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Zoom is a web-based conferencing tool that can be used for connecting virtually with students and colleagues. Classes, office hours, and meetings may all be held using Zoom. Zoom is also a simple-to-use tool for recording lectures (including voice-over-PowerPoint) to be delivered asynchronously. All faculty, staff, and students have access to Zoom. 

Class Recordings

All Emory College instructors are asked to record their live class meetings and/or synchronous class sessions and to share the recording with enrolled students via the course Canvas site.

Class recordings involving students should not be shared beyond students currently enrolled in the course.

 Zoom's Cloud Record Feature


"Zoom-Bombing" refers to when an unwelcome user joins a Zoom meeting, usually with the intention of sharing inappropriate images.

The resources to the right can help prevent these attacks from happening.