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  • Attend Meetings & Webinars

    • This article describes how to activate your Zoom account, which you will need to do once before you can run a meeting or webinar.
    • You will need to install the Zoom software before you can attend (participate in) a Zoom meeting or webinar.
    • Be sure you have logged in to the Cornell Zoom website before joining Cornell-related Zoom meetings or webinars. Joining a Zoom meeting or webinar is generally as easy as: clicking...
    • Whether for personal reasons (illness, family care, etc.) or broader situations (pandemic, severe weather, etc.), you may need to be able to connect to the university from remote locations. This article summarizes how Zoom can help with that.
    • When you share your screen in Zoom, there is an advanced screen sharing option. When you click Share Screen, at the top of your sharing selection window there is an Advanced tab....
    • This is not part of the standard license, but can be requested by staff or faculty demonstrating a business need. See our Request Large Meeting, Webinar, or Premium Audio article.
    • To ensure that you are taking advantage of Zoom’s latest video and security features, keep your desktop client application updated to the most recent version. Beginning November 1, 2021,...
    • Zoom users should be aware of the important distinction between Cornell-authenticated Zoom accounts (that is, those created through cornell.zoom.us or the Canvas platform) and personal Zoom...
    • If the meeting host assigns you this role, you can enter real-time closed captioning during Zoom meetings. Here's how.
    • This is not part of the standard license, but can be requested by staff or faculty demonstrating a business need. See our Request Large Meeting, Webinar, or Premium Audio article.
    • You can log in through the Zoom app (assuming you have downloaded the app) or through the Zoom website. Both methods work fine, so use whichever you prefer. Alumni are not included in the...
    • Weill Cornell faculty and staff can sign up for Zoom at https://its.weill.cornell.edu/services/online-collaboration/zoom.
    • In-meeting file transfer allows attendees to send files during Zoom meetings and webinars through the Chat panel. Files can be sent to all participants or directly to another specific attendee...
    • Test your system, Join by computer, Join by telephone, Mute audio, etc.
    • Zoom's app for Microsoft Teams allows you to: Start, schedule, and join Zoom meetings from your Team space. Access functionality from the Zoom meetings tab or by using...
    • Free, vendor-provided training for hosts and participants
    • For students, Cornell Zoom recordings can be created only in your local storage. Faculty and staff who attend a meeting can create recordings in local storage if the host has given them that permission. Faculty and staff who host a meeting can choose local or cloud storage for their recording.
    • Test your system, Change layout, Turn camera off/on, etc.
    • This article provides information about using the Whiteboard feature in Zoom. For information about using the Whiteboard in a Zoom Room, see Use the Zoom Room Whiteboard. Security...