Zoom Webinar Workshop

You may be familiar with Zoom Meetings as a video conference software, but the university just expanded its license to include Zoom Webinar licenses for all faculty, staff, and student accounts (community IDs not included). Zoom Webinar allows users to create webinar (broadcast-style) web meetings that can accommodate up to 500 participants.

The default view of the Zoom Webinar is focused on the panelist and/or the host. Additionally, all the participant mics are muted by default, which minimizes the ability of users in noisy environments to disrupt the presentation.

If you’re interested in learning more about how Zoom Webinar can help bring outside expertise into your classroom, create synchronous experiences into online classes, expand your outreach agenda, and share your knowledge publicly, we encourage you to attend a live Zoom Webinar Information Session that will be hosted in the Hub.

A photo of students around a circular table.

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Meeting Info:

Hub for Innovation in Learning and Technology
619 Red Cedar Rd Room D101
East Lansing, MI 48824

September 20th, 2018

11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

To attend the Zoom Webinar Walkthrough in-person

If you are interested attending the Information Session in-person, please complete the following the form: https://go.msu.edu/ZoomIP.

To attend the Zoom Webinar Walkthrough remotely

If you are interested in attending the Information Session remotely, please complete the following Zoom registration form: https://go.msu.edu/ZoomRemote.