Web Conferencing

Web Conferencing

 

Web conferencing allows you to have classes or meetings online, without using specialized video conference hardware. You and your students/attendees will meet using a computer connected to the internet. Each web conferencing participant requires:

  • a computer with an internet connection (broadband preferred)
  • Firefox or Safari (Win/Mac) or Internet Explorer (Win)
  • a headset with microphone
  • a webcam (if transmitting video)

Users can engage in live two-way audio, video (optional) and text chat, share what is displayed on their computer desktops as well as display and annotate documents or a virtual whiteboard. Session leaders can take attendance and record the session for playback later.

Workflow

  • Email request to Web Conferencing Administrator.
  • Wait for response.
  • Reply with requested particulars.
  • Receive relevant user guides.
  • Arrange for trial session(s). (For online classrooms only.)

Zoom

Zoom supports video and audio conferencing, chat, and webinars across mobile, desktop, and room systems. Zoom Rooms is the original software-based conference room solution used around the world in board, conference, huddle, and training rooms, as well as executive offices and classrooms.

Guide

  Web Conferencing Guide

  Zoom Guide

Terms & Conditions

  Privacy Policy (point 12)
Webex is a third-party service hosted externally with its own Privacy Policy.

Contact

  Web Conferencing Service Desk
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