Zoom is KGI’s easy-to-use video conferencing platform that provides high definition, interactive collaboration tools, and telephone conferencing to use for communication and collaboration. If you want more details beyond this Student Guide, you can also download Zoom’s 30-page “Getting Started with Zoom” PDF guide.
Learning with Zoom you can:
Your professor will send you a Zoom URL link prior to class so you can access the online session. They will also post the URL on the course Sakai page.
At the most basic level, all you need to use Zoom is a laptop or mobile device with Wi-Fi and built-in webcam and microphone.
The following equipment will enhance your experience but is not necessary:
Here are the top three problems that make up the majority of Zoom issues and how you can address them before they happen:
If you’re still experiencing trouble, KGI’s IT team is available to assist you. You may reach them at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start class off right with some basic Zoom etiquette:
During class, you might engage with your instructor and other students using some of these Zoom tools:
You don’t have to wait for class to start to use Zoom.
You can use Zoom to: