zoom for teaching
Zoom is a flexible platform that can be used for both synchronous and asynchronous instruction and classroom activities.
Below are key resources to help you with the technical skills needed to use Zoom for your remote teaching. For pedagogical tips and resources, click here.
Tips for Responding to and Preventing Zoom Violence (Zoombombing)
For troubleshooting, email email@example.com or create a ticket with ITS.
For questions about how to utilize Zoom features in your course (breakout rooms, polls, etc.), or securing your meetings, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zoom Instructor Pairing Program
If you would like Zoom practice sessions or in class meeting moderation, you may request to be paired with an ITS student worker who will provide this service for the full quarter. To request, email email@example.com with the subject line “Zoom Pairing”. Please also include the following information:
Instructor name (if requesting on behalf of someone)
Course title and number
Days/times the class meets
Include a level of commitment* and a short description of the type of support you are requesting (chat monitoring, breakout room facilitation, etc.)
* Low = student on-call, no mandatory lecture attendance
Medium = mandatory lecture attendance
High = Mandatory lecture attendance and additional support outside of class time
Help with Zoom proctoring is available! You can find detailed technical and logistical information, and instructions for requesting additional proctors in this document. Zoom proctoring is complex. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation.