Starting Monday, Nov. 1, users who have not updated their Zoom desktop client in the last 9 months, will be required to update the application. Visit Zoom for detailed instructions on how to update your Zoom application or refer to the following summary: open the Zoom desktop client on your computer, click on your initials in the top right corner of the application, then select “check for updates”. For questions or assistance, contact the Technology Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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" above to open your account.
Existing users: 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.
With the transition to online classes, virtual events, and a remote workforce, keeping virtual meetings safe and secure is especially important. Zoom is equipped with various tools to keep your meetings safe and secure. Please review the helpful Zoom Security Resources to keep your meetings safe.
- Zoom Getting Started Guide
- Brandeis Quick Guide for Participants
- Zoom Security Resources
- Meeting and Webinar Best Practices & Resources
- Zoom Live Transcription
- Accessibility features and keyboard shortcuts
Resources for Faculty
- Visit the Teaching with Zoom information page.
- Review step-by-step instructions in the Getting Started: 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 to 1000 people)? A Zoom webinar allows you to broadcast your event to a larger audience while maintaining a safe and secure environment. Learn more about Zoom Webinars.
Need help? Please send support requests to email@example.com
Additional documentation and video tutorials can be found at support.zoom.us.
If you're interested in hosting a Zoom webinar, please fill out our Brandeis Zoom Webinar Request Form.