Zoom is a flexible video-conferencing platform that can be used for virtual classes and meetings.
Zoom gives you a way to communicate with your students when you’re not in the same physical space. It allows you to do much of what you would normally do in a classroom: display slides, assign students to breakout rooms, etc. It also has features like polls, chat, recording, and live transcription.
Below are key resources to help you with the technical skills needed to use Zoom for your remote teaching.
Zoom Consultation & Support
Zoom Instructor Pairing Program (Zoom Corps):
If you would like Zoom practice sessions or in-class meeting moderation, you may request to be paired with a student worker who will provide this service for the full quarter. To request, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Zoom pairing.”