"How To" Guides

Please use the links to the right to browse our documentation.  The most read How To Guides are listed below. This is a collection of computing information articles that are mainly specific to computing within Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences. 

For information about more general University computing, check the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and New Brunswick/Piscataway Computing Services (NBCS) pages.

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  • Logging into a Rutgers Zoom Meeting that Requires Authentication

    NOTE: You must have a Rutgers Zoom Account before you can use single sign-on to join a meeting that has authentication enabled.  Please follow the steps on the following link to activate your Rutgers Zoom Account, before preceeding with the steps

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  • Visforms: Managing Data

    If you have the Visforms component installed on your website and you have forms that are configured to save the results, you should have a plan for managing that data. Often times the data is sensitive and should not remain in the website

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  • Creating a Poll in Zoom

    Creating a Poll in Zoom

    Polls are a great way to engage students and assess understanding.

    To create polls ahead of your session: Go to rutgers.zoom.com and find your previously scheduled session under Meetings – Upcoming Meetings: At the bottom...
  • Sharing Virtual Whiteboards through Zoom

    Sharing Virtual Whiteboards through Zoom

    This guide is intended to demonstrate how to utilize the shared Whiteboard feature while on a Zoom meeting.

    Once a user is connected to a Zoom meeting they may be allowed to share their screen with

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