Librarians: Learn How to Share your Screen During a Chat
The Library Chat web client allows joining a Screensharing Session without downloading any plugins or software. The web client is supported on all major browsers (Chrome, Firefox, IE11+, Safari). If you have a choice, we recommend using Chrome.
Once you've signed in to the Screensharing Session, you'll be prompted to join the meeting audio (recommended). How to test your audio.
Once you are in the meeting, it should look something like this (depending on your computer operating system):
These are the main features of Zoom you should know. The links will take you to specific help pages at the Zoom Help Center.
During the screensharing session, both parties can choose to annotate the screen live and save a screenshot, using built in annotation tools. This helps draw a user's attention and highlight particular areas to focus on, plus you can save a screenshot to help remember what you discussed!