Video conferencing is the connection of two or more physical locations via the internet with the ability to share video and audio between locations.
Some of the benefits of using video conferencing are:
- improved collaboration
- an avenue for industry engagement
- a way to support research
- reductions in travel and the costs associated with travelling to attend meetings.
There are three types of video conference rooms available at the university, these are the Basic, Standard and Advanced Video Conferencing Rooms.
Virtual meeting rooms
Virtual meeting rooms allow you to collaborate with Griffith staff and external participants. Participants call into a virtual meeting room and are automatically connected, removing the responsibility for one person to setup the video conference.
There are two types of video conference enabled teaching spaces at the university, these are the Seminar Rooms and Lecture Theatres.
If you require additional support, please complete the Video Conference Support Request.
We can provide assistance with your conference only; all rooms should be booked separately.
If you need immediate support for a conference in session, please ring extension 56464.
Video conferencing etiquette
Video conferencing in business meetings or for industry engagement may be new to some staff members. The Video conference etiquette (172KB PDF) document will outline behaviours to be mindful of when in a video conference environment at the university.