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Writing 10 (Trook): Connecting with Zoom

You're Invited!

Our library session will take place on Monday, April 20 at 1:30pm via Zoom. Please be logged onto Zoom by the beginning of the class. The Zoom Room will be live 10 minutes before class starts. 

Click on the link to join our Zoom meeting.

  1. You should have a webcam and a microphone to participate in class. At a minimum, you will need a microphone. Most laptops have built-in microphones and webcams.
  2. We will also be using the internet during the session to locate library resources.  To access library resources from off-campus locations, you will need to be connected to the Virtual Private Network (VPN).  Please ensure that you can connect to the VPN prior to our session.  If you have not set-up the VPN on your laptops/computer, see these Instructions.  If you have any issues with set-up and connecting, please contact OIT.

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Using Zoom

We will start class with a review of Zoom tools. Here's a brief introduction.

Once you're in Zoom, your interface will include a black menu bar at the bottom (or top) of your screen. The menu offers a number of options:


  • Mute / Unmute - controls your personal audio
  • Stop Video / Start Video - controls whether or not your webcam is live
  • Manage Participants - click on this to see who else is on Zoom (and whether or not their audio / video is enabled)
  • Chat - where you can type in a question, comment, or response; see other comments from peers
  • Leave Meeting / End Meeting - at the close of class, you will leave the meeting; end meeting is only available to the Zoom host