Zoom (Web Conferencing)
With the transition to online classes and a virtual workforce, there is an increasingly high use of Zoom worldwide. There is a new internet troll trend called "Zoombombing" where an uninvited participant joins a Zoom meeting and shares inappropriate or inflammator content via Screen Share or Chat.
Read the Zoombombing notice shared with the Brandeis community.
Review Zoombombing Resources to learn about security best practices to reduce the risk of this happening to you.
ITS offers the Zoom web-conferencing platform to the Brandeis community to help you communicate and collaborate with colleagues and peers across campus or across the world. Web conferencing allows people to meet in virtual meeting rooms, reducing the cost and hassle of travel.
New Users: Click "Login" below to open your account.
To obtain an account, click the login button to get started. Log in with your Brandeis username and password and you will automatically be provisioned an account. Watch a training video with step-by-step instructions for setting up your account.
- Brandeis Quick Guide for Participants
- Zoom Getting Started Guide
- Meeting and Webinar Best Practices & Resources
- Acessibility features and keyboard shortcuts
Resources for Faculty
Faculty and instructors can learn more about using Zoom as a classroom by reviewing step-by-step instructions in the Zoom as a Classroom Guide. For a full list of resources and information for teaching continuity, please visit the Center for Teaching and Learning website.
Hosting a meeting for a large audience (up ti 500 people)? Zoom webinars is the right web conferencing solution to host or broadcast a meeting or event to a large audience of viewers. Learn more about Zoom Webinars.
Need help? Please send support requests to email@example.com
Additional information and video tutorials can be found at support.zoom.us.
If interested in hosting a Zoom webinar, please fill out our Brandeis Zoom Webinar Request Form.