Maintaining L&T Continuity



This week’s Zoom support – w/b Monday 27th July 2020 – For Swansea University Staff


Upcoming Teaching with Zoom Webinars


Please register an hour before the sessions.


Zoom the Basics – an introduction to Zoom for Teaching.
This session will explore the use of Zoom for online teaching and learner support including a demonstration of various functions such as explaining how to schedule a session, enabling participants to use their audio, video and text chat.


Zoom Advanced – an overview of some of the more advanced features people have asked about in previous sessions. If you are new to Zoom, have a look in Blackboard at ‘Zoom: The Basics’ in the ‘Zoom Webinar Resources’ first.

Zoom – Webinar Resources

Zoom – The Basics

The webinar recording above is of the most recent session, where we explore the basic use of Zoom for Learning and Teaching on line. The recording covers everything you need to know to start using Zoom with your learners. From setting up a Zoom session to finding your way around the basic tools and settings.

The Transcript is on the right-hand side, where you can switch to see the Chat of participants asking questions as the session ran. Or you can play full screen and add CC which you will find at the bottom of the video screen.

Zoom – Advanced Tools for Teaching

The recording above is of the follow-on webinar where we explore the Advanced Tools for interactivity and collaboration. The recording covers waiting rooms, breakout rooms, polls and more.

The Transcript is on the right-hand side, where you can switch to see the Chat of participants asking questions as the session ran. Or you can play full screen and add CC which you will find at the bottom of the video screen.

Zoom – Security for Teaching

Recording of the session on Security Features : keeping yourself, and your participants, as safe as possible in a Zoom session. Click on the Webinar Recording link above to access the recording. It will open in a new tab and contains, the video, chat and a transcript.

You will need the Access Password: 1i%B7!?=

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