Your instructor holds a virtual class or review session via video conferencing:
Using Zoom Video Conferencing If you already have a Zoom License (Personal or Ross): Please Do Not use Zoom to share PHI (Personal Health Information) or other sensitive data at this time Please keep using the Zoom license you have Please contact RossITSupport@umich.edu. We will assist you in transitioning to a University license. If you don’t have a Zoom License: You can access the ITS Zoom information You can contact RossITSupport@umich.edu for assistance installing Zoom and for training Getting Started with Zoom:Install the Zoom app for the best experienceGetting started with Zoom Download and install the Zoom app (5-10 minutes) Login with Google using your University of Michigan account to create a new Zoom account Your instructor will send a meeting invite through your calendar, as a Canvas link or directly in an email Additional Notes: To share a personal audio or video feed, you will need a webcam and/or microphone. You can also use your smartphone to share video / audio. You can use the Class Absence Reporting application to let your instructor know you will be attending remotely. Getting Started with Zoom
Attending Office Hours and discussions remotely
Your instructor holds Office Hours or an outside of class discussion via videoconferencing:
Your instructor will provide you a link in Canvas or via email to Zoom. Video conferencing with Zoom allows for medium and small size courses to meet virtually. Tools include: chat, whiteboard, screen sharing, annotation tool, breakout rooms, file sharing. Getting Started with ZoomOther tools your instructor may use: Canvas Discussions allow students and instructors to hold a virtual class discussion from various remote locations. (best for asynchronous discussion) Canvas Discussions How to Information Canvas Chat allows students and instructors to hold a real-time class discussion from various remote locations. (best for synchronous discussion) Canvas Chat How to Information Canvas Groups allow the instructor to quickly and automatically break students into pairs or groups for a course activity like think-pair-share via a Group Discussion or Assignment. Canvas Groups How to information
Contact ARC-TS at email@example.com to arrange alternative access to your data if you cannot access data stored on Turbo Research Storage, Locker Large-File Storage, or Data Den Research Archive.
For reliable file transfers with or without VPN, use Globus File Transfer to access your research data. Globus is supported on the Great Lakes HPC Cluster, Lighthouse HPC Cluster, ConFlux, and the ThunderX Cluster. For other systems continue to use scp/sftp or other supported transfer. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for help.
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Teaching and Student Engagement
How Students attend class Remotely
Attend class remotely:
If you need to attend class remotely, check with your instructor. You may be asked to join lectures in real time via Zoom or in Canvas.