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Using Zoom in Combined/Merge Courses

Using Zoom in Combined/Merged Courses

Find the answers to your questions on how to use Zoom in Combined/Merged courses:

When I am scheduling Zoom meetings in my combined/merged courses, the events show up in ALL students’ calendars. How do I restrict a Zoom calendar event to a specific course section?

Go to your course calendar and find the Zoom occurrence you just created. Left click on it and select Edit. Scroll down to Attendees and change the drop down selection to the desired course section. Note that ALL students will still be able to join the meetings, by going to Tools/Zoom Classroom, but not having the notifications in their calendar, will make it easier for
em to manage the upcoming events.

I am working with a combined course and I really need to make sure students are not seeing ALL Zoom meetings scheduled, by going to Tools/Zoom Classroom. How do I make sure only students from one particular course section view ONLY their own Zoom meeting link?

  • Set up a Zoom meeting outside Brightspace by going to the Algonquin Zoom Portal
  • Copy the link and password for the invitation to that Zoom meeting
  • Create a restricted announcement in your combined/merged course (that will be seen only by that particular section, and be sent as an email only to the students from the section)
  • OR create restricted course modules and upload an item that will contain only the Zoom link that you will be using for one particular section (for instance, you will create one module called Zoom 011, and include a link to their Zoom session, then Zoom 012,  and include their own link, etc.


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