Zoom at ACU

Zoom is an tool that enables you to host an online meeting with multiple participants, share your screen, applications and documents. It includes other features such as breakout rooms, polls and text chat.

All ACU staff have access to the full version of Zoom to use for meetings or online teaching. You may use your ACU login to access your Zoom account.

To begin using Zoom:

  1. Login to https://acu.zoom.us, clicking the Sign In button, then using your ACU username and password
  2. Download the Zoom Client for Meetings and install the application on your computer
  3. Open the Zoom application on your computer
  4. Click the Sign in with SSO button
  5. Type "acu" in the box that asks for your company domain and click Continue
  6. If the Zoom website opens in your browser, you may need to log in using your ACU username and password.

You may now use the Zoom app or the Zoom website create meeting rooms and manage recordings.

To use Zoom effectively, be sure to check the Knowledge Base articles developed by IT on How to use Zoom. There are articles on How to log in, join a meeting, set up the audio and share your screen.

How to create meeting rooms in Zoom

A new meeting can be created in the Zoom application or through the Zoom website (recommended), and then add a link to your meeting room in your LEO unit using a URL link or by adding the a link inside a Label to share the full invitation with phone dial-in numbers.

Zoom data usage

If you're working from home and have a download limit on your internet plan, you may wish to read this article from WhistleOut, which has some useful information about Zoom data use: How much data does Zoom use?

Page last updated on 15/04/2020

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