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Zoombombing Resources – USC


What is Zoombombing?
A new form of trolling in which a participant uses Zoom’s screensharing feature to interrupt and disrupt meetings and classes.

Students, staff, and faculty who are impacted by protected class (like race, sex, gender, religion or national origin) misconduct during Zoom sessions should be referred to titleix@usc.edu (students) or oed@usc.edu (staff and faculty) for supportive resources and reporting options.

How to Prevent Zoombombing
Classroom Management Strategies

  • Waiting Room Message (Any participant who does not login using their USC Zoom credentials automatically will be placed in the Waiting Room and will be presented with this message.)
  • Waiting Room: Add Participants
  • Remove Participant from Class
  • Lock Meeting

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