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01 Apr 2020
In response to teachers' rapid uptake and usage of Zoom, the NSW Department of Education has entered into a subscription making the service available to all NSW Public Schools.
What is Zoom?
Zoom is a web meeting tool that enables teachers to easily facilitate a virtual classroom. Zoom is user-friendly with an intuitive interface that can be accessed from any device.
Suited to both primary and secondary classrooms, Zoom features include:
How do I use Zoom?
Make sure you check out the Zoom intranet page for all the latest information as well as recordings of live webinars to get you started!
In addition the following quick-start guides have been created:
Keep checking the intranet page for more information as it’s added, or bookmark it now.
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