Zoom Video Conferencing
Zoom is a synchronous online collaboration tool that can be used to conduct and record online lectures, host office hours, set up group meeting spaces, and more—all with annotation and whiteboard capabilities.
NOTE: Zoom is continuously updating its platform security and features. For the latest information, visit the Zoom Help Center at support.zoom.us
- →→Account Setup (PDF)
- Basic Use (PDF)
- Best Practices (PDF)
- Recording Content (PDF)
- Live Automatic Transcription (PDF)
- NEW! How to Link Zoom to Your Outlook Calendar
- Zoom for Education Learning Center
- How to Trim a Cloud Recording
- How to Enable/Disable Sound Notifications
- Zoom Etiquette
- Zoom Accessibility Features
- Adding and Sharing Your Pronouns
- Zoom Virtual Backgrounds - CCC
- Zoom Virtual Backgrounds - Generic
- A Way to Respond to Microaggressions on Zoom (Article)
Zoom Corporate Resources
- How to Use Zoom on a Chromebook
- Security Options
- How to Secure Zoom Meeting Links on External Sites and Social Media
- How to Access Zoom Recordings from MediaSpace
- Video Tutorials
- Help Center
- Blog and Twitter Feed
- Meeting vs. Webinar Chart
NOTE: CCC has limited Webinar capability available upon request.
Zoom and Moodle
See Zoom in action by enrolling yourself in our Zoom with Moodle course.
FACULTY TIP: Students who Zoom on a Chromebook do not have the Annotate option on shared screens. However, the remaining functionality is comparable to that on
a computer or laptop... although the video/audio quality is somewhat diminished.
NOTE: For the latest information, review the device comparison chart.
FACULTY TIP: Be sure to log out of your Zoom account after use. If you sign into a duplicate device (such as a computer and laptop) you will be logged out automatically on the first device.