Mobile devices are everywhere. People use them for all kinds of things phone calls, texting, email, Web browsing, shopping, and more. Unfortunately, the rise in people using mobile devices for innocent purposes means there are now more people using them for criminal purposes.
If your courses aren't showing up in Canvas, here is the most common troubleshooting option to try.
Using the SSO for zoom is important because the school provides accounts for each student that allows more features than the free version. It also makes it easier to manage account information because authentication into the system pushes through to the standard BYUI login screen.
Follow these steps to sign into Zoom using the SSO option:
Money can be deposited from a bank account to your I-Card and may be used on campus for printers, vending machines, purchases, etc.
If you are a student who prefers to read and mark-up school assignments on a printed sheet rather than a screen, you can now download and print out class materials through Canvas. Print & Copy Services is providing an easy, online ordering service for students and faculty called the Print Shop Pro WebDesk.
Students can download course materials, print them through Print & Copy Services, and pick them up on campus.
By September 27, 2020 BYU-Idaho's Zoom will automatically enable waiting rooms for those using Zoom with an external email (one not affiliated with BYU-Idaho). If meeting invitees are using Zoom with a school email, they will not be placed in a waiting room. However, if they are using an external email to log into your school Zoom sessions, they will be automatically placed in a waiting room and need to be admitted into the meeting.
Zoom's settings will automatically default to placing attendees using external emails into waiting rooms. This setting can be changed to place all attendees, including those using a BYU-Idaho email, into waiting rooms. See the Combatting Zoombombing article for more information.
These updates are being implemented to increase security within Zoom meetings and ensure the safety of all attendees. For more information, visit the Zoom support article on waiting rooms.
For immediate help, contact the I.T. Service Desk at (208) 496-1411 or through the Live Chat function.
If you have any problems with features in I-Plan, call the I.T. Service Desk at (208) 496-1411 or through the Live Chat bubble. You can also submit the following service request:
I-Plan/Grad Plan Issues (For I-Plan Group)
The I.T. Service Desk can be reached at (208) 496-1411, and they are always happy to help resolve any technology issues. If you have a problem that is not addressed here or these steps provided below are insufficient, feel free to call or submit a Classroom Technology Ticket Request for additional assistance.
1. Log into www.portfolium.com.