Zoom is not integrated into Quercus and it requires more administrative overhead and planning to use effectively. For example, you will need to schedule and share Zoom sessions to Quercus and for each session that is recorded, you'll need to upload the recording to a video hosting service (see how to select a video hosting/streaming service).
Crowdmark Assigned Assessments (see our guide to administering Crowdmark to get started; Crowdmark has been licensed for all FASE courses - it is available to you at no charge but does require some ahead-of-time planning if you plan to use it to adminstered (in person) assessments as these require scanning).
OpenCast records your live sessions in a classroom automatically (based on your course schedule and it requires opt in). It ONLY captures your digital display (e.g. content projecting on the display, through the teaching podium) and your audio feed (please use the in room microphone for best quality audio). See our feature overview of OpenCast.
Before starting, ensure that OpenCast is the right lecture capture solution for you (see the ETO's overview of in class lecture capture solutions). Then, you can make sure that you've configured it according to your preferences, and finally, when your course concludes, confirm that you've securely archived your recordings for future use.