This two-part workshop series will cover everything you need to know to successfully set up and use Zoom meetings in accordance with pedagogical best practices and MSU security and privacy policies. Features and settings will be shown from the perspective of the meeting host. For each feature we will discuss when and how it could best be applied in an instructional setting.
In the first session, we will provide a comprehensive orientation to Zoom meetings for student instruction at MSU: scheduling a meeting, mandated security settings, how to invite participants, D2L/Zoom integration, MSU’s policy on participant camera use, local and cloud recording, captioning recordings, and generating attendance reports.
October 16th 10 a.m. to 11:15 a.m.
The second session, will delve into more advanced use of Zoom features with a focus on student interaction and engagement. We will cover enabling and using whiteboard, screen annotation, remote control, polling, and breakout rooms. Faculty interested in the tools in this second session are requested to attend the first session as well, since several of these features build on the policies and orientation to Zoom developed in the first session.
Here is the Recorded Session.
You can also view the recording on Mediaspace: Zoom Basics Recording
Advanced Zoom Tools for Student Interaction d Engagement
October 23rd (2 p.m. to 3:15 p.m.)
The second session of the month will cover Zoom’s more advanced features and cover tools like polling, screen annotation, remote control, and breakout rooms.
Here is the recording of the session:
You cna also view the recording on Mediaspace: Zoom Advanced Recording