest lecturers to your tutorials for interviews, presentations and conversations. Record these sessions for further use as instructional content. Provide visual meeting space for students outside of regular class time and for online courses. Provide virtual consultation hours.

Tips for Tutorials Setting recommendations: Require Class Registration – When setting up your meeting not available in the app – This option will save the list of participants who attended your session, similar to a roll call. In-session recommendations: Require Self-Identification – It is not always possible for the instructor or the students to see who is talking.

Set a Standard of Etiquette Some items to consider are: Students mute their mic if they are not speaking note: you can mute participants if you are the host. Explain to students how to ask questions or interrupt i.

Avoid side conversations, shuffling paper, tapping pens, non-essential noise of any kind. This can be picked up very easily on microphones and make it hard for the remote locations to hear the main conversation.

Refrain from chewing gum, eating and drinking. Show that you are listening to others at the remote site by nodding your head. Direct questions or comments to a particular person at the remote site, by stating their name to gain their attention. Pilot using the tools Before using the functions with students, practice using them with a colleague.

Practice being both the student and the host as there are minor variations in the role functions. Ensure students know how to use required functions before commencing your main activities. This can be purposeful, For example: To practice using breakout rooms: Assign students to break-out rooms with the task of introducing themselves to their peers in their breakout room. To practice using chat: Ask students to instant message their expectations for the session.

Teaching on Camera Arrive in the virtual space and local room if that pertains a few minutes early to test all video and audio connections. If you have a teaching assistant ensure they have been granted co-host permissions by clicking on their name in the “Manage Participants” tab, ensure that they know the plan for your session and the level of assistance that will be needed.

Mute your microphone when you are not speaking for longer durations of time. Speak as you would in a traditional face-to-face class. When delivering a presentation, sharing images, files or video, remember to allow for a potential second transmission delay. Pause after the end of your comments and allow time for students to respond before continuing to the next discussion or visual. Pedagogy and Collaboration Ideas Consider the following ideas when preparing to teach via video conferencing.

Always have and share a concise plan. Consider providing an agenda for tutorials so that students can clearly see how the class is going to progress. Teach to your lesson plan or agenda and be mindful of allotted time in order to keep students engaged and on task.

Questioning and Inquiry – When presenting information take moments to provide time for questioning and inquiry to engage learners. Reassemble back to the tutorial group, having one person from each small group serve as a speaker representing their group in the larger group discussion. Ideas for Using Zoom as a Screen casting Tool Create and narrate lecture slides while using Zoom’s “Annotate” feature which allows you to use a virtual pointer and add annotations on the fly.

Share videos relevant to your unit, ensure you enable “Optimize Screen Share for Video Clip” and “Share computer sound” so students can view the video smoothly. Display documents and articles Use the “Whiteboard” to share a virtual whiteboard where you can draw using your computer mouse.

It is possible to make multiple pages and save all of these to your computer. Organising Sessions There are two main ways of starting a meeting in Zoom. Functions Screen sharing It is possible for the host to share a screen from their computer.

Whiteboard Another screen that can be shared by the host is a whiteboard. Polling The host can create a poll to ask participants, which can then be displayed to all viewers. Breakout rooms Breakout rooms allow for smaller groups within the participants to gather in their own web conference space. Saving videos Sessions on Zoom can be saved to the local machine your computer or to the cloud.

Zoom desktop client While meeting can be started and scheduled from the Zoom web portal Macquarie. Right-click on the icon, then click New Finder Window. In the new window, click Applications. Find zoom. Hover your mouse over Options , then click Keep in Dock. Opening Zoom on Windows Click the Windows icon in the taskbar. In your apps list, scroll until you get to the Zoom folder. Click on the Zoom folder. Double click on Start Zoom , to launch the application. From the Desktop Client you can: Start a new meeting and invite people to the meeting.

Join a meeting by entering the meeting id. Schedule a meeting. Share your screen by entering the meeting id. How to schedule a Zoom meeting for your iLearn unit When thinking about scheduling a Zoom meeting with your students, there are two ways to share these links with them.

Click Schedule a New Meeting. Enter a Topic for the meeting, this should be something that makes it easy for your students to identify eg. Tutorial Monday 2pm. Optionally enter a Description for the meeting. Enter the date and time and duration for the first meeting. If this will be a Recurring meeting , tick the box for additional settings. Choose how often to Repeat every x week. Select the End date to stop the meetings by the specified date or after x occurrences. Leave the Passcode ticked.

Select your required Meeting Options. Add in Alternative Host if required. The alternative host can start the meeting on the host’s behalf. Copy the Invite Link. This is the link that all participants will click on to access the meeting. Go to your iLearn unit and Turn editing on. Select URL and click Add. Enter a Name for the link and write a Description. Click to expand Restrict access. Click Add restriction an select Group. Select the required group. Click Save and return to unit. This link is now restricted to the required group.

Select Zoom and click Add. Enter an Activity name for the links. Click Save and display. Click Open in a new window. Lecture Tuesday 11am. Click on Course Meetings in the top left corner to view all your upcoming meetings and to schedule an additional meetings.

 
 

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