Zoom is a full-featured web and video conferencing solution that offers the ability to have online meetings with anyone on campus or even around the world. Features include: video conferencing, screen sharing, remote control, breakout rooms, and even the ability to record your meetings.
At this time, Zoom is available for anyone on campus with an @mail.snu.edu account, so that means it uses your SNU credentials.
If you are accessing your SNU Zoom account for the FIRST TIME, navigate to https://snu.zoom.us/ to sign-in and configure your account.
When you access our custom SNU Zoom page, a free account will be automatically created for you. Faculty and Students will have a 40-minute limit for meetings of 3 or more that they create or host. Please contact the IT department for any questions regarding this at 405.491.6396 or support@clisupport.
Accessing your SNU Zoom Account
To use your SNU Zoom account, please login here https://snu.zoom.us/ using your SNU credentials.
Adding Zoom to your Canvas Course Navigation
If you do not see Zoom in your course navigation, you can add it by following these directions: How do I Manage Course Navigation Links
Scheduling a Zoom Meeting in Canvas
For Faculty Recording Class Meetings
Faculty have the ability to record beyond the 40-minute time limit, if students are not joining virtually. If 3 or more students join the meeting virtually, there will be a 40-minute time limitation.
All recordings will be saved to the local computer being used to record unless you select to record to the cloud. Cloud recordings are maintained for only 7 days before being automatically deleted.
For students to view the recording, the video will need to be uploaded to Canvas Studio and then shared to an announcement or page within the course. For more information, visit the Canvas Studio and Zoom Recording Guides.
- Schedule a Meeting – It is suggested to NOT use your Personal Meeting ID for classroom meetings.
- Join a Meeting
- Meeting Controls & Settings
- Waiting Room – As of March 31st, Zoom has automatically turned on the Waiting Room feature for all accounts in an effort to better secure your Zoom meetings. Watch this 2-minute video breaking down how to admit participants from your waiting room into the meeting. What’s more, read this blog post to learn how to secure your virtual classroom.
- Gallery View – If you want to show all participants at once.
- Removing Participants – This might be necessary if someone unexpected joins a Zoom meeting (such as if you are “Zoombombed.”)
- Record and Access MP4
- Breakout Rooms Video Tutorial
Adding Zoom Recordings to Canvas Studio
In order for your students to view your recorded Zoom session, you will need to add it to Canvas Studio and then share it via a course announcement or a page within your Canvas course.
- Add your Zoom recording to Canvas Studio. (Important – Zoom will delete the video after 14 days!)
- Share Your Studio video in your classroom.
- Video Conferencing or Meetings
- Online Presentations/Lecture
- Online Office Hours