Zoom gives you the ability to hold live meetings with up to 300 people from any location in the world. As long as there is an internet connection or a smartphone, you can participate in a Zoom meeting. You can share screens, annotate on the screen, have text conversations with students and record the meeting for later posting.

Login with your UML credentials at: https://uml.zoom.us

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Notice: As of Sept 1st, 2020 all recordings stored in the Zoom cloud will be retained there for 120 days. After 120 days these recordings will be removed. If you wish to keep any recordings longer, please make arrangements to move them to another cloud storage solution (MS Onedrive, Etc.) or locally on your computer. If you have a UML Echo360 account, these recordings will be automatically moved to that platform. Please contact classroomtech@uml.edu for more information

Getting Started With Zoom:

Zoom – Breakout Rooms:

 Allow Participants to Select a Breakout Room  (Host and participants need to be on Client 5.3.0 or later )

Additional Features In Zoom:

  Polling with Zoom (General Overview)


Zoom has taken action to eliminate some of these disruptions by having the settings in your account defaulted to “Only Host” can share.  You can override these settings by logging into your account at https://uml.zoom.us and changing your meeting settings. Additionally, you might want to use the “waiting room” setting that puts attendees into a waiting area before you grant access to a meeting.  This will further restrict any ZoomBombers from disrupting your meeting. 


Please contact us at classroomtech@uml.edu for assistance.