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Zoom in Canvas vs. Standalone

Courtesy of James Whalley Canvas@Cornell Team Center for Teaching Innovation https://teaching.cornell.edu

  • Recommended for discussions and "class-time" activities: Schedule a Zoom Meeting in Canvas, it will generate an event on the students' Calendars in Canvas. This method will also track student "attendance" and "attentiveness" in a Zoom session right in Canvas.

  • Recommended for setting up office hours: Schedule a Zoom meeting outside of Canvas, there will be no Calendar event in Canvas (unless you manually generate the event). This method will track "attendance" and "attentiveness", but it will not be listed in Canvas, and, depending on a student's settings when joining a session, may not show information that makes them readily identifiable. See also: https://canvas.cornell.edu/courses/1848/pages/scheduling-zoom-office-hours


Using Breakout Rooms informally? They are private, A Participant Device can be in only one Breakout Room at a time, and more...

Only a Desktop Device with the Role of (Host) can meaningfully orchestrate Breakout Rooms. Call that Computer Pewter, together with a Participant Device yourTablet and an example Breakout Room Room1. Participants arrive in theLobby.

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