Home » Get Support » Webcourses@UCF Support » UCF Zoom GuidesUCF Zoom GuidesUCF offers a campus-wide license for Zoom, a video conferencing platform for online classes, meetings, conferences, remote office hours, webinars, and lectures. If you prefer to continue holding your class synchronously at its scheduled time, but in a remote format, you may do so using Zoom.All UCF faculty, GTAs, staff, and students with an active NID have access to Zoom. Faculty can use the Zoom tool in their Webcourses@UCF courses. Zoom can be used on your desktop (Mac and Windows) and mobile devices (Android and iOS). A Note When Hosting Synchronous Zoom MeetingsPlease keep in mind with the increase in remote instruction and telecommuting, connectivity for live meetings may prove to be difficult for some students. With Zoom, you can always record and publish a Zoom meeting for asynchronous viewing to your course in Webcourses@UCF.Zoom’s Recent Statement on Privacy and SecurityOn April 1, 2020, Zoom released a statement addressing privacy and security concerns in Zoom. Read the full statement for more information.Zoom Guides for StudentsAccessing Zoom with Single Sign-on (SSO)Accessing Zoom from a Mobile DeviceConfiguring Audio and Video Settings for ZoomFrequently Asked QuestionsZoom Guides for InstructorsGetting StartedEnabling Zoom in Webcourses@UCFAccessing Zoom Outside of Webcourses@UCFConfiguring Audio and Video Settings for ZoomScheduling a MeetingRecording/Publishing MeetingsFrequently Asked QuestionsDo More with ZoomHolding Remote Office Hours through ZoomDisable Cloud Recording PasswordViewing Participant Reports for a Zoom MeetingImporting a Meeting into Webcourses@UCFSharing Your ScreenUsing Breakout RoomsUsing PollsUsing the WhiteboardAdding Virtual BackgroundsZoom SecurityZoom Privacy TipsZoom Meeting Space ManagementAccessibility in ZoomTranscribe Cloud Recordings Automatically – Use the Audio transcript option (under Cloud Recording) to automatically transcribe the audio of a meeting or webinar that you record to the cloud. Add Closed Captioning – Closed captioning is a manual process in Zoom. This means that someone (either a host, co-host, panelist, or a third-party vendor) will need to type the closed captions during the meeting or webinar. Use Hot Keys and Keyboard Shortcuts for Zoom – There are keyboard shortcuts that you can use on the Zoom Desktop Client for Windows and Mac that allow you to navigate the Zoom settings without using your mouse. Zoom SupportWebcourses@UCF Support provides support to our students, faculty, and staff for any technical assistance, concerns, or questions related to Zoom.