Zoom Security Resources
- 4J’s Recommendations for Zoom Meeting Security – A webpage listing 4J’s recommendations, expectations and tips for meeting security in Zoom.
- 4J’s Zoom Privacy Considerations – A detailed web document explaining the Zoom settings teachers should use to ensure security in Zoom.
- Setting up Zoom Authentication – This feature restricts meeting participants to those that have a valid 4J email address, while allowing hosts to still invite participants that do not have a 4J email.
Setting up Zoom
- Using Zoom for Online Learning on Your Computer (video, 10:28). See how to use Zoom on your computer.
- Setting up Zoom on your Phone, (video, 5:56). See the basics for using Zoom on your phone.
- Creating Contacts in Zoom (Google Doc). Create contacts in Zoom so you can easily invite colleagues to Zoom meetings.
Scheduling a Zoom Meeting
- Scheduling Your 4J Office Hours in Zoom (7:20). Debbie Levy, the Churchill teacher-librarian, takes you step-by-step through scheduling your 4J office hours in Zoom while adhering to 4J’s security recommendations.
- Choosing Between New Meetings and Scheduled Meetings. Zoom explains the difference between “new meetings” and “scheduled meetings” on this webpage.
- Scheduling a Meeting in Zoom (1:07). Zoom demonstrates how to schedule a meeting using its webpage.
Control When Running a Meeting
- How to Share Your Screen (1:11). Zoom explains how to share your screen with other meeting participants.
- Setting Meeting Controls (10:16). This in-depth video tutorial by Zoom delves into all the meeting settings at your fingertips to help you successfully control meetings.
- Setting Closed Captioning in Zoom (1:39). Zoom steps you through how to allow closed captions to be typed during a meeting.
- Waiting Room – Sending Students a Message in the Waiting Room (1:14) Julie Vignoul explains how to message students while they wait, so they don’t feel forgotten!
Additional Zoom Resources