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Zoom Web Conferencing Training
Zoom is free to UCSF faculty, staff and students, and the UCSF Zoom instance is approved for use with restricted data. Zoom is accessible to users through the desktop client, web and via integrations with Outlook and Teams.
- How to Correctly Sign Into Zoom Desktop App
- Zoom: Using the Microsoft Teams Integration
- Zoom: How Do I Obtain a Webinar or Large Meeting License
- How to Schedule Zoom Meetings on MAC OS Catalina
To assist with using Zoom, it is recommended to review the following training resources to learn more about recording sessions in Zoom, manage interactions with patients, and other best practices for facilitating meetings with colleagues among other uses:
- Zoom Training
- Zoom FAQs
- Zoom for Patient Care
- Additional Zoom Guides
- How to Have a Zoom Meeting That Is (Almost) as Good as Being There
Within Zoom, it is possible to include Live Transcription (closed captions) automatically to provide written text for words spoken by hosts/participants. This feature is utilized to make your Zoom meetings or webinars more accessible for attendees.
Recording Meetings and Webinars
There are two methods for recording meetings or webinars within Zoom including on the Computer or in the Cloud. NOTE: When recording a meeting or webinar to the cloud, Zoom is not a recommended for long-term storage as recordings will be moved to the trash within 7 days and deleted permanently after spending 30 days in the trash.
Zoom Security Settings
UCSF requires that Zoom meetings and webinars are secured through the use of the Waiting Room or passcode features, however, there are other security features that ensure the privacy of your Zoom meeting and webinars. Learn More About Recommended Security Settings for Zoom.
Integrating with Zoom
There are numerous applications that integrate with Zoom and there is a process for requesting an integration for Zoom that is not currently approved at UCSF. Learn More About Zoom API & Zoom App Enhancement Requests.