Zoom is fully integrated with Myplace. To use Zoom for teaching, a Zoom activity should be added to Myplace by following the guidance below:
After consulting the guidance all staff support requests should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
To use Zoom for teaching, a Zoom activity should be added to Myplace by following the guidance below.
Guidance is now available on what can be recorded in a Zoom teaching session. Guidelines for the use of Transcription and Captioning are also available
Useful Zoom Features
Teaching with Zoom - Education Enhancement Training Session
Online Development - OSDU Resources for Online Development Brochure April 2020
Student Engagement Guidance - To assist consideration of 1) risk to individual student retention in an online class and 2) risk of low engagement of an individual student in an online class.
Microsoft Stream has been rapidly deployed and will be available for staff to use from 9 September. Video that staff have produced for teaching, and requires captioning and transcription, should be uploaded to this platform to be made available to students. Microsoft Stream produces captions and transcriptions automatically, although captions/transcriptions should be reviewed and corrected, as necessary.
Video Tutorials for MS Stream are also available.
To use Zoom for general meetings and collaboration follow the guidance below:
After consulting the guidance all staff support requests should be directed to email@example.com.
Contacting Myplace Support
For staff you can contact Myplace support via:
If you cannot reach us or it is out of hours you can also reach us via the Helpdesk
- HelpDesk: firstname.lastname@example.org
When you contact us please make sure that you have the following information to hand:
- Your details, including email and phone number
- The exact name of the affected classes / class site on Myplace, including the relevant academic year
- Details of any affected students, including their Registration Number
- Additional information detailed below can be helpful:
- your location / location of affected users
- type of computer used (Windows / Mac / Tablet / Mobile / Other)
- Web browser being used