Zoom helps CALAT engage with our learners in an interactive and collaborative remote learning environment.
Zoom can be used on a PC or Mac computer, as well as on a tablet or smartphone device to access your classes.
Before your first class, your tutor will send you a link to your class but you will need to have installed the software on your own device to begin with.
When you click on the link from your tutor, you will then access your class remotely using the Zoom software.
Download Zoom for your PC or Mac computer
(most people will just need the Zoom client for Meetings)
If you are having issues with your Zoom connection during your online lessons there are number of steps you can take to try and fix them.
Try to improve your internet connection
Avoid other activities that will steal connection bandwidth
Don’t start other bandwidth-intensive activities just before, or during a Zoom meeting. People who share your connection on a WiFi router will be using your connection bandwidth so this will need to be managed if everyone is using the connection at the same time.
On your Zoom device—and as much as possible, on other computers and devices that share your Internet connection—avoid: