Thank you to the 90+ participants who were able to attend the webinar live.
A recording of the webinar can be found at https://youtu.be/EkjBU8Fu0VA, and embedded below. The video may still be processing, and we are working to add/improve the quality of the captions as quickly as possible.
More information and resources
Getting your UChicago account
UChicago IT Services recently posted this announcement: “Due to the University’s move to remote learning for Spring Quarter 2020, there has been a significant increase in requests for Zoom accounts. Please allow additional time for your Zoom account activation. Note: if you are an instructor teaching a course in Spring Quarter, you do not need to submit a request. You will be provided with a UChicago Zoom account.”
As I said in the webinar, the two options for getting started are 1) create a new free account with a personal email address, or 2) sit tight until you receive an update from IT Services.
Resources from UChicago IT Services:
- Web Conferencing with Zoom – IT Services landing page: more information and links, FAQs, etc.
- Instructor Quick Start Guide (pdf)
- Zoom Conferencing Video Tutorials
- Recorded webinar from Zoom for UChicago community (pre-Coronavirus)
From Zoom’s Help Center:
- Getting started
- Meetings and webinars
- How Do I Host A Video Meeting?
- Joining A Meeting
- Scheduling Meetings
- Managing Participants In A Meeting
- Audio, video, and sharing
- How Do I Test My Video?
- Testing Computer Or Device Audio
- Consent To Be Recorded
- Sharing Your Screen
- Finding And Viewing Recordings
- Breakout rooms
Video conferencing etiquette
- Northwestern University: Videoconferencing Tips For Success
- NYU: Best Practices For Teaching With Video Conferencing
- Stanford University IT: Meeting Etiquette Tips
- The University of Maine: Video Conferencing Best Practices
- OWL Labs Video Conferencing Etiquette
- EZ Talks: The Best Video Conferencing Etiquette You Should Follow