Zoom is a web conferencing and recording solution that is available in Canvas. Use Zoom to meet with your class online, share an application on your desktop, demonstrate a new concept, hold office hours, watch student presentations, and more.

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Asynchronous Zoom Recordings (Instructors)

You can create a Zoom Recording outside of class or as part of your course materials and make them available to students to watch on their personal computer or mobile device.

Guidelines for a Virtual Defense Using Zoom

The TWU Graduate School, in response to requests for information about how to set up a virtual thesis or dissertation defense, has developed these suggested guidelines. These guidelines are only suggestions and are subject to the policies and practices of the individual academic components.

Quick Start Guide: Teaching HyFlex Courses in TWU Classrooms

HyFlex ("hybrid flexible") is a course delivery model in which an instructor teaches an in-person and a synchronous online class session at the same time. Use this Quick Start Guide to understand how to get started teaching a HyFlex course in a TWU classroom.

Zoom in Canvas (Instructors)

Zoom is an online service for live meetings, presentations, and training that supports real-time sharing of computer screens, individual applications or web-based content among two or more computers or mobile devices.

Zoom in Canvas (Students)

Zoom is an online service your instructor can use for live meetings, presentations, and training that supports real-time sharing of computer screens, individual applications or web-based content among two or more computers or mobile devices.

Zoom Recordings (Instructors)

All Zoom Cloud Recordings are now saved as Panopto Recordings. We wanted to provide you information on how to locate and share your recordings from Panopto Recordings in your Canvas course.