ZOOM Resources

Getting started…

You will need to have reliable internet service either via LAN (cable) or WiFi. Your computer must be connected to speakers or headphones for you to hear the session. Your computer must also have a microphone if you want to talk to everyone. Most laptops or other portable devices have speakers and a microphone built in. We highly recommend using headphones or earbuds with a built-in microphone to reduce audio interference and have a better audio experience. Otherwise, you may dial in by phone to hear and interact with the session. The dial-in information is provided with your access information via email.

How to download Zoom…

We highly recommend that you load a Zoom client (i.e. the app version) to access the full range of features we will be using for the summit. Even if you do not, you will still be able to use the web browser version of Zoom, but with some limited functions. Either version is free.

Click on the link below for instructions on how to install Zoom on your specific device: 

On Windows 
On Mac 
On Linux
On Android devices
On iPhones

How to update your Zoom client…

Please keep your desktop Zoom client updated to the latest version. The specific way of updating will depend on your operating system. See the following Zoom support article for details: Upgrade Zoom Video.

Zoom Tutorials…

For the basics on how to get started with Zoom, review the quickstart guide for new users, available at: Zoom Quickstart GuideThe full selection of Zoom video tutorials is here:  Zoom Video Tutorials

The following are select videos of the most basic essentials to get you going for our summit:

A Quick Guide to Using Webinar (2:48)

Join a meeting (01:09)

Hot to use Zoom meeting controls (10:17)

How to configure Zoom meeting audio/video (01:42)