Videoconferencing is a technology that allows two or more sites to transmit voice, video, and data concurrently. This technology is currently used by Concord to provide course to distant students that would otherwise be too far from campus to take classes. Videoconferencing is also used by a variety of individuals at Concord to conduct business meetings, budget meetings, and other conferencing with distant sites. The Center for Academic Technologies currently uses the H.323 and H.320 standards for transmission and have available three types of CODECs for faculty/student use: Vtel, Tandberg, and Polycom.
Understand the definitions, concepts and its uses.