Using Zoom for teaching

Since its introduction early last year, Zoom video conferencing has been vital for teaching at the University of Sussex. As much teaching will continue to be online in Semester 2, the TEL team have created nine simple guide videos to help you quickly get to grips with this essential tool.

These videos lay out the the process for using Zoom from setting up your meeting, to recording and managing attendees.

1. Schedule a meeting

Find out how to schedule a Zoom meeting

2. Set a profile picture

Find out how to set a profile picture in Zoom

3. Alternative hosts and Co-hosts

Find out how to setup your colleagues as alternative hosts or co-hosts in Zoom

4. Enable subtitles

Find out how to enable subtitles in Zoom

5. Recording a meeting

See how to record your Zoom meeting
Find out how to record your Zoom meeting

6. Share your screen

See how to share your screen in Zoom
Find out how to share your screen in Zoom

7. Using the whiteboard

See how to use a whiteboard in Zoom
Find out how to use a whiteboard in Zoom

8. Breakout rooms

See how to use Zoom breakout rooms for group work
Find out how to use Zoom breakout rooms for group work

9. Using a waiting room for 1 to 1 meetings

See how to use Zoom waiting rooms for 1-1 meetings
Find out how to use Zoom waiting rooms for 1-1 meetings

If you have any further questions about using Zoom in your teaching at Sussex please see the Zoom pages of the TEL website or contact tel@sussex.ac.uk.

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