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A videoconference is a conference call between two or more remote sites, where participants communicate via video and audio. Multipoint conferences involve three or more participants. Brock University utilizes the high bandwidth capabilities of the Internet, particularly the Orion and CA*net4broadband networks, to enable videoconferencing using internet protocol (IP). Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN), or digital telephone networking is not available at Brock University. Bridging services are available through a third party at a cost to the end user.
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How to Set Up a Video Conference:
Videoconferences at Brock University can currently be supported in Welch Hall 147, which seats 25 people.
Bookings outside of this space need to be coordinated through Jon Winterbottom in Audio Visual Services.
On line bookings can be made using the links below:
If you are not on campus and would like to meet with someone over video conference from home, please refer to our Brock Connect webpage to find out how you can connect with someone using a Mac/PC or Mobile Device
To set up a telephone conference call, please fill out the request form below. Someone from Audio Visual Services will be in touch with you to process your request once the form has been submitted.
Please Note: A minimum of 24 hours notice is required to ensure your call can be set up successfully.