1 - Zoom Landing Page - Getting Started

Zoom is a web-based video conferencing application which allows you to connect and collaborate from anywhere, anytime, with anyone.  Zoom users can use in-meeting features to collaborate on projects, share screens and annotations, chat and work in breakout rooms and record sessions locally and in the cloud.

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Who can use Dartmouth's Zoom account?

  • Active Students, Faculty, and Staff

How do I activate my Dartmouth Zoom account?

  1. Go to dartmouth.zoom.us.
  2. Click Sign In to provision your Dartmouth Zoom account. 
  3. Enter your Dartmouth NetID, password, and Duo Authentication. Once this step is completed your account is activated. 
  4. Bookmark this webpage. This is where you can sign in to your account profile and access other resources.

NOTE: We suggest that you also Download the Zoom Desktop Client which will you to access Zoom directly from your desktop application.

What are Zoom's accessibility features?

How do I learn more about Zoom?

  • Review the Related Articles on this article.
  • Search this knowledge base for even more articles on Zoom.
  • Go to the Zoom website to read articles and watch videos on popular topics.
  • Register for a live training webinar with a Zoom expert. 

How do I submit a support ticket about Zoom?

If you are experiencing an issue with Zoom and need to report a problem, then click HERE to submit a support ticket.


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