Zoom is an online meeting service available to all DE teaching and non-teaching staff to hold online classes and meetings. These installation directions are for the software required to create OR join an online class. This is relevant for both students and teachers.
AFTER installing the Zoom software and activating your d-e.org Zoom account (described below), teachers should go to Zoom for teachers for more information about creating and managing a class after you install the software.
Zoom computer and Internet service bandwidth requirements are here.
Get Started by activating your account, installing the software, and logging in
If you have never hosted a meeting on Zoom before and would prefer more formal instruction before jumping in and trying, you might want to attend or watch a recording of the Getting Started with Zoom Meetings training offered by Zoom. (This takes about 30 minutes.)
Activate your account
Follow the directions in the email you received from Zoom with the subject "Zoom account invitation"
Log in using Google with your @d-e.org address.
Install the Zoom Client for Meetings software
Zoom Installers - links only with minimal instructions
How To Install on Mac - more details, if needed
If you are using an iPad purchased from or supplied by the school, the app is probably already installed for you, or it is available in Self Service.
If you are using a non-school related iOS and Android phone or tablet, see the Zoom Installers link above for a link to the iOS/iPadOS and Android mobile apps.
Open the Zoom app and Log In
Find the Zoom icon and start the Zoom software
Sign in to the app/program using the Google choice with your d-e.org email address and My DE password.
How to update Zoom App on PC or Mac
Automatic update notification
When there is an update available for Zoom, you will usually see a blue banner at the top of the app alerting you. Click on the Update button to see the update.
Manually Check for and install update
You can also manually check for updates: Click on your profile icon to bring up the menu. Select Check for Updates from the menu.
If there is an available update to install, Zoom will begin downloading the update. When the download is complete, click on the Update button that appears. Zoom will install the update and restart.
Other Zoom Help Resources
Attendee/Participant Controls in a Meeting - includes how to raise your hand and mute your microphone's audio
Configure page for the Google Calendar Notification Zoom add-in - sign in, click Manage, then click Configure