The University of Arizona Office of Instruction & Assessment has put together several resources on using Zoom effectively and securely.
- Zoom Instructions for D2L - Go here if you will be using Zoom within a D2L course.
- Zoom Instructions for Web Portal - Go here if you WILL NOT be using Zoom for a D2L course.
- Security and Privacy - Go here to view recommended security and privacy settings for your meetings.
- Tips on Teaching with Zoom - Go here to view various tips on using Zoom within your teaching.
- Accessibility Tips - Go here for tips on making your Zoom meetings and recordings accessible.
- FAQ - Go here to get answers to frequently asked questions regarding our campus Zoom license.
Prevent Zoombombing - someone hacking into your web meeting to share lewd and offensive content. This page provides a number of options, in order of importance. Note,
- If you experience Zoombombing, report it to UA's Information Security Office
- Make sure you install updates
- Never put a Zoom link to a regular meeting on a public webpage or social media. A Zoom webinar license on a public page is okay as it has much tighter controls on what participants can do
- Password-protect your meetings
- Use a waiting room or lock the meeting (depending on number of participants)
- Permanently remove problem participants
- If all participants and hosts have a NetID then require NetID authentication (if any do not have a NetID then you cannot use authentication)