Work or Study Remotely with Zoom
You may need to connect to university events, classes, or meetings from remote locations. This article provides links to information on how Zoom can help with that.
This article applies to: Zoom
- Instructors: for information on how to teach remotely, visit the Center for Teaching Innovation's Planning for Teaching Remotely.
- Employees: See what other tools can help you work remotely.
- Our friends at Stanford have put together a quick set of tips on remote meeting etiquette. It's worth a read.
It is always best to log in to Zoom using your Cornell NetID and password through the Cornell Zoom website (https://cornell.zoom.us) or using the option in the Zoom desktop or mobile app.
New students and employees, be sure to activate your Zoom account before you come to campus or start work.
Security and Privacy for Zoom
- Use a Waiting Room to Admit Participants
- Remove Participants from a Meeting
- Allow Participants to Share Their Screen or Annotate
- Require Participants to Join Using Their Cornell NetID and Password
- Designate Someone to Be an Alternative Host or a Co-Host
- Recommended Web Cams and Headsets/Headphones
- Set a Virtual Background (when you're using a web cam)
- Touch Up Your Appearance (when you're using a web cam)
- Request Zoom for a Large Meeting (more than 300 people) or Webinar