Teaching with Zoom

If you are new to the U-M community or new to Zoom, it is important that you follow the directions on the Getting Started page. You need to have basic knowledge of using Zoom and have activated your U-M Zoom account before continuing with the information below. We recommend you also refer to Participating in Meetings and Webinars, Hosting Meetings and Webinars, and How to Secure Meetings.

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Video Tutorials

The following tutorials were created in 2020 and may contain outdated information (as Zoom continues to update its service).
  • Zoom for Students (13-minute video)
    • Downloading the Zoom application
    • Joining a Zoom Meeting
    • Test your Audio and Video
    • Use nonverbal feedback and reactions
    • Share your screen
    • Send a chat
    • Tips for success when learning over Zoom
  • Zoom for Teaching Workshop Recording (1-hour 40-minute video from U-M)
    • Controls/Settings
    • Managing Participants
    • Screen Sharing
    • Polls/Recordings/Breakout Rooms
    • Web Portal Management
    • Zoom Canvas Integration

Outside the Classroom

Learn how Danielle Belen, Associate Professor of Music at the U-M School for Music, Theatre, and Dance, uses Zoom cloud recordings to provide asynchronous feedback to students.

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