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We assume you've already started your Zoom meeting, and now wish to bring the portable device screen into the meeting.
On the computer: click "Share Screen", then choose "iPhone/iPad via AirPlay", and follow the instructions. This requires the iPhone/iPad to be on the same network as the computer. This approach will likely work at home, but may not work work on-campus (where the computer may be on wired ethernet rather than on eduroam wifi).
On the computer: click "Share Screen", then choose "iPhone/iPad via Cable". Use the charging cable to connect the iPhone/iPad to the computer. The on-screen instructions are misleading. On your computer, go to Finder, select the iPhone/iPad on the left, then click "Trust"; then, on the iPhone/iPad, you'll also need to click "Trust".
On the iPhone/iPad: launch Zoom app, choose "Sign In", pick "SSO" as sign-in method, put "lsu" as company domain. Once signed in, look for Home/Chats/Meetings/Contacts, choose "Meetings", select the meeting and press "Start". (This approach automatically brings you in as a co-host.) Do not join audio or video from the iPhone/iPad—use "Stop Audio" and/or "Stop Video" if either was started. Choose "Share Content", then "Screen", then choose "Zoom" from the list of apps to which iOS should broadcast the screen, and start the broadcast.
Once your iPhone/iPad screen is shared, whatever appears on the screen will be seen in Zoom. Magnifier turns iPhone/iPad into a document camera: