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Learn more. This action will be on a rolling basis, and recordings will be removed after they pass the day mark. If you notice anything strange about the way Zoom works missing features, can’t access meeting , sign out and back into Zoom. Learn how to Install and sign into the Zoom app. When creating new meetings as host, if you want external guests to attend, leave the « Only authenticated users can join » setting unchecked: Learn how. Zoom is a web conferencing program and so much more.

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January 05, September 14, Zoom provides cloud video conferencing and simple online meetings. Instructors can now use Zoom Web Conferencing tool within Canvas to provide a virtual classroom experience, record lectures, or host virtual office hours. Users can seamlessly create Zoom meetings, record, and share via Kaltura’s Media Gallery inside Canvas. Faculty and staff are assigned a Licensed account and students are assigned a Basic account. Note: Users do not need an account in order to attend meetings hosted by someone else.

Users only need an account if they desire to schedule and host meetings. If you already have a free Zoom account limited to 40 minute meetings or an account with UA system and desire to use the Zoom tab in Canvas, follow these instructions to switch to new account. Need help with your account? Students that need to meet longer than 40 minutes, they can fill out the UA system account request form. Students requesting a licensed pro account will be required to provide contact information for their supervisor so that their reason can be confirmed.

If approved, the provisioned pro account will be returned to back to basic at the end of that academic year July 31st. Instructors can access Zoom within their Canvas courses by clicking the Zoom tab in the course navigation.

Meetings should only be scheduled here if the desired attendees are the students of that course. See Zoom for Teachers Guide for more information. Users can access and sign into their UAB Zoom account at uab. See Using the Zoom App Guide for more information. How do I get an account? Please note this type of account cannot record or be used in Canvas. How do I know what type of account I have? Users either have a Basic or licensed account.

Log in to Zoom in a web browser and click Profile at the top left, then look under License Type. Refer the information at the top of this page to see the differences in basic and licensed accounts. Users can log into their Zoom account in a web browser and click Account Profile at the far left, then look and see the type and name of the account they are under. Students do not need to create a Zoom account in order to attend your meetings that you schedule and host.

Students only need to create an account if they want to schedule and host their own meetings ex. There are multiple roles available for a meeting: host, co-host, alternative hosts, and participants. The role that you have in a meeting is designated by the host. See more details on what each role can do. More information on pricing and ordering can be found on the UA system website.

Users interested in renting a webinar license for a specific event can contact UAB eLearning for up to attendees or University Relations for up to 5, attendees. Students are given a basic account that is limited to 40 minute meetings. They can schedule as many back to back meetings as desired.

If students still need to meet longer than 40 minutes, they can fill out the UA system account request form. If approved, students accounts will be returned to back to basic accounts after the end of that academic year July 31st. Alternatively, students can use an alternative technology such as Microsoft Teams Meetings. There are official free apps available for iOS and Android. Zoom also includes built-in support for calling in to a meeting over telephone.

Instructions are provided below based on the error code received. If you need additional assistance accessing Zoom inside Canvas, fill out the eLearning Academic Technology Support form. This code appears because you either have a free basic zoom account or a UA systems account and must transfer your account to UAB eLearning in order to access Zoom in Canvas. This error appears because you do not have a Zoom account or because you do not have your uab. If the email listed in the error message is your uab.

By default, Zoom will notify you if someone has clicked the link to join your meeting before you have started it. This can be useful, if you have forgotten you had a scheduled meeting or you are using Zoom for office hours. It is possible that the user clicked on the link early by accident. If you do not know the user, it is possible that they typed in your meeting ID by mistake trying to get into another meeting.

How do I schedule a meeting? You can schedule a Zoom meeting through various methods:. Visit this Zoom Guide for more information on reoccurring meetings. This will make it so that each course sees the meeting in their Canvas shell through the Zoom tab and there are two separate scheduled meetings, but in the backend they tie to the same meeting so all will be able to join at the same time.

Please Note: This option is not available if you choose to make the meeting reoccurring, so you will need to schedule each desired meeting individually. You can schedule one meeting outside of Canvas at uab. 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. 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.

This brings all the students into one course shell, where you can schedule just one Zoom meeting for all students as well as provide content, assignments, etc. Request your courses be cross-listed on the eLearning Canvas Request webpage. Please Note: Crosslistings should be done before the semester begins and cannot be done after students have made submissions in any of the course shells.

Registration can be used to make a public facing meeting more secure. You can set registration to manual or automatic approval. You can also use registration to collect information before a meeting begins and be able to send event reminders and follow up emails. Visit this Zoom Guide for more information on registration.

Join before host allows attendees to join the meeting before the host joins or when the host cannot attend the meeting. If you select join before host , then the participants can join the meeting before the host joins or without the host.

If you do not select join before host, the participants will see a pop up dialog that says « The meeting is waiting for the host to join. To allow join before host, click this option when scheduling a meeting or edit an already scheduled meeting and select this option.

By default a meeting cannot begin until the host starts the meeting. Adding someone as an alternative host allows this person to start the meeting in the absence of the original host. Many users confuse co-host and alternative host. The main use of an alternate host is so that they can start the meeting in the absence of the main host. The main use of co-host is so that someone else can manage participants, etc.

Anyone can be a co-host once in the meeting regardless of their account type. Learn more about selecting someone as a co-host. Students are given a basic account that is limited to 40 minute meetings by default. If students still need a pro account because they are a TA, they can fill out the UA system account request form.

Students requesting a licensed pro account will be required to provide contact information for their supervisor instructor so that their reason can be confirmed. There are times when an administrative assistant may need to schedule meetings for another person. There are three options for how to do this, shown below.

Users can give other individuals permissions to schedule meetings for them. This allows a user to schedule a meeting and choose who this meeting is being scheduling for Me or other user.

If you choose to schedule a meeting for another user, it will actually schedule the meeting in their account. This means that person can start the meeting without you being present and any recordings will be in their account, not yours. If you choose to join the meeting you scheduled for another user, you will automatically be a co-host who can help manage participants.

See below for how to assign scheduling privileges. The user that wants to give the permission for someone to schedule for them should follow these instructions:. If the user was assigned successfully, they will appear under Assign Scheduling Privilege to. However, they will need to sign out of the Zoom desktop client and sign in again before they will be able to schedule for you there. If scheduling privilege cannot be assigned because the user is not on your account or is not a Pro user, you will receive an error message.

Once completed, see these instructions for how to schedule meetings for other people. You can also put someone as alternative host for your meeting. This allows them to start the meeting on your behalf, but the meeting is still in your account.

This allows the recordings of meetings to remain in your account; however, you are unable to have a separate meeting while these meetings are going on. See the FAQ question « What is an alternative host and why will it not let me add someone? This allows anyone who has the join link to start the meeting.

There are definite limitations on this when using Waiting Room or wanting the meeting to be recorded, but is a quick fix if the meeting is about to happen and you cannot join. Meetings scheduled outside of Canvas can be imported into a Canvas course. Follow the directions below. This allows this meeting to be used repeatedly at any time with the join link and other settings staying the same. How many people can join my meetings? Instructors are provided an account that allows up to participants.

Yes, with Zoom you have the ability to share your audio, webcam, and computer screen. You can share your screen, pull up your slides full screen, and present like you would in class. Your students are seeing what you see on your screen and hearing you talk over them. How to share your screen. It is best to schedule your Zoom meeting in the Zoom tab in Canvas. If you scheduled a meeting outside of Canvas, you can either share the meeting link in a Canvas announcement module or import that meeting into Zoom tab in Canvas.

Students do not have to be provided the Zoom join link if you schedule your meeting inside of Canvas, but anyone outside of Canvas will need to be provided the join link or invitation to your Zoom meeting so they can join. You do not have to do anything special to allow someone in a meeting to share their screen. The default settings of Zoom allows any attendee in your meeting to share their screen, webcam, and audio. Note: If the host is sharing their screen, it will not let an attendee share their screen.

All you have to do is stop sharing your screen and then they can. Co-host are people you allow to have similar features as you, meaning they can manage participants.

Note: You do not have to make someone a co-host to share their screen or present. All attendees have this ability by default. You can make anyone in your meeting a co-host once the meeting has begun.

Yes, the host and attendees can draw, highlight, stamp, and place arrows or a laser on a virtual whiteboard or whatever is shared on the screen such as a PowerPoint. Yes, there is a polling feature that is turned on by default. It is best to create your polls beforehand. You can create up to 10 sets of 25 polls.

Your options are single choice or multiple choice questions. When you present a poll, you can see the results privately and then choose to share the results to all in the meeting. Each meeting is given a unique meeting code which has an expiration time based on what Workspace product the meeting is created from.

Read more here. Our products, including Google Meet, regularly undergo independent verification of their security, privacy, and compliance controls, achieving certifications, attestations of compliance, or audit reports against standards around the world. Our global list of certifications and attestations can be found here. IT administrators control Google Workspace settings, such as whether Google Meet is the default video conferencing solution in Google Calendar. Using Meet for work? Try Google Workspace Individual.

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If approved, the provisioned pro account will be returned to back to basic at the end of that academic year July 31st. Instructors can access Zoom within their Canvas courses by clicking the Zoom tab in the course navigation. Meetings should only be scheduled here if the desired attendees are the students of that course. See Zoom for Teachers Guide for more information. Users can access and sign into their UAB Zoom account at uab. See Using the Zoom App Guide for more information.

How do I get an account? Please note this type of account cannot record or be used in Canvas. How do I know what type of account I have? Users either have a Basic or licensed account. Log in to Zoom in a web browser and click Profile at the top left, then look under License Type. Refer the information at the top of this page to see the differences in basic and licensed accounts. Users can log into their Zoom account in a web browser and click Account Profile at the far left, then look and see the type and name of the account they are under.

Students do not need to create a Zoom account in order to attend your meetings that you schedule and host. Students only need to create an account if they want to schedule and host their own meetings ex. There are multiple roles available for a meeting: host, co-host, alternative hosts, and participants. The role that you have in a meeting is designated by the host. See more details on what each role can do.

More information on pricing and ordering can be found on the UA system website. Users interested in renting a webinar license for a specific event can contact UAB eLearning for up to attendees or University Relations for up to 5, attendees. Students are given a basic account that is limited to 40 minute meetings. They can schedule as many back to back meetings as desired. If students still need to meet longer than 40 minutes, they can fill out the UA system account request form.

If approved, students accounts will be returned to back to basic accounts after the end of that academic year July 31st.

Alternatively, students can use an alternative technology such as Microsoft Teams Meetings. There are official free apps available for iOS and Android. Zoom also includes built-in support for calling in to a meeting over telephone.

Instructions are provided below based on the error code received. If you need additional assistance accessing Zoom inside Canvas, fill out the eLearning Academic Technology Support form. This code appears because you either have a free basic zoom account or a UA systems account and must transfer your account to UAB eLearning in order to access Zoom in Canvas.

This error appears because you do not have a Zoom account or because you do not have your uab. If the email listed in the error message is your uab. By default, Zoom will notify you if someone has clicked the link to join your meeting before you have started it. This can be useful, if you have forgotten you had a scheduled meeting or you are using Zoom for office hours.

It is possible that the user clicked on the link early by accident. If you do not know the user, it is possible that they typed in your meeting ID by mistake trying to get into another meeting. How do I schedule a meeting? You can schedule a Zoom meeting through various methods:. Visit this Zoom Guide for more information on reoccurring meetings. This will make it so that each course sees the meeting in their Canvas shell through the Zoom tab and there are two separate scheduled meetings, but in the backend they tie to the same meeting so all will be able to join at the same time.

Please Note: This option is not available if you choose to make the meeting reoccurring, so you will need to schedule each desired meeting individually. You can schedule one meeting outside of Canvas at uab. 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.

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. This brings all the students into one course shell, where you can schedule just one Zoom meeting for all students as well as provide content, assignments, etc.

Request your courses be cross-listed on the eLearning Canvas Request webpage. Please Note: Crosslistings should be done before the semester begins and cannot be done after students have made submissions in any of the course shells.

Registration can be used to make a public facing meeting more secure. You can set registration to manual or automatic approval. You can also use registration to collect information before a meeting begins and be able to send event reminders and follow up emails. Visit this Zoom Guide for more information on registration. Join before host allows attendees to join the meeting before the host joins or when the host cannot attend the meeting. If you select join before host , then the participants can join the meeting before the host joins or without the host.

If you do not select join before host, the participants will see a pop up dialog that says « The meeting is waiting for the host to join. To allow join before host, click this option when scheduling a meeting or edit an already scheduled meeting and select this option. By default a meeting cannot begin until the host starts the meeting. Adding someone as an alternative host allows this person to start the meeting in the absence of the original host.

Many users confuse co-host and alternative host. The main use of an alternate host is so that they can start the meeting in the absence of the main host. The main use of co-host is so that someone else can manage participants, etc. Anyone can be a co-host once in the meeting regardless of their account type.

Learn more about selecting someone as a co-host. Students are given a basic account that is limited to 40 minute meetings by default. If students still need a pro account because they are a TA, they can fill out the UA system account request form. Students requesting a licensed pro account will be required to provide contact information for their supervisor instructor so that their reason can be confirmed.

There are times when an administrative assistant may need to schedule meetings for another person. There are three options for how to do this, shown below. Users can give other individuals permissions to schedule meetings for them. This allows a user to schedule a meeting and choose who this meeting is being scheduling for Me or other user. If you choose to schedule a meeting for another user, it will actually schedule the meeting in their account.

This means that person can start the meeting without you being present and any recordings will be in their account, not yours. If you choose to join the meeting you scheduled for another user, you will automatically be a co-host who can help manage participants. See below for how to assign scheduling privileges. The user that wants to give the permission for someone to schedule for them should follow these instructions:.

If the user was assigned successfully, they will appear under Assign Scheduling Privilege to. However, they will need to sign out of the Zoom desktop client and sign in again before they will be able to schedule for you there. If scheduling privilege cannot be assigned because the user is not on your account or is not a Pro user, you will receive an error message.

Once completed, see these instructions for how to schedule meetings for other people. You can also put someone as alternative host for your meeting.

This allows them to start the meeting on your behalf, but the meeting is still in your account. This allows the recordings of meetings to remain in your account; however, you are unable to have a separate meeting while these meetings are going on. See the FAQ question « What is an alternative host and why will it not let me add someone? This allows anyone who has the join link to start the meeting.

There are definite limitations on this when using Waiting Room or wanting the meeting to be recorded, but is a quick fix if the meeting is about to happen and you cannot join. Meetings scheduled outside of Canvas can be imported into a Canvas course. Follow the directions below. This allows this meeting to be used repeatedly at any time with the join link and other settings staying the same. How many people can join my meetings?

Instructors are provided an account that allows up to participants. Yes, with Zoom you have the ability to share your audio, webcam, and computer screen. If you want to allow someone else to start a meeting that you scheduled, assign an alternative host s by using their SUNet email, not alias email. This is a good idea in the event that you are unable to attend or are running late to your meeting. Note that guest speakers do not need to be hosts; as participants, they can have sharing rights.

Users designated as alternative hosts will receive an email with a link to start the meeting. The first alternative host to join before the meeting scheduler will be granted host controls. The scheduler can reclaim host controls by going to Manage Participants and selecting Reclaim Host. If you want to make someone an alternative host for all of your meetings and allow them to schedule meetings for you, you can give them scheduling privilege over your Zoom account.

Alternative hosts have all the rights of the host, but cannot edit polls that the host created or download recordings of the meeting. Co-hosts are assigned during a meeting and have useful but limited capabilities. For instance, they cannot start a meeting or create, move, or start breakout rooms. Regardless of whether you use the Zoom tool in your Canvas course, the web portal, or the app, when you schedule a new meeting, we recommend you change the following defaults:.

If you are using Canvas, share the Get to Know Zoom page from the Hub with your class so they know how to join your meetings. Use the Canvas Zoom tool to create and share meetings, or share it somewhere within Canvas.

Students should not share resources shared within a class outside the class, including links to meetings and recordings. If you must adjust Waiting Room Options on a per meeting basis, you can change the account level setting before each of your meetings. Yes, you can embed the Passcode by visiting your UD Zoom Settings tand urn on the Embed passcode in the invite link for one-click join setting.

For meetings with Waiting Rooms, participants will dial in as they normally do. They will hear a prompt that they are in the Waiting Room and the host will have to admit them. Information Technologies Academic Technology Services. Zoom Waiting Room and Passcode On September 27, as part of their security enhancements, Zoom will be making changes to their terminology and to Zoom meeting settings that will affect previously scheduled meetings as well as future meetings.

Passwords and passcodes. Passwords now refer to your sign in information. Passcodes are used for entry into meetings. All meetings, including personal meeting rooms, previously scheduled individual and recurring meetings, and any meeting scheduled in the future that do not have a passcode will have the waiting room feature enabled automatically.

Your existing meetings that use the Waiting Room will now automatically allow UD authenticated users to skip the Waiting Room and be admitted immediately. You can change this setting to force all participants into the waiting room before joining the meeting. Waiting Room notifications.

The meeting host will now receive a visual and auditory notification that an attendee has entered the Waiting Room. In the navigation menu, click Settings. Under the Security section, verify the Waiting Room feature is enabled. Just share the link or meeting ID with all meeting participants. Anyone with a Google Account can create a video meeting, invite up to participants, and meet for up to 60 minutes per meeting at no cost.

For additional features such as international dial-in numbers, meeting recording, live streaming, and administrative controls, see plans and pricing. Each meeting is given a unique meeting code which has an expiration time based on what Workspace product the meeting is created from.

Read more here. Our products, including Google Meet, regularly undergo independent verification of their security, privacy, and compliance controls, achieving certifications, attestations of compliance, or audit reports against standards around the world.

Our global list of certifications and attestations can be found here. IT administrators control Google Workspace settings, such as whether Google Meet is the default video conferencing solution in Google Calendar. Using Meet for work? Try Google Workspace Individual. Premium video meetings for everyone. We re-engineered the service we built for secure, high-quality business meetings, Google Meet, to make it available for all, on any device.

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