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Using Zoom with Dual monitors

# How to use Zoom with dual monitors ## Prerequisites * Zoom desktop client for Windows, Mac, or Linux * Dual monitors enabled on your system * [How to enable dual monitors in Windows 10][1] * [How to enable dual monitors on a Mac][2] * CPU: i5+ Quad Core (or higher) | i5+ Duo Core (or higher) 2GHz+…

Sharing an iOS Device Screen in Zoom

You can use Screen Mirroring on your iPad or iPhone to share your tablet screen with other attendees in Zoom. 1. In your Zoom meeting, click **Share Screen**. ![][1] 2. Choose **iPhone/iPad**. ![][2] 3. If you would like to share your phone audio into the meeting, check **Share computer sound**. 4. Clic…

Using the Document Camera with Zoom in a Collaboration Capable Classroom

We are adding collaboration capabilities to many of our classrooms. This new technology will allow us to hold hybrid, real-time in person and remote learning sessions in a flexible variety of modes. While many of the classrooms are ready to go, it's a work in progress. Some classrooms may not be ready for the solution…

How to Mute All and Unmute All in Zoom

You can mute all participants that are already in the meeting as well as new participants joining the meeting. 1. Select Manage Participants [![][1]][1] 2. Select Mute All ![][2] 3. You will be prompted to Allow participants to unmute themselves. Clicking Continue will mute all current and new participant…

Best Practices for Using Zoom

# Meeting and Webinar Best Practices and Resources ## ## Are you hosting an online event using Zoom Webinars or Zoom Meetings? Download our [Online Event Best Practices Guide][1] at the bottom of this page for pre-event, live-event, and post-event best practices ranging from how to manage Q&A, engaging attendees, a…

Getting Started with Zoom in a Web Browser

# Zoom Web Client ## Overview The Zoom web client allows joining a Zoom meeting or webinar without downloading any plugins or software. However, the web client has limited features and functions best on [Google Chrome][1]. Through your settings, you can control if the [Join From Browser][2] link appears automatical…

Using Breakout Rooms in Zoom

# Virtual Breakout Rooms Zoom allows you to split your students into virtual breakout rooms. To enable this feature do the following. •In the Zoom web app select “Settings” from the left menu. •In the options to the right Select “Meeting”, then select “In Meeting (Advanced)” ![][1] •In the menu that opens “Turn o…

Using your Zoom Account in a Web Browser

Step 1: Go to www.zoom.us in a web browser and click on the _Sign In_ link near the top right corner. Step 2: On the Sign In page, click on the **_Sign in with SSO_** button ![][1] Step 3: On the Sign In with SSO page, enter "arapahoe-edu" in the _Company Domain_ field and click _Continue_ ![][2] Step 4: You will…

How to Use Zoom

[How to sign into Zoom][1] [How to schedule a meeting][2] [How to use Zoom][3] # Getting Started ## Sign into Zoom If you are using a web browser to access Zoom, please read t [Using Your Zoom Account in a Web Browser][4]. If you are using the Zoom application on a computer or mobile device, please read [Using Y…

Using Your Zoom Account with the Zoom Application

Step 1: Open the Zoom application from your desktop or device home screen and click the _Sign In _button. Step 2: Click the **_Sign In with SSO_** button. ![][1] Step 3: On the Sign In with SSO page, enter "arapahoe-edu" in the _Company Domain_ field and click _Continue_ ![][2] Step 4: You will then be directed t…

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