What is Videoconferencing?
A videoconference is a live connection between people in separate locations, using high-bandwidth video and audio transmission. Videoconferencing creates a sense of presence, promoting productive interactivity between sites around the state, the nation and the world.
Why Video Conference?
- Executive Meetings
- Job/Internship Interviews
- Legal Conferencing (depositions and testimony)
- Academic Advisory Meetings
- Working collaboratively with colleagues on research or business pursuits
- Distance Education
- Consulting with experts and specialists
These resources are free to UNH faculty for academic use for all courses available through the Registrar’s Office during fall semester 2011, and are fee-based for non-academic uses. The Distance Learning Studio includes a six-person conference room, and a 30-person learning facility. Both are equipped with high-definition video and audio equipment, and are staffed by an on-location expert.
If you are interested in setting up a video conference event, call the Academic Technology Customer Service Desk at 603.862.7039