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Your Chico State Zoom account enables you to host meetings, secure meetings, record to the cloud, transfer cloud recordings to Kaltura media,
This article shows you how to view poll and attendance reports from within your Canvas course using the Zoom integration tool.
All students, faculty and staff can host and record their own Zoom meetings. You can start a Zoom meeting for multiple participants or just yourself if you want to record a screenshare. Zoom cloud recordings automatically transfer to your Kaltura media library for longer-term storage.
This article provides an overview of Zoom integration with Canvas, when to use it, and instructions for scheduling a Zoom meeting using the integration.
This article provides instructions for adding a Zoom office hours link to your Canvas course that will be valid even after a course copy each semester.
You can start Zoom meetings from the Chico State Zoom portal, the Zoom desktop client, Canvas, mobile app, or Microsoft Outlook.
Choose the option that makes the most sense for you.
This article organizes all of the Zoom knowledge base articles by "big picture" process flow.
The following tasks can only be done during your live Zoom meeting:
- Allow participants to choose their own room (best practice in case something goes wrong)
- Open Pre-Assigned Breakout Rooms
- Recover Pre-Assigned Breakout Rooms
Contains instructions for starting a screen share, enabling annotation, annotating on a shared screen, annotating on a shared Zoom whiteboard, and the benefits of annotating on a shared Zoom whiteboard using a tablet.
Provides a media streaming server for staff, students and staff. Media can be shared internally in the LMS (Canvas) and to the public.
With the increased usage of Zoom in the past year, it is critical that every single faculty member, student and staff member understand how to verify that they are signed in to Zoom using single-sign on. This ensures features such as unlimited meeting times, recording and breakout rooms will work correctly.
Breakout rooms allow you to split your Zoom meeting in up to 50 separate sessions. The meeting host or co-host can choose to split the participants of the meeting into these separate sessions automatically or manually, or they can allow participants to select and enter breakout sessions as they please. The host or co-host can switch between sessions at any time. Although Zoom Support has good information on managing breakout rooms, we wanted to highlight a few limitations for you here.
After recording a Zoom Meeting to the cloud you can access, review and edit the full audio transcript through your Chico Zoom Portal.