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Assistant Librarian, Sarah Warneke has created a video for those who didn't get a chance to participate in the live Zoom: Meet & Greet Sessions.

Zoom Etiquette

Zoom Etiquette

When attending a class or meeting via Zoom, portray yourself in the best light possible by following these tips on preparedness and general Zoom etiquette.

  • Designate Your Workspace
    • Ensure your workspace is quiet, clean, and has an appropriate background.
  • Set Up Your Tech
  • Communicate with the Host
    • Zoom includes¬†nonverbal feedback buttons for raising your hand, responding yes or no, asking the host to adjust speed, requesting a break, and more. Use them!
  • Be Professional
    • Be on time to meetings, dress appropriately, and sit tall and look directly into the camera when using video.
  • Avoid Embarrassing Mistakes
    • Pay attention to your video, microphone, and screen sharing settings to avoid embarrassing mistakes. Always keep the chat rooms appropriate.