How to Use Zoom for Teaching Online Classes & Hosting Meetings

hosting in zoom – How to Use Zoom for Teaching Online Classes & Hosting Meetings


How to Use Zoom for Teaching Online Classes & Hosting Meetings

hosting in zoom

Learn how to use zoom for teaching online classes and hosting meetings in this tutorial. I show you how to host a meeting with Zoom, screen share, and manage your presentation. Video conference, online learning, and meeting software like Zoom has never been more important!

Download Zoom:

– – 2 Free Months of Skillshare Premium – –

– – Free Skillshare Courses – –
Illustrator Course:
Photoshop Course:

– – Webcam & Mic – –
Blue Yeti Mic:
C920:

– – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – –

Subscribe:

Follow Pixel & Bracket:

you search:

hosting in zoom

How to Use Zoom for Teaching Online Classes & Hosting Meetings

16 thoughts on “hosting in zoom – How to Use Zoom for Teaching Online Classes & Hosting Meetings

  1. I need to understand how does a host spotlight a person where others can see that person on their screen but the spotlighted person is not the active speaker , the host is. The host spotlights the person to explain how to perhaps do some exercise which the spotlighted person shows for others to see while the host explains. I'm unsure if it is clear what I'm asking…

  2. Hi Spencer, I have 3 questions 1. can the host pop up a link on the screen for participants to see and click during the session? 2. can the host enable the participants to on their video for some part of the session? 3. What is the best way to collect feedback on the session from the participants towards the end of the session? Thanks

  3. Thanks!. Great info! I am using zoom for teaching, but my problem was that my students couldn't join the class because they got a message that I was busy in another meeting, and I didn't know how to go back to that previous meeting and close it. Can you help! pleaaaaaase.

  4. Hi there, I watched this video yesterday and tried things out last night, but it failed. May I ask why from you please. I downloaded zoom , and used epoch cam on my iPhone using it as an overhead birds eye view, on my artwork demo. I set up a meeting with one of students they joined meeting, All good so far. I then wanted to add that iPhone webcam as you had so that it appeared like an invitee. Instead i could only figure out how to use the epoch cam viewer on my Macbook pro as a screen share. The problem with this was evident two fold. Firstly it lost my face cam feed to the rest of my class (1) . It also had a distinct slo mo effect for those watching as a lag or latency, as I was painting for the person. This was a test, but I cannot proceed with it as it remains. I need to get the extra overhead camera to com onto the screen as you had your extra cameras, so that they appear to be invitees participating in the meeting,. In this way I would hope that the feed would not have lag or slo mo effects ad one can switch dominance of the screen as needed. I hope that you can help and explain to me how this part of the set up is done. Many thanks to you in advance…. Paul

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *