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Consider how you will use Zoom web conferencing first. Some ideas:

  • Facilitate lectures and presentations: Without the constraints of a physical space, your lectures and presentations can hold as many people who are interested in attending. You can also co-facilitate with a colleague from another institution, invite guests, share your screen, take polls, moderate discussions in smaller breakout rooms, and share a recording of your presentation later with those who were not able to attend.
  • Facilitate project meetings: Schedule meetings without worrying about travel arrangements or booking rooms. Share documents and enable recording to have an archive of your meeting. If you are planning a session with >250 participants, please contact us ahead of time).
  • Hold office hours: Hold online office hours at any time of day. You can hold open discussions or bring students into private, one-on-one sessions by using breakout rooms.

Jump to a section: Get Started | Support | FAQ

Getting started How do I get started?

Documentation:LTHub/Zoom/Get Started

Available support What support is available?

Account provisioning is available through the UBC IT Audio/Visual Helpdesk. Teaching and learning Zoom support is provided by the Learning Technology Hub and individual instructional support units.

Frequently asked questions FAQ