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Welcome to the UCTL ET informational page for using ZOOM 

Zoom Video Communications is a remote conferencing services company headquartered in San Jose, California, US. It provides a remote conferencing service that combines video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. It is similar to the Stream in TEAMS and can be managed without much effort.  Zoom will be a part of LMS Moodle this fall and can be added as a tool in your current TEAM.  

From ZOOM regarding COPYRIGHT Laws: You may not post, modify, distribute, or reproduce in any way copyrighted material, trademarks, rights of publicity or other proprietary rights without obtaining the prior written consent of the owner of such proprietary rights. Zoom may deny access to the Services to any User who is alleged to infringe another party's copyright.

Tutorials in Written Format

This section will hold the documents prepared so that if you prefer to follow a tutorial in written format instead of watching a video.



Use this link to discover more about the recordings in Moodle. 

Recording Meetings in Moodle

Guide for Using Zoom


Polling in ZOOM

Using a Virtual Background During Meetings

ZOOM Tutorials

Zoom Meeting

Use this tutorial will help you schedule your Zoom Meetings for your students.


MAC and Zoom

If you have students using a Mac and experiencing problems with ZOOM, have them take a look at these settings.


Video Layout Options 

While screen sharing from a Mac or Windows device, video of the other participants will move to an adjustable video panel. If you do not see the video panel, click on the more (...) at the top of the screen and choose 'show video panel'.

Using the Chat 

While screen sharing, click More (...) in the meeting controls. Choose Chat. A floating chat window will appear.

If you receive new chat messages while screen sharing, the More button will flash orange to indicate the incoming message. You can click on More, then Chat to open the window.

Live Training

Using PPT in One Drive to provide Closed Captioning in Zoom

Use PPT in O365 to provide Closed Captioning

Because Zoom doesn't have an easy answer for providing closed captioning and because our goal is to be a UDL campus, we have found a way to provide the closed captioning when you are meeting with your students live.  You can use the Office 365 PowerPoint to provide a live closed captioning within your sessions.  This tutorial will show you how easy it is to provide closed captioning without the cost of a third party program.

Sharing Files in ZOOM

Join a Meeting


When using Zoom, the default is set for Zoom to Mirror what your camera displays. This can cause you to be a little ‘off’ when working with your students, especially when you use words or numbers in the image.  You can change this in Zoom. 

Click on the Video ^ arrow. Click on Video settings.  Choose video in the settings option.  And ‘unclick’ the Mirror my Video.


Best Practices

Best Practices for Securing Your Zoom

In this guide, learn about how you can secure your virtual meetings. The following content is separated into three distinct sections. The first section focuses on all the steps you can take to secure your meeting before it starts. The second section highlights all the controls that a Zoom Meeting host has at their disposal during a Zoom Meeting. The final section highlights a list of additional resources available to continue learning and become a Zoom Meeting expert. 


Manage Participants in a Zoom Meeting

Stop Crashers and Bombers

Security in ZOOM

For added security in ZOOM, add the second authentication for your log in credentials. This site from Zoom will show you how to do that.


7 Zoom Tips

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