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Zoom is a cloud-based videoconferencing tool for audio- and videoconferencing, chat, webinars, hosting large meetings, and more. Learn how to join a Zoom meeting, adjust your audio and video settings, use meeting controls, and share your screen
Learn how to prevent and respond to Zoombombing — the disruption of a Zoom class or meeting with racist, misogynistic, or vulgar messages or images.
On March 23, 2020, or shortly thereafter, UO students and employees who have existing Zoom accounts with zoom.us that are associated with their @uoregon.edu email address will be prompted to choose to either 1) Transition those accounts into UO's new enterprise Zoom service or 2) Change the email address associated with the account. This page provides instructions for both options.
Learn how to schedule a Zoom meeting through Outlook and through the Zoom website.
Zoom is now available for use university-wide. This article explains the different Zoom account types and who has which type.
This page contains information about training videos and webinars from Microsoft about Microsoft Teams.
Tips for having the best experience with audio- and videoconferencing using Microsoft Teams, Zoom, or other applications.
This page contains information about Zoom's own training videos and webinars about Zoom.
Learn how to use and manage Zoom Video Breakout Rooms.
Learn how to enable and disable captioning (automated transcripts) for your Zoom recordings.
Phone bridging for Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business information and instructions.
When to use phone bridging with Microsoft Teams/Skype for Business and when to use the AT&T phone conferencing service