University of Delaware | Zoom User Training - Shared screen with speaker view
I’m good :)
What is the space allowed for cloud recording?
Cloud Recording has an indirect limitation:
1GB per user in a shared pool
If I set up a zoom meeting using my ID and then for some reason cannot attend the meeting myself, how can I allow a colleague to launch the meeting?
@Noel, you can set that person as an alternative host
Danny will showcase that in the scheduling section
what does be on same account mean to set an alt. host? Is that the UD account or an individual Zoom acct?
So, a fellow UD colleague
The UD account includes students, so you could make a TA an alternative host
If our dowloading ability is controlled by IT, would we need to contact them to add the Outlook/Chrome/Firefox functions?
Can you explain what the alternative host can do? Say I am setting up a zoom meeting as part of administrative support for a Dean, etc. but I will not be attending the meeting. How challenging is it for others not familiar w/zoom functions to launch the meeting if I'm not part of it
The alternative host can launch and host a meeting without the original host.
If we had already installed the Zoom Desktop before UD purchased the institutional subscription (and used our UD address), will the new privileges be there?
Basically - they can perform all of the same functions as the original host (unless the original host connects first)
It’s very easy to launch a zoom meeting. They’ll click on the join link, and Zoom will recognize them if they’re logged in
Does this app intergrate easily with Canvas?
We do have an LTI integration with Canvas
The Zoom Desktop Client is the same. It doesn’t matter if you had it before we purchased the system for all of UD. Your account will migrate in the first time you use it.
thanks, do the students need the Zoom app so I can have office hours online?
For those with machines that are controlled by IT, we will automatically update the Zoom client for you. If you need the calendar installs, please contact your administrator.
We have already integrated with our Canvas system. You might need to turn it on in your settings
When I tried to change a few settings, it said "user not exist"...
Meghan, try logging out and back in again. I’ve found that some settings are blocked the first time.
Meghan, was this on the Web Portal? May be a cache issue
Stacy - that fixed it! Thanks
@Carlton, I’m a student myself at a CSU, and I recommend students use the desktop client for Zoom
Great for office hours & group projects
When might you update the Zoom client. I have "Skype Meeting in Outlook now, but not Zoom.
Students do not need their own host account to join your meeting. Just give them the link to your meeting room. They will need to install the plug-in that will download automatically to their machines.
Thanks Collin...so I can put a link to download zoom app on my canvas site for my students.
Right - although they don’t need it, like Stacy mentioned
I personally found that my cohort were less likely to use it without being made more aware of it
this is awesome...thanks Collin and Stacey..
is there a difference between co-host and alternate host?
A co-host is set after the meeting starts. An alternative host is set *before*
An alternative host can launch the meeting on their own. A co-host cannot
Check with your administrator to see how often the machines are updated. Each office has a different policy.
When chat log is enabled does it save only everyone chats or all inc. private? Does the host get all those in the end?
Everyone chats, but *not* private messages
Private messages sent to you, the host, however, are saved
can I assume that I cannot use the draw feature because I'm not logged in, correct?
The annotation is available either way - it’s available at the top of your screen -> view options -> annotate
Although, Danny just disabled it, so you won’t see it now
Can I uses Zoom to create recording to share with a class? No audience, just me
Yes, you sure can!
And the translator with give a narrative?
I mean a transscript
The auto transcription will provide text, but please note it’s not 100% accurate
got it! Thanks
So, if you’re intending on providing a high-quality academic recording, you’ll need to review it
Yes, Tom. Contact me once this is over and I’ll walk you through it. Basically, you can use the new My Media and Media Gallery in Canvas. email@example.com
Fortunately, you can make edits to the Transcript
It often misses acronyms, names, or fast-spoken words
Are there options for the recordings? Like the quality level for audio and video
It cuts down on manually writing the transcription by quite a lot
No option for ‘quality level’ but there are options
@Tom, you can also select a more efficient recording method
For instance, Record active speaker with shared screen is one of the most efficient options
Disable HD on your video, as well
Will you please send the link to this recording?
https://zoom.us/download also works
Thanks Dan and everyone
There’s a Mobile App section
The link to the recording will be included on our UD webpage. Go to the main log in page (udel.edu/zoom) and click the Help button.
I do not see the poll
You don’t see the poll he demonstrated, or you don’t see how to create a poll?
As a participant, we won’t have the “polling” button
You must turn on poling and breakout rooms in your meeting settings
now his picture came back - I never saw the poll at all
Carlton, you can always contact me for help. I’d be happy to sit in with you.
I also like the 1 minute videos!
Also, for any user that hasn’t ever used Zoom or researched it, they can still join Zoom meetings just fine
All they do is click the link, input their name, and then they’re connected!