We are excited to announce the launch of Zoom web conferencing at SDSU!
Zoom is an easy-to-use web conferencing tool that works with Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Linux, allowing users to connect via video, audio, and/or screen sharing remotely from any location. Faculty can use Zoom to teach an entire class synchronously online, or to facilitate breakout meetings with one or more students. Additionally, students and staff can utilize Zoom to facilitate meetings with peers, colleagues, and other campuses locally, nationally, or internationally.
How to access your SDSU Zoom account:
Early adopters who wish to begin using Zoom prior to the 2017/2018 academic year will need to activate their SDSUid account by following the instructions outlined in the Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) SDSUid request protocol: bit.ly/2aXU7i4.
Upon receiving your SDSUid, go to sdsu.zoom.us and sign in using your SDSUid login information. You can also access Zoom from your smartphone by downloading the Zoom Video Conferencing app. In both the desktop and mobile application, click “Login with SSO” and select sdsu.zoom.us as your domain. Once logged in, you can schedule and join meetings via your web browser, Zoom desktop application, Zoom mobile app, or telephone.
Get Started with Zoom:
Resources and Getting Help:
- For more information on Zoom, including a variety of video tutorials, please visit the ITS Web Conferencing webpage: its.sdsu.edu/web-conferencing
- For questions regarding Zoom’s instructional implementation and uses, please contact Sean Hauze, Instructional Media Developer: email@example.com; 619.594.1348
- For questions regarding your SDSUid, please contact the ETS Help Desk: firstname.lastname@example.org; 619.594.5261 (M-F, 9am-4pm)