Introduction to Zoom Meetings and Webinars

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Course Number: TELE-100

Duration: 0.5 days (3.25 hours)

Format: Live, hands-on

Zoom Training Overview

In this half-day Introduction to Zoom training, participants learn how to use its wide array of features to conduct successful meetings and webinars. This course is instructor-led and hands-on. Be ready to interact and learn how to conduct successful Zoom events for small groups and large ones!

Location and Pricing

This course is taught as a private, live online class for teams of 3 or more. All our courses are hands-on, instructor-led, and tailored to fit your group’s goals and needs. Most Accelebrate classes can be flexibly scheduled for your group, including delivery in half-day segments across a week or set of weeks. To receive a customized proposal and price quote for online corporate training, please contact us.

Objectives

All attendees will learn how to:

  • Navigate the Zoom interface
  • Create and successfully host meetings, including meetings with breakout rooms
  • Create, configure, and lead successful webinars
  • Engage audiences with video, screen sharing, polls, and other collaboration tools and strategies

Prerequisites

No prior experience is presumed.

Outline

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Overview of Zoom
Understanding the Components of the Zoom Interface:
  • The Zoom Application Itself
    • Main Zoom Window
    • Active Meeting Window
    • Settings (for the current meeting)
  • The Zoom Web Interface (for managing meeting/webinar settings)
  • Zoom Plugins (Outlook discussed by default, but other plug-ins for browsers, Skype for Business, etc. can be discussed)
Navigating the Main Zoom Window
  • Home (for creating and joining meetings, as well as launching instant meetings)
  • Chat
  • Meetings (for Scheduling)
  • Contacts
Chat (depth adjusted to how heavily you are using chat outside of meetings)
  • Creating or joining a chat channel
  • Limiting who receives your messages
  • Including screenshots, files, code, or animated GIFs
  • Adding contacts to your starred list
  • Starting a meeting with a contact or channel
Phone (if your organization uses it)
  • Make phone calls
  • View call history
  • Play voicemails
  • Conference in and manage multiple call participants
Contacts
  • Creating, editing, and deleting contacts, contact groups, and channels
  • Searching, grouping, and organizing your directory
Managing Meetings
  • Adding a meeting
  • Configuring meeting settings
  • Alternate hosts
  • Starting a meeting
  • Sending invitations and updated invitations
  • Copy invitation to clipboard
  • Editing a meeting
  • Deleting a meeting
  • Requiring (or not requiring) registration
Hosting a Meeting
  • Managing participants
  • Understand roles: host, co-host, alternate host, or participant
  • Controlling your microphone and the microphones of others (e.g., muting them)
  • Starting/stopping video
  • Chat
  • Reactions
  • Sharing your screen (in-depth with coverage of all options for what can be shared)
  • Requesting and using keyboard/mouse control for a participant
  • Sharing your keyboard/mouse with a participant
  • Conducting Polls
  • Recording the meeting
  • Closed captioning or translating the meeting
  • Adding and using breakout rooms (including creating them in real-time or pre-populating them in advance of the meeting)
  • Broadcasting Your Meeting (via Workplace by Facebook or a custom streaming platform)
  • Ending the Meeting
Post-Meeting Reporting
  • Reviewing and sharing recordings and chat logs
  • Reviewing poll responses
  • Reviewing usage and attendance
  • Other reporting
Hosting a Webinar
  • Webinars versus meetings
  • Scheduling and configuring a webinar
  • Controlling access to the webinar
  • Understanding webinar roles: host, co-host, alternate host, panelist, participant
  • Soliciting audience feedback with Q&A
  • Enabling practice sessions
  • Inviting attendees and panelists
  • Configuring invitations
  • Source tracking your registrations (so you can tell who registered as the result of marketing through various social media sites, email newsletter, print marketing, etc.)
  • Branding
  • Polls and surveys
  • Live streaming
  • Reporting on the outcome of the webinar
Conclusion

Training Materials:

All Zoom training participants receive a quick reference covering the techniques shown in the class.

Software Requirements:

All attendees require a computer with Zoom tested via https://zoom.us/test, as well as a headset with microphone connected to the computer.



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