Expand traditional classrooms with video communications to meet the needs of today’s students.
Utilize resources and hardware you already have to expand your capabilities and educational offerings.
Increase student participation and learning retention with virtual and hybrid classrooms and micro-learning.
Exceptional clarity and quality for virtual and hybrid classes.
Zoom enables FERPA/HIPAA compliance and provides end-to-end 256-bit encryption.
Record classes and lessons to allow students to learn at their own pace.
One-click content sharing, real-time co-annotation, and digital whiteboarding.
Zoom supports integrations with Moodle, Canvas, Desire2Learn, Sakai, and Blackboard.
Ensure that everyone can participate equitably with closed captioning and keyboard shortcuts.
Virtual tutoring, advising, career counseling, office hours, study hall, and mentoring give students opportunities to learn beyond the classroom.
Read this white paper that examines the value of video communications in education.
Enhance and expand classes with powerful collaboration tools, including video breakout rooms, multi-sharing, polling, and group chats. Attendance and attention tracking shows teachers know who’s engaged in online learning. Create and repurpose video content into easily-digested hosted videos that allow students to learn at their own pace.
Watch how the University of San Francisco uses Zoom for their hybrid classes.
Cost efficient cloud conference room connectors allow administrative staff and faculty across the school and/or district to meet face-to-face for better alignment and clarity.
See more ways to use Zoom in your school district.
Connect dispersed schools and campuses for important announcements, safety information, and events via audio and video.
"With Zoom, we were able to have teachers around the world interact in real time with our classroom."
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"Zoom Rooms have saved us about $1.5 million and usage of the same rooms went up by 400%."