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Video Conferencing

What is Video Conferencing?

"Videoconferencing is the conduct of a videoconference (also known as a video conference or videoteleconference) by a set of telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to communicate by simultaneous two-way video and audio transmissions". Source

Who uses Video Conferencing?

Academic and support staff

Why should I use Video Conferencing?

To deliver a live presentation (you are on campus) to participants in multiple venues both on and /or off campus.

In exceptional circumstances:

  • To overcome 'overflow' where the room allocation is insufficient for your enrolment number;
  • To deliver a live presentation (You are off campus) to participants in multiple venues both on and /or off campus.

How do I use Video Conferencing?

How do I access Video Conferencing?

Support for Video Conferencing

If you have a technical or administration query, the ITS Service desk is your first point of contact, telephone: 04 463 5050.


Individualised support using this technology in your teaching is available from the CATs (Contacts for Academic Technology). Visit this page to find out more and contact your CAT.


Support is also available from Centre for Academic Development (CAD) staff please send an e-mail to CAD-Contact or contact CAD staff, Stephen Marshall, Irina Elgort or Jillian Pawlyn.