Steps for creating a Zoom link for students to either attend a class synchronously or for you to make a recording of a classroom presentation or lecture for later viewing. Direction from Provost Bouchard: Instructors are required to teach face-to-face in the classroom, while also providing alternate instruction for students who have an approved absence
If you have updated your Mac Operating System to macOS 10.14 Mojave or later, you need to authorize your computer to give permission to Zoom to use the computer’s microphone and camera, share the screen, or allow others to remotely control your desktop. This is due to increased security permissions in Mac Operating System. After
As you meet your students in class after a year of Zoom meetings, these videos are meant to give you confidence in turning on the hardware and using it effectively. Your first stop should be the: Online Classroom Inventory (with photos) This resource details the equipment in the rooms as well as the room types.
On August 9th, Chapman will be requiring all Zoom meetings to be secured with one security option (either a Passcode or a Waiting Room). If you are already using a passcode for your meetings, nothing will change. If you have an existing meeting or schedule a new one without a passcode, Zoom will automatically add
Zoom has added a new feature to share pronouns as a separate field. Previously, you had to include these as a part of your name. First, make sure your Zoom desktop client has been updated to the latest version. The prerequisite for the separate Pronouns field is 5.7.0 or higher. Visit https://zoom.us/download and choose your platform.
While sharing your screen into a meeting is a well-known Zoom feature, easily done by clicking on the Green Share Screen Icon at the bottom of your meeting window, many have discovered that you can share your iPad using your home wifi to host that content. This works well on home wifi on either Windows or Apple
Effective March 26th, 2021, Chapman will be changing the default cloud recording to: Record active speaker with shared screen. This change will provide a better viewing experience in Canvas for Students. Students will see only two options, audio and video. The prior default settings made five different files (speaker view, shared screen, gallery view, shared
Live Captions and transcripts can now be turned on in your Zoom meetings. The meeting does not need to be recorded to use this feature. Just open the meeting as the Host and click on the Live Transcript icon at the bottom of the page. Turn this feature on by clicking on Enable Auto-Transcription
Did you miss our first installment of Teaching Tips Thursdays? Here is a quick rundown of what we covered: If you’d like to watch the entire presentation, the video and slide deck are now available. If you only want the slide deck. See all our upcoming topics.
Dear Chapman University faculty, I would like to share 3 new Zoom features with you that will enhance your students’ experience and allow you to share your content easier. To ensure you can use these features, please make sure your Zoom application is up to date. 1- Virtual Seating Chart: Zoom’s gallery view allows you