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videoconference

 [vid″e-o-con´fer-ens]
a conference between persons in different locations, carried on using computerized audiovisual displays.
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Using Hangouts, BlueJeans, or other videoconference software for meetings saves teleconference costs and enables people to see each other, which adds visual cues to the effectiveness of the communications.
Metropolitan Interactive Videoconference Network, LLC
If your company does not have a room designated for videoconferences, choose a location with a neutral background and minimal distractions.
All this was embodied in individual activities, collaborative activities, a final monograph project, interview via videoconference and in other issues such as active and quality participation.
In preparation for subsequent videoconferences, students explore how various cultures and faiths address such global issues as poverty or the environment.
Each participate enters the URL into a Web browser or visits the MeBeam site and enters the common video chat room name into the entry box to join the videoconference. As individuals enter the video chat room, additional video windows appear (see Figure 2) with their video images.
Videoconferences with content providers, or directly with experts, have advantages and disadvantages that must be considered.
The ANJ website streamlines the process of scheduling videoconferences, maintains a list of content providers, provides technical troubleshooting and hosts a community forum that allows teachers to exchange ideas or collaborate on future projects.
The tool can reassemble and display discrete sessions such as emails, web pages or videoconferences, on demand or after the fact.
It involves posting your profile on a dedicated Web site and participating in two videoconferences.
This release also incorporates additional levels of automation and, when used in conjunction with Forgent's VNP, the entire scheduling, launching and managing of videoconferences is completely turnkey.
* emphasis on virtual workspaces (e.g., online meetings, webconferences and videoconferences);