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Information and Updates for the Iona Community on Coronavirus


Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing tool that combines the ability to virtually meet across platforms and devices with the opportunity for meeting hosts (instructors) to collaborate with participants (students) through application and desktop sharing, high definition audio and video transmission, and web-based chat. For more information, please visit

Zoom Mobile App

You can download the Zoom mobile app for your iOS or Android device from the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store. You do not need to have a Zoom account to join a meeting from the mobile app. 

Below are tutorials on Zoom's website

Any faculty member who plans to record a lecture or provide a virtual classroom environment can use Zoom.

At the Zoom Help Center users can find support for their individual platform (Mac, Linux, Windows, Android, or iOS). Support includes how-to articles on features of Zoom such as testing audio, troubleshooting video and browser-based errors, and signing in and joining a meeting.

Also at the Zoom Help Center are Frequently Asked Questions that serve as first-line support for inquiries.

Updated Training Resources Provided by Zoom

Zoom offers several Zoom Education Webinar sessions each week with a live host to answer questions, and focus on the following topics:
  • How to download Zoom applications and join a Zoom meeting
  • How to schedule a meeting and send out invitations
  • In-meeting controls and differentiation tools (including the waiting room, share screen, breakout rooms)
Zoom has also published the following short videos and guides to help instructors get up and running with Zoom: