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Zoom Skilz Quick link to this page: ZoomSkilz.ref2.net

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    • Simple Zoombombing may be minimized in real time by an attentive Host.
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Why can't I answer my phone?

  • Quit Zoom on your phone and any Browser window handing off to Zoom. Your phone can probably handle only one call at a time. A browser window handing off to Zoom, together with Zoom itself may have taken possession of that one call. Two-Step login also requires access to your phone and may be particularly susceptible to this issue.

Why can't I log in to Zoom?

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What about FERPA?

  • Use Canvas. CIT is working constantly to ensure the operations performed through Canvas are FERPA compliant. If you can set something up from within Canvas, do so. This includes recordings made with Zoom or Panopto. If initiated through Canvas, the process will conform.
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  • Another way to be FERPA compliant: Do not collect student images or information at all. Tools may make it easy to log what happens, record sessions, or track student behavior, but that puts the onus on Cornell, and you as a Cornell employee, to handle the data according to FERPA regulations. Interactions like office hours, review sessions, informal conversations, even recitation sections may realistically require little or no such data to be collected. For MSC2, Dick Furnas was able to have CIT/CTI disable all recording as part of achieving FERPA compliance by collecting no data. You can do similarly by sending a ticket to cornellcti@cornell.edu (or Canvas@cornell.edu) with a description of what you want (e.g., turn off cloud recordings) and “zoom” in the subject line; those operating the ticketing system will forward you to the right person.
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  • Another way to be FERPA compliant: Do not collect student images or information at all! Tools may make it easy to log what happens, record sessions, or track student behavior, but that puts the onus on Cornell, and you as a Cornell employee, to handle the data according to FERPA regulations. Interactions like office hours, review sessions, informal conversations, even recitation sections may realistically require little or no such data to be collected. For MSC2, Dick Furnas was able to have CIT/CTI disable all recording as part of helping the MSC achieving FERPA compliance by collecting no data. You can do similarly by sending a ticket to cornellcti@cornell.edu (or Canvas@cornell.edu) with a description of what you want by including zoom in the subject line with your request (e.g., turn off cloud recordings); those operating the ticketing system will forward your request to the right person.
 

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How do I get a list of Participants from a Zoom Meeting?

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How can I tell if a student is paying attention?

  • You can't. --Zoom pretends to offer this "feature" but it is fundamentally flawed. All Zoom knows is whether Zoom is in focus. A student taking notes in Overleaf or some other application is very attentive, but Zoom has no way of knowing that.--
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Why Me? Something works for others, but not for me!

  • Check for Updates. Zoom is being updated regularly with feature tweaks and bug fixes. From within Zoom, find the menu Check for Updates... or similar. A panel will appear (perhaps behind your frontmost window) either confirming that you have the latest version or inviting you to update.
 
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