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Video Conferencing

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Video Conferencing

Host lectures, presentations, special events, and meetings in advanced distance education and videoconferencing facilities that accommodate between 10 and 100 people.

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Video Conferencing

Audio and Teleconferencing

Audio and teleconference capability is available for six-party conferencing on all MIT VoIP telephones. For more information, see:

Audio Conferencing Services at MIT 

Web Conferencing

IS&T offers several options for web conferencing. For more information, see Web Conferencing Services at MIT

WebEx at MIT creates virtual conference spaces that allow access via phone and the internet. 

Access Grid Video Conferencing

The Access Grid is an integrated presentation environment which supports large-scale collaborations from distributed meetings, seminars, lectures, to tutorials and training. It provides high-quality, real-time audio and video over high-speed networks to facilitate group-to-group communications, both formal and informal, and interfaces with grid middleware and visualization environments.

For more information about Access Grid, see:
 
Access Grid at MIT

Do-It-Yourself Options

For a low-cost solution to individuals needing to connect with professional quality video-conferencing systems from remote locations, learn more about Movi, a PC-based format that is compatible with larger-scale H.264 formats. Movi is supported and administered through AMPS.
 
For point-to-point connectivity between individuals, we recommend self-service solutions such as Skype and iChat.

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  • Accessibility
  • Audio Visual Services
  • Classroom Reservations
  • Instructional Media
  • New Media Center (DIY video editing)
  • Privacy and Copyright
  • Output Standards for Physical Media
  • Video Training and Education
  • Video Production Checklist
  • Video Hardware Recommendation

Frequently Asked Questions

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How can I reserve a room?
How can I play a video in my class?
How can I record my class?
[ » More Frequently Asked Questions|http://mit.edu/teachtech/video-overview/video/faq.html]
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August 28, 2017

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