This document outlines resources for instructors on how to get started with the Canvas-Zoom integration at UW-Madison.
Select this link to list all Zoom documents from the Learn@UW-Madison Knowledgebase at the bottom of this page.
Zoom is an enterprise cloud platform for video, voice, online meetings, screen sharing, chat, and webinars. This enterprise web conferencing and distance learning application runs across mobile devices, desktops, telephones, and room systems. This document focuses on Zoom and its integration with the Canvas Learning Management System. For information on how to access Zoom outside of Canvas, see UW-Madison Zoom - Getting started
For a comparison of your web conferencing options on campus, including Zoom, please see Help Desk - Which video conferencing or webinar tool should I use? Blackboard Collaborate Ultra, Google Hangouts Meet, Cisco Webex , Microsoft Teams, Zoom.
The Canvas-Zoom integration allows Zoom to recognize the participants and loosely maps their roles in Canvas to the Zoom session (Instructor = Moderator, Student = Participant). Any recordings made using a Zoom Room associated with your Canvas Course will also show up in the integration for instructors and students.
Zoom offers several options for breakout rooms. For more information, please see Using Breakout Groups To Increase Student Engagement.
If using the pre-assigned breakout group option, see Zoom - Known Issue - Preloading Breakout Groups in the Zoom/Canvas Integration.
Although the Learn@UW-Madison team does not provide training on Zoom at this time, there are a variety of self help resources available. Zoom frequently provides webinar trainings, including some focused specifically on teaching and learning. For a list of these resources, please go here.