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These are instructions to mute your speaker in Zoom while you take a phone call through your computer.
Zoom is a web conferencing system. It supports video and audio over the Internet, screen sharing, meeting recording, whiteboard, Outlook calendar integration and use on mobile devices.
At one time or another you will probably want to record your meeting or webinar for training, legal, or any other purposes.
Zoom has two types of recordings, local recording and cloud recording. Local recordings, which come standard with all Zoom accounts, are saved to your computer. Cloud recordings, included with all paid accounts, are saved to the Zoom Cloud where they can be viewed, shared, and downloaded.
Both options provide standard MP4 video, M4A audio, and chat text files.
This article describes how to share a Zoom recording to D2L Brightspace via Kaltura MediaSpace.
Videos in Kaltura MediaSpace can be linked out to D2L Brightspace using the Share feature of MediaSpace. The steps described in this article will help you post your videos within D2L Brighspace.
Information on how to reduce the likelihood of Zoom Bombing
This article describes two methods for installing the Zoom client as well as instructions for signing in to and configuring the application.
This article contains information that shows the user how to log in to Zoom using Single Sign On (SSO).
Response to the question: What is zoom?
This article describes the status of videos saved in Kaltura MediaSpace that have been marked for deletion in Zoom.
Live captioning in Zoom
This article describes how to use Zoom closed captioning.
Zoom is a web conference solution provided by Minnesota State for use by faculty, staff, and students. This tool is simple to use and works well at delivering features that faculty wish to use in an online collaborative solution. Zoom has the ability to record the session. Through an integration with Kaltura MediaSpace, students can revisit the recording of a lecture or collaboration session.
Leverage Zoom to set up recurring meetings