There are two types of video conferencing rooms at the university, these are the Basic Video Conferencing Meeting Room and the Advanced Video Conferencing Collaboration Room. Both of the video conference rooms are suitable for making point to point or multi party calls.
Basic Video Conferencing Meeting Room
The Basic Video Conferencing Meeting Room is suitable for:
- when you need to host a meeting with a small number of people sharing the same room
- when the need for a large screen for presentation is not mandatory.
Basic Video Conferencing Meeting Rooms
All Basic Video Conferencing Meeting Room touch panels have a number of key benefits, including:
- Full integration between the video conferencing room and the video phones
- Ability to hold meetings from anywhere, even from your desk
- Better call quality
- A more uniform user experience, whether calling from video conferencing rooms, video phones, desktops, mobile devices
- A generally better, easier and more reliable experience when using the Basic Video Conference Rooms.
Advanced Video Conferencing
The Advanced Video Conferencing Collaboration Room is suitable for:
- when you need a large screen for presentations
- when you need to present information from a House PC, laptop or a Blu-ray player while in a video conference meeting.
Video Conferencing Etiquette
Video conferencing in business meetings or for industry engagement may be new to some staff members. The Video Conferencing Etiquette (PDF, 179kB) document will outline behaviours to be mindful of when in a video conference environment at the university.
For more information about room based video conferencing click on either the Basic or the Advanced Room: