Zoom: Video Conferencing at MLML

 

Join a Zoom Meeting Screen Sharing in Zoom Meeting

Start a Zoom Meeting

Remote Control Computer Screen
Enabling and Adding a Co-Host for Room Moderation

Leaving Zoom Meeting

Audio and Video Settings

Classroom-Specific Guidelines

Record Zoom Meeting Think Tank Meetings
Creating Polls Mobile Presentation Unit (MPU)

To learn how to teach remotely at MLML using Zoom, follow this link.

Quick Tips:

Zoom is a video conferencing application available to CSUMB and SJSU affiliates (students, faculty, staff, etc.) Users are able to host or join conference calls, video conference call, and share their screen.

Keep Zoom meetings secure:

  • DO NOT share meeting URLs with anyone who is not a part of the meeting
  • Keep meeting passwords on and set a simple password
  • Add waiting room so you can review what participants are trying to join
  • Once all attendees have joined, lock your session (How-To Guide here)
  • Use "Only authenticated users can join" setting for meetings attended by people only from MLML/SJSU
  • Set your name in your Zoom portal and/or app
  • For more information:

 

Make sure your name on Zoom is your name in real life!

Your displayed name in Zoom meetings should read as your first name followed by your last name (i.e., "Jane Doe")

 

How to change your display name on Zoom:

  • Visit Zoom's website and log in with your credentials from your home campus
  • Click "profile" on the left side of the screen
  • Click the first "edit" button on the top right of the screen (to the right of your name and profile picture)
  • In the "display name" field, put your name is as "First Last" 
    • Please do not use initials, nicknames, or abbreviations 
If you use Chrome as your primary web browser, try downloading the Zoom extension for Chrome 
  • This will make it much easier for you to schedule meetings, send out invitations, and keep track of your upcoming meetings

 

Join a Zoom Meeting


By Computer

  1. Download and install the Zoom App.

  2. Click the Join URL in a Zoom invitation
     - or -
    Navigate to Zoom:
  3. Select “Join a Meeting”

  4. Enter the Meeting ID number (your meeting ID is a 9, 10, or 11-digit number) or Personal Link Name
    • Find Meeting ID in email invite or...
    • Hosts or current participants can find Meeting ID at top of Zoom browser.

(You can prepare for a scheduled Zoom meeting by downloading and installing the Zoom Client.)

Call In By Phone

  1. Dial an in-country number found at https://zoom.us/zoomconference or provided by host
    • For calls in the US use this phone number: +1 646-876-9923
    • If calling in with MLML conference phone dial 7 first.
  2. Enter the Meeting ID followed by # (your meeting ID is a 9, 10, or 11-digit number) or Personal Link Name
    • Find Meeting ID in email invite or...
    • Hosts or current participants can find Meeting ID at top of Zoom browser.
  3. Enter your participant ID, followed by # (Press # only to skip)
    • To enter your participant ID once you are in the meeting, enter #Participant ID# on your phone

Start a Zoom Meeting


Step One: Sign into Zoom for SJSU (using your SJSU ID) or CSUMB (OtterID)

Host a Meeting
  1. Select Host a Meeting in top right of Zoom screen.

  2. The Zoom App will launch

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  1. Join audio and/or video by clicking the microphone and video camera icons, respectively

  2. Invite others while meeting is started, click the Invite button at the bottom of the Zoom user interface and select the participants via email address or contact list

  3. You could also edit the participant list by clicking Manage Participants, which is next to the Invite button
 
Schedule a Meeting

See our Zoom Security Best Practices & Recommendations.

  1. Select Schedule a Meeting in top-right of Zoom screen
  2. Fill in the information, below are recommended options:
    • Registration Required: Unchecked

    • Require Meeting Password: Unchecked

    • Video: Off for both

    • Audio: Both

    • Meeting Options - Select the Following: 

      • Enable join before host

      • Mute participants upon entry

  3. Save

  4. Click the Copy the invitation link and send the info to your meeting attendees.
  5. When you are ready to start the Zoom meeting:
    • Go to https://sjsu.zoom.us/, sign-in, and click Meetings on the left

    • Click the Start Meeting button to start the Zoom meeting.

  6. Zoom will download a launcher and click Open zoom.us if a system dialog pops up

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  • To Invite others while meeting is started, click the Invite button at the bottom of the Zoom user interface and select the participants via email address or contact list
  • You could also edit the participant list by clicking Manage Participants, which is next to the Invite button

NOTE:  All CSUMB, SJSU, and Research Foundation Faculty, Staff, and Students should be able to login to Zoom.  If you are unable to login to Zoom, please submit an IT Helpdesk Ticket.

 

Large Meeting Tips:
  • Wait to admit participants until the meeting starts
  • Participants with raised hands will rise to the top of the recipient list
  • Assign multiple Co-Hosts to help moderate a large meeting
  • Pause the recording until all participants are in the meeting and the meeting starts
To make a meeting easier to join for your group, try embedding the password into the invitation with these steps:
  1. Open up Zoom in your internet browser and sign in to your account
  2. Go to the "settings" tab on the left hand side 02.png
  3. Under the "meeting" settings, go to the "security" subsection
  4. Check the box next to "embed passcode in invite link for one-click join"Screen-Shot-2020-09-28-at-1.04.12-PM.png

Enabling and Adding a Co-Host for Room Moderation


When hosting large Zoom Meetings, you might want to add a co-host, to help you moderate or facilitate the meeting.

Enabling Co-host

Enabling Co-host on Your Account

To enable the Co-host feature for all members of your organization:

1. Sign into the Zoom web portal, click settings.

2. Scroll down to the In Meeting settings and locate the Co-host option and verify that the setting is enabled.

3. If the setting is disabled, click the Status toggle to enable it. If a verification dialog displays, choose Turn On to verify the change.

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Enabling Co-host on a Specific Group

To enable the Co-host feature for all members of a specific group:

1. Sign into the Zoom web portal as an administrator with the privilege to edit User groups, and click Group Management.

2. Click the name of the group, then click the Settings tab.

3. Navigate to the Co-host option  on the Meeting tab and verify that the setting is enabled.

4. If the setting is disabled, click the Status toggle to enable it. If a verification dialog displays, choose Turn On to verify the change.

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5. Note: If the option is grayed out,  it has been locked at the Account level, and needs to be changed at that level.

6. (Optional) If you want to make this setting mandatory for all users in this group, click the lock icon, and then click Lock to confirm the setting.

 

Enabling Co-host in your own meetings

To enable the Co-host feature for your own use:

1. Sign into the Zoom web portal and click My Meeting Settings (if you are an account administrator) or Meeting Settings (if you are an account member).

2. Navigate to the Co-host option on the Meeting tab and verify that the setting is enabled.

3. If the setting is disabled, click the Status toggle to enable it. If a verification dialog displays, choose Turn On to verify the change.

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4. Note: If the option is grayed out, it has been locked at either the Group or Account level, and you will need to contact your Zoom administrator.

Using Co-host in a Meeting

There are two ways that you can make a user a co-host.

  • In the meeting, the host hovers over the user's video, clicks on the three dots and chooses Make Co-Host.