As a KI staff member or student you can hold seminar and teach up to 300 people using Zoom.

You can even record Zoom meetings and share a link to the video for those who cannot attend in real-time.

Note! New version of Zoom (5.12.8) is available. You with a KI computer can download it from the Software Center. New releases can be found on Zoom's support pages.

Log in to Zoom

Log in to Zoom here

Keep Zoom updated

Make sure to always have the latest version of the Zoom client on your computer. If you are working on a Karyon-client (KI computer), you will find the latest version in Software Center or Self Service (Mac). Keep in mind that the current version will be listed at "Applications and not "Updates", even if you would already have Zoom installed on your computer.

You can visit Zooms support pages to learn more about upcoming releases and new tools. On Zoom learning center you can find shorter courses about new tools. 

Instructions: get started with Zoom

Online course in Canvas to get started using Zoom

Use Zoom in Outlook

Schedule a Zoom meeting within Outlook

Use Zoom in Canvas

Zoom is also integrated with the learning platform Canvas. In order to use Zoom from within the learning platform you must first activate your Zoom-account (in Swedish).

Zoom webinar

When you want to arrange a webinar you can use a usual Zoom meeting or a Zoom webinar.

Zoom and Personal Data

Security and privacy in Zoom

More about personal data in Zoom on NORDUNet:

Safer dissertations in Zoom

  • Mute all participants upon entry by default.
  • Activate the waiting room to be able to approve who can join the meeting.
  • Make yourself the only one to be able to share the screen.
  • Lock the meeting when it has started and no further participants should be able to join. You will find this setting once the meeting has started.
  • Have a co-host who can manage the administration in Zoom during your meeting. The co-host can for example accept people from the waiting room, remove participants or un-mute participants.

Tips on equipment

Good technical equipment will make it easier to work and teach remotely. Here you will find a few examples of affordable headsets and web cameras from Teaching and Learning.


Learn more about using Zoom (information within Canvas). You can also find more support directly at Zoom.