Starting in the New Year, we will begin experimenting with Zoom-based remote meetings to allow us to restart our monthly meetings. These will be conducted online for as long as we are prevented from meeting in person.
For those unfamiliar with Zoom, the following links will be useful to orient you to the procedures in advance of your first session. Don’t panic! It is very straighforward!
All of these links will open in new windows so you will still have access to this page.
- System requirements for Windows, macOS and Linux. This article lists the requirements for using the Zoom desktop client on MS Windows, macOS and Linux.
- System requirements for iOS, iPadOS and Android. This article lists the requirements for using the Zoom mobile app on iOS, iPadOS and Android devices.
Download a Zoom App for your Device
How to Join a Zoom Meeting
- Follow this link to learn how to join an instant meeting through an email invitation, an instant messaging invitation, from your browser, from the Zoom desktop and mobile applications, or from a landline or mobile phone .Before joining a Zoom meeting on a computer or mobile device, you can download the Zoom app from our Download Center. Otherwise, you will be prompted to download and install Zoom when you click a join link.
Join an Automated Test Meeting
- To test your internet connection by joining a test meeting, follow this link.
Trial Session with SOS
If you wish to try joining a meeting and familiarise yourself with Zoom procedures in advance of our first substantive session, you can register for a trial session in late 2020 or early 2021. You will recieve information on this if we hold your email address in the membership database. The form below will permit you to register for the trial session and all subsequent ones. Meeting details will be changed for each.