Overview  Zoom webinar licenses allow you to broadcast to an audience of up to 500 participants, up to 1000 participants, or, with a special license, up to 10,000 participants. To request any of these types of webinar licenses, you will need to complete the U-M ITS Meeting vs. Webinar form.
This abbreviated guide to accessibility in Zoom can help you prepare your online classes for the next semester. The original Zoom Accessibility Checklist is provided by U-M Academic Innovation and should be referenced for further details and how-tos on each point.
This document provides instructions for adding a Zoom meeting to your Google Calendar from your Canvas course.
U-M Zoom accounts are created automatically the first time you log in. There is more than one way to log in to your U-M Zoom account. However, all methods use the Sign In with SSO option so that you can log in with U-M Weblogin. Log in to Zoom through the Zoom Application If you have not yet installed the Zoom application on your device, see Installing Zoom on Your Device for instructions.
Each cloud collaboration service you use stores files in different ways. These differences can cause confusion and frustration when trying to find the files you own. This document provides steps for finding the files you own in the university’s various cloud collaboration services: Dropbox, Google, Microsoft 365 (OneDrive), Slack, and Zoom.
Overview Live transcription uses automatic speech recognition (ASR) to caption Zoom meetings/webinars in real time. Participants will not see the Live Transcript option unless the host enables it once the meeting/webinar begins. Notes:
This document provides step-by-step instructions on how to install and use the Zoom for Dropbox integration.
This document provides instructions for installing the "Zoom for Google Workspace" add-on, adding a Zoom meeting to a Google Calendar event, and customizing your meeting preferences.
Overview  Communication Access Realtime Transcription (CART) involves human transcription in real time while someone is speaking or a video is playing. Most deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals require the level of accuracy that CART provides.
ITS recommends installing the Zoom application on your device prior to using Zoom for the first time for the best experience. To install Zoom on your device, determine which type of device you have and follow the corresponding instructions: