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New to Zoom and not quite sure what to do? Here are some quick links.

  • What do you need to use Zoom?
    An internet connected computer, laptop, or device Your meeting ID number/link to join the meeting (in the invitation) Speakers or a headset OR a phone (if you’re unable to receive audio via your computer, laptop, or device)A webcam (optional)
  • Getting Started on Windows and Mac
    This provides a link for downloading Zoom at the top and then provides a quick guide for setting up. It is recommended that you take a look at this article if you are using Zoom for the first time. Please note -- once you have setup Zoom on your computer, you will not have to set it up again, for other meetings. Setting up is a one-time process. Getting Started on Windows and Mac
  • How do I join a meeting that I’ve been invited to?
  • Active Speaker - Video Layout
    Who am I seeing on my screen? Active Speaker versus Gallery View
  • Sharing Your Screen (video)
  • How do I Start or Join a Scheduled Meeting as a Host?
    You can meet with other students (and friends and family) on Zoom through a FREE account that lets you setup 40-minute meetings. Once you have hit 40-minutes, the Zoom meeting will end, but you can start it up again. The 40-minute limit does not apply to Zoom meetings between only two people.
  • Audio Basics
    Click on the microphone icon to mute and unmute audio. The red line through the microphone indicates that you are muted so no one in the meeting will be able to hear you. Icon at the bottom of the screen toggles audio “on” and “off.” Joining a meeting by phone
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