Video conferencing

Video conferencing is a technology that allows participants in different locations to hold face-to-face meetings without having to move to a single location together. This technology is particularly valuable for Griffith staff because it is sustainable, saves time and expense.

Work from anywhere, attend online training sessions, interact with peers from all campuses or hold meetings with participants all around the world.

Features

Peer to peer sharing

Connect, share and view from your laptop or mobile device.

  • Wireless screen sharing from your laptop
  • View shared content on your device.

Multi-call

  • Add multiple participants to a conference at one time.

Present wirelessly

Griffith video conference rooms are fitted with wireless technology, there no dependency to a specific location or cabling required.

  • With Cisco proximity you can connect to a video conference
  • Share your screen on a laptop
  • View the screen from a mobile device

Teleconferencing

Collaboration Options

Two participants

For meetings with only two participants

For a meeting with only two people where you do not need to present or share screens, consider using your desk phones.

Self Help Desk Phones

A Griffith University Virtual Meeting Room (VMR) is a virtual meeting space where multiple participants both internal and external can call in using video and voice to collaborate in a single video conference call.

Virtual Meeting Rooms

You can book a Basic, Standard or Advance Video Conferencing Collaboration Room. Consider booking a Virtual Meeting Room in addition to the VC room to prevent issues if more people need to join the meeting.

Book a conference room

Two + participants

For meetings with more than two participants and locations. It is recommended that you book a Virtual Meeting Room in addition to any Video Conference facilities to avoid potential complications with guests dialing in.

A Griffith University Virtual Meeting Room (VMR) is a virtual meeting space where multiple participants both internal and external can call in using video and voice to collaborate in a single video conference call.

Virtual Meeting Rooms

You can book a Basic, Standard or Advance Video Conferencing Collaboration Room. Consider booking a Virtual Meeting Room in addition to the VC room to prevent issues if more people need to join the meeting.

Book a conference room

If Video Conferencing is not required, you may consider using a Teleconference. A teleconference is a telephone call with 3 or more participants. Currently a maximum of 16 participants is support. This can be any combination of internal or external calls up to that maximum (one participant needs to be internal).

Teleconference Conference phone quick reference guide

Cisco Intelligent Proximity

Cisco Proximity is a free application which allows for wireless presentation sharing and viewing when connected with a supported Cisco video conference system.

Features

  • Wireless Presentation Sharing (PC / Mac)
  • Wireless Presentation Viewing (Android / iOS)

Note:

  • Proximity is not available in all spaces
  • A connection is only possible if you are on Griffith secure WiFi or Eduroam network.

Cisco Intelligent Proximity

Cisco Proximity guide

Room and Screen guides

Basic and collaboration rooms guide

Advanced and dual screen room guide

Contact Us

Griffith Collaboration

Please note: Email requests may take up to 2 business days to process. Support requests should be submitted via phone, webform or chat.

Common questions