NH Saves Button Up Zoom Meetings

How to use Zoom for a Button Up presentation

General User Requirements: 

  • Internet access (WiFi or better), web browser & email address 
  • Computer (preferred) or tablet with sound (smart phone screens are too small) 
  • Computer-based microphone (recommended), or telephone access 
  • Optional: web video cam (will use sparingly — can be an Internet bandwidth issue.) 

Zoom Setup: 

You will be viewing slides and interacting with the instructor in real time via an Internet-based Zoom Meeting computer window. Think of this Zoom window like a screen in a classroom. You also need to hear and interact with the instructor, and preferably with a microphone. 


Check out this one minute video on joining Zoom meetings. It is also a good way to test your Internet connection: 

https://www.youtube.com/embed/hIkCmbvAHQQ?rel=0&autoplay=1&cc_load_policy=1 


The Zoom meeting invite will look like this: 

Topic: #### 

Time: ### #### (Meeting available before this time for setup) 

Join Zoom Meeting 


https://ccsnh.zoom.us/j/########## (Web link used to join the Zoom meeting) 


Meeting ID: ### ### ##### (10 digit meeting ID #) 


One tap mobile (Only use if dialing in via smart phone – not recommended) 

+16465588656,,##### US (New York) 

Dial by your location (Audio last resort, toll call, choose a number) 

+1 646 558 8656 US (New York) 

+1 (other telephone numbers) 


Meeting ID: ### ### ##### 


You can also test your visual and audio connection before the meeting officially starts, either by: 

  • Joining a Zoom test meeting: https://zoom.us/test 
  • Joining the actual Zoom meeting before it starts, and test features 

Zoom Tips: 

  • If not familiar with Zoom, set it up before the meeting time. It can take a couple of minutes. 
  • With device-based audio, the Zoom web link should be all you need to connect to the class. 
  • Zoom controls are typically at the bottom of Zoom screen, particularly audio on the left. Use the “test your audio connection” feature, both for speakers/headphones as well as microphone. 
  • Zoom has a “Chat” feature, with text messages that can go to everyone or just to the instructor 

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