Zoom is an application that allows videoconferences with members of UNIL and external people. It is mainly used for distance teaching but also for one-time events (thesis defence, virtual seminars, etc.) and for some PAT meetings. Here are the main features of Zoom:
Zoom is available to UNIL collaborators, UNIL students and external people of UNIL.
Registration and connection to Zoom in video
It is not necessary to be on the UNIL network (wired or connected through the VPN if you are working from oustide of UNIL) to use Zoom. Only an stable internet connection is required.
For more comfort, downloed the Zoom client from the following page https://unil.zoom.us/download#client_4meeting.
To get the most out of Zoom, take the time to configure audio and video. ☛ Microphone and Webcam
Configuring audio and video sources on Zoom in video
Before you organize a meeting, log in on the following page https://unil.zoom.us/. Then you can organize your meeting in two ways:
Proposing meetings on ZOOM in video
Before joining a meeting, log in to the following page https://unil.zoom.us/. To join a meeting, copy and paste the invitation link you received in the Google Chrome web browser. A window will open and ask you to open the link with the Zoom application client installed locally on your computer. If you don't have Zoom, you can also join the meeting with the Google Chrome web browser. ☛ Joining a metting
Joining meetings on ZOOM in video
During a meeting, you can send a message to any or all of the meeting participants by using the Zoom chat. ☛ Chat and participants
During a meeting, you can share your screen with the participants. ☛ Screen sharing
Screen sharing on Zoom in video
You can delegate the organisation of your Zoom meetings to someone who uses the same licence (e.g. UNIL licence) as you. ☛ Zoom delagation (fr)