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What is Zoom?

Zoom is a video-conferencing tool that can be used to host virtual meetings, remote classes, and more. Zoom pro accounts are available to all faculty, staff, and students at all RIT campuses. To begin using your RIT Zoom pro account, you must first authenticate at, especially if you previously had a free Zoom account. Zoom supports up to 300 attendees.

RIT has licensed the "Zoom Meetings" product not the "Zoom Webinar" product in case you see different references to these things in Zoom documentation or in settings.


The primary documentation about Zoom is provided by the vendor: Zoom's documentation.

There are also many resources for a faculty audience on the RIT Ready: Faculty Course Technology Support site. Faculty can also sign up for a training webinar.

In addition, this wiki space includes resources about using Zoom in a classroom context, including best practices, frequently asked questions, and more.

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