Please see our Coronavirus Response Site for the latest Boley Law Library information related to the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes any changes to building hours, borrowing, and ways you can receive support.
Use Zoom to hold remote class meetings during scheduled class meeting times. This is live, real time, synchronous video. As a full video-conferencing platform, Zoom allows you to engage in live conversations with your students using video (including screen sharing), audio, and text-based chat.
LC Video Tutorials
Zoom Guides and Best Practices
Video 1: Equipment Setup (6 min, 14 sec)
Video 2: Zoom Feature for Sprucing Up Your Appearance and Your Space (3 min, 43 sec)
Video 3: Zoom Recording of a Conversation Sharing Practical Tips (1 hour, 2 minutes) -
Video 4: Screencast Recording of a Conversation Sharing Practical Tips (same conversation as Video 3, just from the moderator's perspective) ) (58 minutes, 23 sec)) - Recorded Using Camtasia.
Concerned about 'ZoomBombing'? In additon to the LC IT Security Guide, the Berkeley Information Security Office's Settings for Preventing Zoom-Bombing provides a comprehensive overview and advice. And for quick actions you can take right away, see How to Prevent Zoom Bombing: 5 Simple Tips (TechRepublic) and Preventing ZoomBombing (UO).
Panopto Desktop lets faculty easily record and share lectures and other class activities from their own computer. Recordings are automatically uploaded to your class Panopto folder and streamed through the LC Panopto platform. Students can then view and review the published recording using any browser and device via their LC email username and password.
Links to these recordings may be shared with students via email, on your LMS (TWEN, Moodle, etc.), or through your other course communication channels.
Panopto Guides and Best Practices
TWEN (Thomson Reuters West)
Lexis Classroom (Canvas)