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teleconferencing

Holding a meeting with people at different geographic locations by means of telecommunication devices. Teleconferencing is accomplished with high-speed telephone connections, satellite links, or desktop computer videoconference software.
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Commenting on the survey's results MultiLink says it expects the European market for audioconferencing systems and services to continue growing.
In between a number of laptops, audioconferencing phones, and USB-compatible telephony headsets, there are a few gems of interest to the streaming community: analytics and network traffic-shaping tools.
A study of transactional distance in an international audioconferencing course.
BT Onevoice Global VPN provides a converged VPN which is able to connect to more than 240 fixed, mobile and satellite destinations around the world, simplified access to BT's audioconferencing service and Onevoice Mobile Access.
Another explanation is that associations may be using more cost-effective strategies, such as audioconferencing, to conduct volunteer business.
There is a growing body of research that investigates the integration of e-mail into language classes (Barson, Frommer, & Schwartz, 1993; Belz, 2002b; Eck, Legenhausen, & Wolff, 1994; Muller-Hartmann, 2000; Van Handle & Corl, 1998), and some researchers have also explored the use of video- (Kinginger, 1998; Kinginger, Gouves-Hayward, & Simpson, 1999; Zahner, Fauverge & Wong, 2000) and audioconferencing systems (Hauck & Haezewindt, 1999; Kotter, Shield, & Stevens, 1999; Marsh, Arnold, Ellis, Halliwell, Hodgins, & Malcom, 1997) in language teaching and learning.
It relies on Internet protocol-based audioconferencing rather than videoconferencing for telecommunications, and upon PowerPoint rather than Toolbook for lesson material.
Together with the PC-to-telephone functionality, Messenger provides users with real-time audioconferencing and videoconferencing, application sharing, online collaboration and instant messaging.
The main focus of this document is on audioconferencing, which in distance education contexts provides "virtual" interaction equivalent in quality to face-to-face, conventional classroom interaction.
Audioconferencing systems provider MultiLink has introduced Internet Meeting Manager (IMM), its new web-based software for telecomms service providers and large enterprises that allows conference calls to be booked and managed from a PC via the Internet.
The unit also provides audioconferencing for The Board and all Federal Reserve Banks.
Instead of driving to professional meetings, often many kilometers away, they use audioconferencing to stay in touch with colleagues, share ideas, and plan the next step in the battle for technological progress and survival.