Articles about Zoom from Ivy Tech's online databases:
Full Speed Ahead with Modern Communication - A positive review of Zoom published in December 2019 (just before EVERYONE started using it).
Hollywood Innovators - How the film industry is dealing with the difficulties presented by COVID-19.
Florida Judge Wants Lawyers to Dress Appropriately for Zoom Meetings - A reminder that it's important to maintain professionalism even in a virtual setting.
Welcome! This LibGuide, organized by library staff at Ivy Tech Kokomo, offers an overview of how to get started with Zoom and lists additional resources and training opportunities so that you'll become a Zoom expert in no time at all!
To get started, select one of the tabs at the top of the screen ("For Students," "For Faculty," and "For Staff") to find more resources geared to your specific role within the college.
You can also download the guide "How to Access Zoom" below for a quick overview.
If you are a faculty or staff member of Ivy Tech, you have access to the premium version of Zoom, with the full range of the software's capabilities.
What does this mean? With the basic, free version of Zoom that is available to the public, there are more limits on the number of users who can be logged into a Zoom meeting at the same time, and there are time limits on group meetings. This tends to affect mostly larger gatherings such as staff meetings and webinars.
Please get in touch with us if you have questions, concerns, or problems that aren't addressed here. We are here to help you!
There are three main ways of accessing Zoom. This document walks users through each method with a combination of text, screenshots, and links to additional resources so that they can decide what they are most comfortable with and what works best for their needs.