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videoconference

 [vid″e-o-con´fer-ens]
a conference between persons in different locations, carried on using computerized audiovisual displays.

videoconference

[vid′e-o-con′fer-ens]
a conference between persons in different locations by means of computerized audiovisual displays.
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In September 2005, a foursome of young educators from Global Nomads Group, an international education consortium that establishes videoconferences, set out on Currents 2005, a three-month tour designed to share information and cultural views about the sexually transmitted disease.
Taking advantage of this favorable avenue of instructional opportunity, the Community Education and Outreach Program (COEP) of the NIEHS Center in Molecular Toxicology at Vanderbih University, in conjunction with the university's Center for Science Outreach (CSO), has developed an innovative interactive videoconference teaching program known as "Virtual Scientist in the Classroom.
Accurate Video Services of Fort Lauderdale is the videoconference service provider for the two-day event.
To provide users with one seamless solution that allows administrators to schedule, automatically launch and manage a videoconference in one package, Forgent has fully integrated GSS and VNP.
We have been able to run these videoconferences at a breakeven rate or even a modest profit with a charge to members of around AU $70-$80 (or US$35-$40).
MCU enables the school system to manage a live videoconference among 24 sites simultaneously.
The actual videoconferences involved students at three sites-one at USC and two at UCA.
During the 1995 legislative session, Montana citizens met at community colleges and universities throughout the state to conduct videoconferences on a range of topics including funding of the state's universities and women's prisons.
TANDBERG's SharePoint portfolio is comprised of TANDBERG Movi for PC videoconferencing; TANDBERG Management Suite (TMS) for videoconference scheduling and management; and the TANDBERG Content Server for video streaming and archiving.
Elaine Shuck, the education market coordinator for Polycom, which helps set up the videoconferences, helps teachers learn how to use the equipment.
Attackers can use this technique to retrieve the administrator password, take control of the device, modify the configuration and record or monitor videoconferences.
PictureTel's proprietary mode, SG3, connected 39% of multipoint videoconferences in January 1997 compared to a meager 12% a year later.