1. Zoom Pro Licenses
  2. Zoom Training and Workshops
  3. Installing and Setting up Zoom
    1. Launching a Test Zoom Meeting

Zoom is a cloud-based web-conferencing tool that allows you to host and record online meetings. Carleton University has an enterprise license with Zoom accounts available for teaching and learning purposes.  Zoom can be used to host synchronous class sessions, office hours, group work sessions, webinars, departmental meetings and to create screen recordings.

Zoom Pro Licenses

For instructors and teaching assistants, the email address associated with your licensed Zoom account should match that associated with your Brightspace account (either: firstnamelastname@cunet.carleton.ca or firstnamelastname@cmail.carleton.ca). For members of staff, the email address associated with your licensed Zoom account should be your firstnamelastname@cunet.carleton.ca address. To check which email is associated with your Zoom account, visit the Carleton Email Confirmation Webpage and enter your MyCarleton One (MC1) account information (your MC1 credentials are the login and password you use to access the Carleton network, Brightspace, and other Carleton web applications.)

You can get started with Zoom either by adding Zoom into a Brightspace course or by a logging directly into the Zoom website. More information about the Zoom website and app are listed below.

If you have any questions or need support with your Zoom account, please submit a ticket to the TLS Support Portal.

Zoom Training and Workshops

Sign up for an EDC Zoom workshop or visit the TLS Media Channel for previously recorded workshop sessions. Zoom also hosts daily interactive live training webinars that are free to attend, or you can watch recorded Zoom training sessions. If you’d like a consultation about how to use Zoom in your class for your teaching sessions, complete the Course Consultation Request Form.

Installing and Setting up Zoom

Launching a Test Zoom Meeting

You can launch a test Zoom meeting anytime at zoom.us/test to familiarize yourself with the Zoom interface and test your video/audio before joining a live meeting. This will launch a meeting where you are the only participant (you can then invite others if you want to). See Joining A Test Meeting for more information about using the using the Zoom Test Meeting feature.