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Technology Guides for Faculty and Instructors

The purpose of this guide is to provide resources for technologies used in teaching and learning--all in one location!

Zoom Web Conferencing

ZoomViterbo uses Zoom for web conferencing, allowing you to remotely communicate with one or many people—sharing video and/or audio or yourself and/or your screen.

Any Viterbo employee or student can create and use an account by logging into with their Viterbo ID. When creating an account, users granted a "basic" license that allows meetings up to 40 minutes with up to 300 participants.

Viterbo employees may request a licensed account with no time limit by emailing There are a limited number of licenses available. Students are advised to use Microsoft Teams if no time limit is preferred.

How Zoom Works:



Check out additional helpful tutorials at Video training is also available.

How to Schedule a Recurring Meeting

  1. Log into with your Viterbo email and password
  2. Click Meetings on the left menu
  3. Click Schedule a meeting (upper right)
  4. Enter the course information (and semester) in the topic area
  5. For “When” put the first day/time and duration
  6. Select the Recurring meeting checkbox
  7. Select your preferred security option and any other meeting options
  8. Click Save.

Zoom meetings can be recorded to your computer (locally) or to the cloud. A few notes about recording Zoom meetings:

  1. Local recordings (on PCs) are stored in Documents > Zoom. Instructors can share their local recordings by uploading them to Ensemble.
  2. Cloud recordings are accessible via Zoom > Recordings. Note: Zoom cloud recordings can be set up to save *automatically* to Ensemble. You can make this request by emailing