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Zoombombing

A "How-To" Guide for preventing Zoombombing in remote learning classrooms.

Zoombombing is the the sudden, unsolicited appearance of objectionable, offensive, or otherwise disruptive images, video, or text during a Zoom meeting. Trolling behavior is enabled by Zoom features such as screen sharing, chat, and file transfer, but you, as the moderator, can take several steps to stop Zoombombing before it starts.

In this guide, you will find a basic overview of the technical and classroom management features that can be used to prevent or interrupt Zoombombing.

For more information beyond what is contained in this guide, check out these Additional Resources:

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