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Moving your course meetings online

Last updated: July 22, 2021, 2:04 p.m.

***The content on this page will be continually updated.

The following workflow guides you through the steps for moving your live classes into an online format. Online classes will be held using the web conferencing tool Zoom, facilitated through Moodle.


Step by step video


Review the workflows below to guide you through the process of:

  • Adding the Zoom plugin to your Moodle course
  • Scheduling Zoom classes for a course
  • Starting a Zoom class
  • Adding the YuJa pluging to your Moodle course
  • Sharing your recorded Zoom sessions with Students

Before you begin: Activate your Concordia Zoom account

Concordia will be using Zoom to host online virtual classes. You must activate your Zoom enhanced licence before using Zoom for the first time. The Concordia account gives you many features not available in a standard free account, such as longer meeting times and interactive features.

Equipment checklist

You will need the following equipment to run virtual classes online:

  • a desktop or laptop computer
  • an up-to-date browser (Google Chrome is recommended)
  • a reliable Internet connection
  • a microphone (only for running your class on Zoom)

Concordia will be using Zoom to host online virtual classes. You must activate your Zoom enhanced licence before using Zoom for the first time. The COncordia account gives you many features not available in a standard free account, such as longer meeting times and interactive features.


Scheduling Zoom Sessions for your Moodle Course


Starting a Zoom class


Making Zoom Recordings available on Moodle

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