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Title:
Conferencing: How to collaborate using telephone/video/computer technology
Synopsis:
How to collaborate online

Solution:

The following resources are available to faculty, staff and students at Princeton.



Video Conferencing
The University has several state-of-the art video conferencing facilities ideal for small professional meetings or for teaching.
  • The Office of the Registrar schedules the rooms for use by the University community at rates that are competitive with commercial facilities.
  • Each facility includes ISDN telephone lines and Internet 2 connections.
  • Offices may schedule a room by filling out the Video Conference Reservation Request form at: www.princeton.edu/videoconferencing.


Desktop Conferencing Online (Web-based)
iLinc has been licensed by the University so that you can conduct and participate in this type of web-based desktop conferencing (also referred to as "Webinars") with video and audio.
  • iLinc allows a meeting host to invite an unlimited number of attendees to partake in a conference and share any application or content on the attendee workstation computers.
  • For iLinc frequently asked questions as well as step-by-step instructions on setting up and joining a meeting, see the iLinc frequently asked questions in the OIT KnowledgeBase.


Teleconferencing (Meet-me Conference Call)
  • Audio only conference calls may be arranged for calls with up to 30 parties.
  • You will receive a telephone number for a conference bridge that you provide to the conferees.
  • The conference number can be either a local 258 number or a toll-free line.
  • Please allow 1 business day whenever possible.
  • Use the Meet-me Conference Call Request Form available online.


Last Updated:
September 30, 2013

Solution ID:
9977