Zoom is available campus-wide for web conferencing for academic purposes and business conferencing. 

This software is available to all active UA NetID holders: faculty, staff, students, and DCCs. A NetID is not required for people outside the university to attend a UA Zoom meeting unless specified in the meeting.


  • Unlimited meetings with up to 500 participant
  • Local or cloud recording options for meetings
  • Dial-in number for phone users (toll charges applied based on user’s phone provider plan)
  • Ability to share audio, video, multiple screens, and annotation in meetings
  • Security options to prevent unwanted participants or screen shares

Zoom for Health is available for meetings where information subject to HIPAA regulation might be shared. Meeting hosts must go through Zoom for Health Training before being able to schedule meetings in Zoom for Health. 

NOTE: Zoom recognizes as the address for faculty/staff/DCCs. Use when adding a co-host to your meetings.

For detailed instructions on how to setup your Zoom account and create and manage meetings, please visit our how-to guide hosted on Confluence. 

How-To-Guide for Zoom

Panopto is a video streaming service that instructors can use to capture lectures and make the recordings available to students as well as stream videos.  Panopto is integrated into D2L/Brightspace but can also be used outside of a D2L/Brightspace course.  When instructors request a video from the library, if the library does not already have access to the video via existing services, the library will prepare the video and host if on Panopto. Remote Recorders are installed in select rooms on campus.



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Disability-Related Accessibility:

Campus Scheduling manages and supports the scheduling and reservation bookings for curriculum and administrative sessions, resources and special events using Astra Schedule for the Phoenix Biomedical Campus (PBC). Campus Scheduling works closely with the PBC leadership to generate room utilization reports and develop policies and procedures.


Contact PBC Campus Scheduling:

Microsoft Teams is a collaboration tool that integrates with other Microsoft Office 365 services and third-party connectors and apps for a dynamic team working space. Backed by Office 365 advanced security and compliance capabilities, Microsoft Teams is a secure collaboration application for any group on campus.

Use Teams to: 

  • Chat one-on-one with other users, or in small groups
  • Make audio or video calls with other users
  • Invite external (guest) users to be part of your Team
  • Facilitate audio/video meetings with other users; you can even record video in Microsoft Stream
  • Access other Office 365 apps including Word, Excel, OneDrive, SharePoint, OneNote, and Planner
  • Organize your team’s work, files and key resources using private channels in your Team
  • Easily search for conversations, chats, files and people
  • Connect your Team to third-party apps and connectors including Google Drive, SurveyMonkey, Twitter, RSS, Salesforce, Trello, GitHub and JIRA
  • Connect with anyone on campus! All UA faculty and staff are licensed for Teams, making it easier to add people to a team or search, call, and chat

For help with Teams visit the Microsoft Helpdesk