1. Importing and Disassociating Zoom Meetings into Brightspace
    1. Importing a Zoom Meeting into Brightspace
    2. Disassociating a Zoom Meeting from a Brightspace Course
  2. Need help with Zoom?

You can manage your course Zoom meetings from your Zoom dashboard within D2L Brightspace. From your Zoom dashboard, you can start or join a meeting, access your Zoom recordings, as well as access your Personal Meeting Room ID/Link to share your zoom meeting information with course participants.

→For more Zoom in Brightspace instructions, see Setting up Zoom in Brightspace

Importing and Disassociating Zoom Meetings into Brightspace

You can then use it to import existing meetings associated with your Zoom Pro Account. You can manage settings for imported meetings directly in Zoom in the same fashion as those created in Brightspace.

Importing a Zoom Meeting into Brightspace

If you have previously created a Zoom meeting in the Zoom app, you may import the meeting into your Brightspace course. It will display under the “Upcoming Meetings” tab in the Zoom plug-in dashboard.

  1. Log in to Brightspace with your MyCarletonOne credentials.
  2. On the Brightspace homepage, locate your course in one of the following ways:
      • Click on the course tile under the My Courses widget.
      • Click the Course Selector Grid  and select the course from the drop-down menu. If you are enrolled in more than 20 courses, you can search for the course name using the search bar.
  3. In the navbar, click Tools.       
  4. Select Zoom from the drop-down menu. You will be taken to your Zoom dashboard.
  5. Locate the meeting that you want to import.
  6. Copy the meeting ID.
  7. Click Course Meetings/Recordings to return to the dashboard.
  8. Click the vertical ellipses button and select Import Meeting from the drop-down menu.
  9. Paste the Meeting ID into the Meeting ID field and click Import.
  10. The meeting will now be displayed in the “Upcoming Meetings Tab” in the Zoom plug-in dashboard.

WARNING: You may only associate a meeting with a single Brightspace Course. If you try to import a meeting already associated with another course, an error will occur.
TIP: You may import meetings that have recorded in the past to bring the recordings with them into the “previous meetings tab”. This may be useful for guest speakers, etc. that you want students to have access to. Warning that Zoom only stores recordings for 120 days before they are erased. Best practice is to upload media into MediaSpace. See Uploading Zoom Recordings to MediaSpace for instructions.

You have now imported a meeting into your Brightspace course and can access your meeting. 

Disassociating a Zoom Meeting from a Brightspace Course

Disassociate a Zoom meeting to remove the meeting from the “Upcoming Meetings” tab in your Brightspace course.

  1. Log in to Brightspace with your MyCarletonOne credentials.
  2. On the Brightspace homepage, locate your course in one of the following ways:
      • Click on the course tile under the My Courses widget.
      • Click the Course Selector Grid  and select the course from the drop-down menu. If you are enrolled in more than 20 courses, you can search for the course name using the search bar.
  3. In the navbar, click Tools.       
  4. Select Zoom from the drop-down menu. You will be taken to your Zoom dashboard.
  5. Click the vertical ellipses button and select Disassociate Meeting from the drop-down menu.
  6. Paste the Meeting ID for the meeting you want to disassociate.
    NOTE: For more information about Meeting IDs and where to locate your Meeting ID, see Zoom’s Meeting and Webinar ID support page.
  7. Click Disassociate.

WARNING: The “Delete” button deletes the meeting from both your Brightspace Zoom dashboard and your Zoom.us account. If you accidentally delete a meeting, you can restore it in zoom.us. See Recovering a Deleted Meeting or Webinar for more information on restoring deleted meetings.

Need help with Zoom?

  • Visit the TLS Support Portal for Zoom support.
  • Teaching and Learning Services is offering a number of online training sessions to help you get started with Zoom. Please visit the TLS Events page for more information.

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