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Welcome to the Higher Education Community Forum!

The Higher Education community forum is a place for Zoom users to collaborate, seek support, and exchange knowledge in their success of using Zoom within the higher education industry.

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Zoom cost for education

Subscription cost for educational groups in developing countries are not affordable, is there an opportunity for groups of schools to share a subscription or monthly ‘extended ‘ sessions for free accounts to host parent meetings and staff meetings ?

participants' screen disappear

Hi. I use zoom for college class. This kind of experience never happened before in other zoom classes. Whenever I share my powerpoint screen, the participants' screen disappear. When a student joined zoom, video panel pop out and disappear immediatel...

Accessing links in a PowerPoint

I recently switched from an HP laptop to an Airbook Mac Pro. I embedded links to videos and games in my PowerPoints. How do I access them? With the HP ,I use to open all the links before class and then choose them from the “share screen” . That doesn...

Muller by Listener
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Zoom Interpretation Tools - Yes Please!

Quickie - MIT reaches out and says, "We want to host webinar sessions that matches our on-site specialists with noted Bio-Engineers from a partnering group, and make seminars and events accessible to learners from multiple countries. We have interpre...

bausland by Listener
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error code 1001

hi. I recently starting teaching for a community college. When I went in to use zoom, it gave me an error code 1001. I think it might have something to do with having 2 other accounts, one with another university and one with yahoo. How do i fix this...

training multicast

We are attempting to run a training course. We want to:Broadcast trainers (my) screen.We want to see the delegates screen (shared) in a quad view (4 attendees) as well as their faces/cameras to see what they are clicking on and how they are progressi...