Remote Teaching

Below are step by step instructions on using technology to record a class or hold classes online. If you need further assistance, please contact A. J. Kierstead at adam.kierstead@law.unh.edu and (603) 513-5127 (forwards to cell phone). For MyCourses assistance, please fill out the support form at https://mycourses.unh.edu/courses/69598/pages/support 

UNH's Academic Technology Department has worked up a course in MyCourses to assist faculty with an Instructional Continuity course, be sure to review it here https://mycourses.unh.edu/courses/69598

Need to acccess a UNH service but can't remember the website or it's name? Be sure to check out the portal at https://my.unh.edu 

Tips for teaching online with Zoom: https://td.unh.edu/TDClient/KB/ArticleDet?ID=2176

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How to prevent "Zoombombing"

  • Download Zoom Here
  • Open the Zoom application on your computer
  • Select “Sign In”
  • Press the “Sign in with SSO”
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  • Type in “unh” and select “Continue”
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  • Sign in with your UNH credentials and hit “submit”
  • Go to https://unh.zoom.us/signin
  • Sign in with your UNH username and password
  • Select “Meetings” on the left menu bar
  • Select “Personal Meeting Room” on the top menu bar
  • Select “Edit this Meeting” button at the bottom of the page
  • In the "Meeting Password" section check the box next to "Require meeting password' 
  • At the bottom of the page, check the box next to “Record the meeting Automatically”
    • Select “In the Cloud” afterwards next to that field
  • Select the blue “Save” button
  • Select “Copy the Invitation” link
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  • Select the blue “Copy Meeting Invitation” button, you have now copied the meeting information
  • Paste the meeting information into an email, document, or online course

Note: You must use your own meeting in order for the recording to go to your Kaltura account. Recordings done “On the local computer” must be manually uploaded after the recording session, please contact law school IT for support.

Using the Desktop Application (installation and sign in instructions available here: https://law.unh.edu/remote#collapse_3172

  • Open the Zoom application on your computer
  • Select the "Schedule" button
  • Choose the name of the meeting and date/time. If you want to use this same meeting for multiple sessions, select "Recurring Meeting" and it will be an always on meeting, similar to your Personal Meeting ID.
  • Under "Password," select "Require Meeting Password"
  • Select "Advanced Options"
  • Select "Automatically Record Meeting" then "In the Cloud"
  • Select the blue "Schedule" button

How to schedule a meeting from the Outlook plugin. You must first have the Zoom app installed and signed in on your computer, instructions are here: https://law.unh.edu/remote#collapse_3172 

  • Install the "Microsoft Outlook Add-in" here: https://zoom.us/download
  • Once the application is installed, restart or open Outlook on your computer
  • In the ribbon on the top of Outlook with be a "Zoom" section, select "Schedule a  Meeting"
  • Under "Password," select "Require Meeting Password"
  • Select "Advanced Options"
  • Select "Automatically Record Meeting" then "In the Cloud"
  • Select "Schedule" which will add the Zoom information to your calendar invite
  • Fill in the Outlook calendar invitation with name, date, time attendees, and other details, then hit "Send"

Note: You must use your own meeting in order for the recording to go to your Kaltura account. Recordings done “On the local computer” must be manually uploaded after the recording session, please contact law school IT for support.

A Meeting Password should be used for all meetings and classes to prevent unwanted participants from joining your Zoom meeting. 

How to add Meeting Password to your Personal Meeting Room

  • Sign in at https://zoom.unh.edu
  • Select "Meetings" from the left menu
  • Select "Personal Meeting Room" on the top bar
  • Scroll to the bottom of the page and select "Edit this Meeting"
  • In the "Meeting Password" section check the box next to "Require meeting password'
  • Type in the desired password
  • Select "Save" at the bottom of the page
  • Get the updated Meeting Invitation information to send to participants by selecting "Copy the invitation" on the right side of the page, then select the blue "Copy Meeting Invitation" button. Then you can paste the invite information into an email, your course, or a document for later reference.

How to add a Meeting Password to a new meeting

  • When scheduling the meeting, in the middle of the form is a section called "Meeting Password," check the box next to "Require meeting password"
  • Set the password you want it to be

The meeting password will include the password required

How to add a Meeting Password to an existing meeting

  • Sign in at https://zoom.unh.edu
  • Select "Meetings" from the left menu
  • Select the name of the meeting you wish to edit
  • At the bottom of the page select "Edit this meeting"
  • In the "Meeting Password" section check the box next to "Require meeting password'
  • Type in the desired password
  • Select "Save" at the bottom of the page
  • Get the updated Meeting Invitation information to send to participants by selecting "Copy the invitation" on the right side of the page, then select the blue "Copy Meeting Invitation" button. Then you can paste the invite information into an email, your course, or a document for later reference.

How to lock a meeting in progress

In order to prevent unwanted attendees from entering your room, you should lock the meeting once all attendees have joined. To do this, you must be signed into the Zoom application on your computer and be the host of the meeting (you are the host automatically if you created the meeting)

  • Join the Zoom call as a host (you are automatically the host if you created the call and are signed into the Zoom application)
  • Open the "Participants" tab by pressing the button at the bottom of the call window
  • Select the "More" button at the bottom of that section, then select "Lock"
  • You can unlock the call using the same steps to allow someone to join
  • Join the meeting (you do not have to sign into Zoom, if the sign in page pops up select “back”)
    • Option 1: Open the link to the meeting from the invitation from email or your course
    • Option 2: Open the Zoom app on the computer, select “Join a Meeting”
  • The first time, it should prompt you to join audio. Select “Join With Computer Audio” when prompted.
    • If not prompted, make sure you are seeing the mic icon show levels when sound is made.
    • If it says “Join Audio” in the bottom left corner, select the icon and select the below “Join With Computer Audio” button
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  • You are now in the call, if your camera isn’t showing select the camera icon in the bottom left corner
  • If the meeting is recording, it will show “Recording” in the top of the call window. You can pause and stop the recording in that location.
  • To end the meeting, select “End Meeting” or “Leave Meeting” in the bottom left corner of the call window. The recording will stop and is already uploaded (it uploads as the meeting occurs, so you do not need to wait for anything to upload)
  • Go to https://media.unh.edu
  • Click on “Guest” in the top right of the screen, then select “Login”
  • Click on your name in the top right of the screen, then select “My Media”
  • Click on the title of the recording you need a link for
  • Select “Actions” then “Publish”
  • Select “Unlisted” then “Save”
  • Click on “Share” then copy the link, which can be used to put into D2L, an email, or any other sharing mechanism.
    • If you want the recording to start or end at a certain time, use the check boxes and type in the desired times. Then copy the link.

Please see the documentation for using this feature on Zoom's website at https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/206476093