Why are my Zoom sessions limited to 40 minutes?

If Zoom won’t let you host a session longer than 40 minutes, you probably have a basic account, a free, time-limited account. Enterprise accounts under UA’s license, on the other hand, don’t have time limits. Last week, the UA System upgraded from basic to enterprise all accounts for people who are currently teaching, using lists […]

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I’ve heard stories about trolls harassing Zoom classes — how can I prevent this?

Now that we are posting record amounts of classroom materials online, there is also an increased risk of a few individuals causing trouble. Since college courses nationwide migrated to Zoom a week or two ago, instructors have reported cases where uninvited people have accessed their Zoom sessions, posting inappropriate content and hassling students and faculty. […]

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Why is DUO important?

DUO is the two-factor authentication system that was brought to campus a few years ago. Two-factor authentication adds a layer of security to your accounts, making it more difficult for bad guys to access your information by pretending they are you. (You might have noticed that most banks and many other companies are now requiring […]

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Why am I no longer able to edit my websites?

Under federal law, all university websites and public-facing digital media must meet minimum standards for accessibility. Because A&S would like to continue allowing faculty and staff to edit their own websites, we must demonstrate that all of our editors understand the rules and guidelines for accessibility. If you would like to continue managing your websites, […]

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