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Video Conferencing

The University of Minnesota Morris technology staff assist faculty, staff and students with their video conferencing needs. The most often used method of teleconferencing has been the h.323 (Interactive Television) or the more modern term being used is Telepresence. The primary location for this is in HFA - 7 which is permanently set up for this purpose. We can also set up equipment go do this in the Behmler Conference Room, HFA TV Studio-A and some other locations around campus.

Other types of group teleconferencing that we assist with are: Google Hangouts, Skype, Jabber, Blue Jeans, join-me, and other browser based streaming video conferences.