Blackboard (Faculty) - Using the Zoom Meeting LTI
This document provides an overview of how to use the Zoom Meeting LTI within Blackboard to create, view, and manage Zoom meetings.
The Zoom Session a way for you to set up Zoom meetings within Blackboard without having to log into Zoom first.
2a. If this is an existing meeting, click on the Topic title.
2b. If you have not created a Meeting Room, click on Schedule a New Meeting button.
Name your meeting room and enter an optional description.
Set the date, time, duration an confirm your time zone.
If this is to be a recurring meeting, for example, weekly office hours, click the "Recurring Meeting" box and set the days and time for the recurring meeting.
Set the remaining settings as desired. Considering keeping the Participant's video off so as not to have unwanted video. Your student can turn on their video.
Allow both, Telephone and Computer audio. Telephone allows users to listen to the meeting if they are not able to get the computer audio to work or are not using a computer.
Password: Since this is being accessed through Blackboard, you should not need a password.
Join before host: Allowing students to join before you might encourage unwanted discussions between students. If you uncheck this box, consider joining 15 minutes or so before the scheduled time to allow conversations with you present.
Mute upon entry: When you mute participants upon entry, users will be muted so there will not be unwanted conversations and people trying to talk over each other.
Authenticated Users: Users are already authenticated through Blackboard so this is not necessary.
Record Meeting: This setting is useful if you tend to forget to record.
Click Save at the bottom of the page.
NOTE: Students do not have access to the meeting through this tool yet. You must create a Web link of the meeting's URL for students to access this.
Set the rest of the settings as desired.