Video conferencing is available to utulsa users with Microsoft Teams, Blackboard Collaborate and Zoom.
All current students, faculty, and staff are included in our license for Blackboard Collaborate.
Collaborate is a video conferencing tool integrated in the Harvey Academic Commons designed for educators and allows for recordings
Suggested use: Preferred tool for Academic Use and provides consistency for students
Visit the blackboard support site for information on how to setup and configure a collaborate meeting.
All current students, faculty, and staff are included in our license for Microsoft Teams.
You can access Teams through office.utulsa.edu a browser (Chrome or Edge recommended), or download the application for your computer OS (Windows, Mac, Linux). Teams is also available as an iOS and Android client. Please note that mobile versions of Teams are not full-featured, but they do allow for participation in meetings.
Teams meetings have no length limitations and can currently accommodate up to 250 participants.
Suggested use: Preferred tool for Office/Administrative use and campus collaboration
Available to purchase when Collaborate or Teams does not work for certain use cases, TU does not have a site license for Zoom as it is cost prohibitive at this time
Zoom is a video conferencing cloud platform that allows for recordings
Suggested use: Video conference needs that cannot be met through Teams or Collaborate
Zoom Pro License:
To purchase a license for Zoom, please fill out the form below and include department account to be charged. Please allow 5-7 business days for request to be processed before receiving a license.
Utulsa Zoom Basic accounts are available but have the following limitations: