What is Zoom? 

Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool that allows users to meet online, with our without video. Zoom offers a desktop client and mobile app where users can choose to record sessions, collaborate on projects, and share or annotate the screens. Zoom is available to all faculty, staff and students at Tulane. 

Log in to Zoom for Tulane at http://tulane.zoom.us.

You can learn more about Zoom by visiting the Zoom Resource Center located on the IT website. To learn more about using Zoom in your Canvas course, please click the link below to access the Teach Anywhere Toolkit. There are additional topics related to creating meetings, using in-meeting tools, and more. You may be prompted to login to Canvas to access the course.

Zoom Recordings Academic Content Archive


Zoom recordings created prior to January 2020  

Recordings created before January 2020 will be automatically moved to your Tulane Box account. If you have not shared links to your Zoom recordings, then no further action will be required of you for this content. 

  • What is Box? Box is an online file sharing and personal cloud content management service. [Read more about Box]
  • How do I access my Tulane Box account? Access your Tulane Box using your Tulane SSO login at http://tulane.box.com 


How do I Access, View and Share my Zoom Archive Recordings ?


Step 1: Log in to your Tulane Box account. [Link http://tulane.box.com

Step 2: Locate the Zoom Archive folder.




Zoom Archive recording content is indexed in a folder by recording date. Click a folder to open and view the recording artifacts.



If you shared or posted a link to your Zoom recording before it was archived to Box, then you will need to update the shared link. 



Click the Share button next to the recording folder. Then click the toggle to enable a Shared Link for this folder.


Copy the shared link URL information. Replace your existing Zoom link with the Box link to your archived content.