March 30, 2020, by UNH AT Staff
Zoombombing is a method in which anonymous participants can use Zoom’s screensharing and other features to interrupt and disrupt meetings and classes. Zoom has reported that Zoombombing has become a major concern since all schools have moved to an online format. This post will provide you with a list of recommendations to prevent Zoombombing from happening in one of your meetings.
All users should refer to our knowledge base article Zoom: Controlling Participants in your Meeting for Academic...
March 20, 2020, by UNH IT Staff
This FAQ addresses questions employees may have about technology resources, services, and equipment to enable the UNH workforce to work remotely. This page
will be updated with additional information as needed.
Are there IT requirements I must follow while working remotely?
Yes. Most requirements are common sense, but here are some of the parameters:
Use university-issued equipment when possible (e.g., university laptops)
The equipment must meet the following minimum UNH...
January 22, 2020, by UNH IT Staff
UNH will be switching chat platforms this summer. Microsoft is discontining the use of Skype for Business and is replacing it with Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace in Office 365 that makes it easy to have conversations, share files and collaborate on documents, and get work done with teams across the organization. Microsoft Teams lets you work in a natural, conversational way — with everything you need in one place — available anytime, on any device.
February 1, 2019, by UNH Academic Technology Staff
Mike McIntire, Academic Technology’s Manager of Media and Collaboration, believes the new features offered by Zoom, UNH’s video conferencing tool, could have immediate benefits for the UNH Community. “Zoom continues to expand access and convenience for recording and distributing content. We invite everyone to take advantage of Cloud Recording and the new 200 attendee meeting limit by upgrading to the latest version of Zoom.”
Zoom Cloud Recording - Enabled for all of UNH and linked to...
April 19, 2017, by Sabrina Meriano
Need to meet with a group for an important conference or a school project, but you can’t travel? No problem. Say hello to Zoom, a software that offers excellent quality for virtual meetings. All UNH students, faculty, and staff can use Zoom for free! It’s less expensive than UNH’s previous client and much easier to use. The host of the meetings can share his or her screen and mute other callers if their background noise is disruptive to the conversation. Hosts also have the option to record...
November 17, 2016, by Patrick Hayden, M.Ed., Instructional Designer, Active Learning
The University of New Hampshire will introduce it's latest state-of-the-art technology-rich classroom this Friday, November 18, 2016 at 12:30. The Kingsbury S320 Zoom Room is designed to enhance student learning through active learning strategies and engage distant students through it's unique Zoom webinar technology.
UNH faculty can Zoom in distant colleagues to share content such as PowerPoint, videos, or other course material. Distant students can also join S320 Zoom Room and can collaborate...
September 30, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
UNH now has a campus-wide license for Zoom. Zoom is an easy-to-use web conferencing and web classroom platform. Zoom was first introduced to UNH by the Institute on Disability, College of Health and Human Services, and Institute on Health Practice and Policy in March 2015. Use rapidly expanded to over 500 users in the next 18 months. Zoom’s features, quality, support, and ease of use led to it topping an Academic Technology review of all web conferencing tools in use on campus. The...