Starting July 19th, Zoom will require that all meetings have a Passcode or a Waiting Room enabled. For more information, please visit OSU's knowledge base article.

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Zoom is Oregon State University's official video conferencing platform, and is the recommended client for use during campus closures. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to use Zoom to create and host high-quality online meetings, classes and events, and leverage Zoom's video, chat, breakout rooms, screen-sharing and whiteboard capabilities.

 

Get Started with Zoom

Brand new to Zoom? Check out our Getting Started guide, with installation instructions and tips for basic Zoom use. 

 

    Online Meetings

HD video, audio, collaboration and chat

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Secure your Zoom meetings 

 

    Audio Conferencing

Connect using audio-only conference calls with VoIP, dial in and call out options

Audio-Only Conference Calling 

 

    Video Webinars

Present live virtual events HD video, audio, Q&A and polling

Request a Webinar License for Your Event 

 

    Room SystemS

Power up your meeting room or classroom with video conferencing

Learn about Room Systems 


Teach, Learn, Work

Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown and restrictions leading to campus closures, using Zoom to teach, learn and work remotely has been imperative. Courses are now being taught, office hours held and presentations given all remotely and via Zoom. Below are some quick resource links for using Zoom effectively in order to keep teaching, learning and working.

 

Zoom Teaching    Zoom Learning    Zoom Working


Stay Secure

With the advent of issues such as "zoombombing" — an act where malicious individuals join a Zoom meeting and interject content that is vulgar, discriminatory or personally upsetting — it's important to take strong security measures.

 

    Zoom Security Best Practices

The Office of Information Security has released a series of recommendations on Zoom security, including best practices on how to properly configure your meetings and set up a waiting room.

More information and instruction on how to establish security settings in Zoom:


Support and Training 

Get the help and information you need on a variety of topics by browsing our comprehensive list of learning and support resources from Zoom and UIT, as well as live and recorded training opportunities offered by Zoom.

Support and Training Resources

 

Direct Help
Service Desk
Zoom (24x7 support)*
  • *Zoom is temporarily limiting direct user support until the end of June. 
  • At this time, please contact the Service Desk, not Zoom directly. 

 

    Technical Keep-Teaching Assistants 

Tech Keep-Teaching Assistant (TechKTA) are UIT student workers who have been trained by Academic Technology to assist faculty with various aspects of teaching in Zoom in order to free up faculty to focus on content and delivery. Examples of what TechKTA's can assist with:

  • Muting and unmuting students
  • Looking for students who virtually raise their hand
  • Turning off students’ audio and/or video if it is disruptive
  • Limiting chat functions if needed 

Request a TechKTA

 

    Knowledge Base 

Information Services has a growing collection of knowledge base articles on common Zoom processes and issues, from how to pull meeting attendance and set up virtual office hours, to troubleshooting audio and disabling disruptive video.

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    Media tutorials and help videos 

Academic Technology has created a series of Zoom help videos, with topics ranging from class meeting settings and participant controls, to security and waiting room settings.

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    FAQs 

If you haven't found what you're looking for, or you're just looking for a quick solution to a simple issue, there's a good chance you'll find it in our collection of FAQs.

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