Zoom is a unifies cloud video conferencing, simple online meetings, group messaging, and a software-defined conference room solution combined into one easy-to-use platform. Zoom offers the best video, audio, and wireless screen-sharing experience across Windows, Mac, Linux, mobile devices, Zoom Rooms, and H.323/SIP room systems.
The resources below outline the basic steps for getting started using Zoom.
Zoom Pro Account
Any UK Faculty, Staff, or GA/TA are provided a Pro account. If you have any troubles with your account, feel free to email us.
Faculty and students can access their Zoom Profile by logging into UK Zoom using your Link Blue ID and password. From this account you can create new meetings, manage your settings, and access links to recorded meetings.
Meeting sessions can be recorded for viewing at a later time. This feature allows instructors to create useful study materials and share meeting content with students who could not attend the live session. Recordings are stored on locally on the as designated by the meeting host. These recording can then be uploaded to and reused in systems such as YouTube, OneDrive or Linked within your Canvas course.
As with any technology, our office encourages you to backup any recording you wish to preserve. If you have any questions regarding this process, we would be happy to assist you.
Zoom Technical Requirements
The minimum system requirements for Zoom are included in the baseline Technical Requirements found here.
For troubleshooting issues, faculty and students may contact Zoom Technical Support 24x7, including Public Holidays. Their contact information can be found here.
Weekly Zoom Training Webinars
Regular training sessions are conducted 5 days per week to familiarize Zoom meeting hosts and attendees with emphasis on best practices. These training sessions are hosted by Zoom and are held online via Zoom Webinar Meeting. You are welcome to register for any live session or view the recording of a previous session. The webinar session schedule can be found here (see Zoom User Training).
If you are interested in additional online resources concerning Zoom Web Conferencing, please visit the Zoom Help Center page.