OVA Zoom Video Meetings

As we all join in the effort to stop viral spread by limiting our contact with other people, tools like Zoom can be a powerful way to stave off social isolation, as well as keeping momentum in our various projects by not allowing meeting and communication to fall by the wayside.

This page will include information that is helpful towards getting started with the Zoom video meeting platform. If you don’t have Zoom yet, it may be downloaded for free here:

https://zoom.us/download

Please keep in mind, that you can schedule your own Zoom meetings with a free Zoom account, and you’ll be able to include up to 100 people for 40-minutes.

We are not scheduling recurring Zoom meetings at this time.

If you have a meeting that you would like to schedule that is for an OVA Board Recognized Club, Organization, or Committee, we can schedule a meeting for your group with our premium account. This will allow for your group to hold meetings longer than 40 minutes, without having to purchase the paid version of Zoom yourself. To schedule a video meeting with our premium account, please fill out this form:


How to Claim Host

More instructions on how to claim host may be found on the Zoom website here.


Getting Started with Zoom

This first in a series of webinars hosted by our IT and Events department coordinators, will cover getting started with Zoom and how to publicize your events on OakmontVillage.com:

This is the second in a series of webinars hosted by our IT and Department coordinators, which will focus on how and when to choose a Zoom Webinar over a Zoom Meeting with an overview of both options:

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