Accessing Videoconferencing Facilities at the University
In order to participate in or host a videoconference, university faculty and staff must find a videoconferencing facility with the necessary viewing or production equipment. Many departments on campus maintain videoconferencing facilities for internal use as well as for public use.
ITS has compiled a list of departmental videoconferencing rooms and facilities at the university with contact information for the person who is in charge of scheduling. ITS staff may be able to assist you in scheduling one of these facilities. Please email email@example.com with any questions or requests.
Facilities at Remote Sites
The other party or parties participating in the videoconference also must have access to a videoconferencing facility. ITS staff may be able to provide contact information for UT System and other videoconferencing sites across Texas; please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need this information.
What do videoconferencing facilities cost?
University facility or room charges are developed and billed by the departments that own the rooms. Room charges, if any, are separate from any connection or administrative fees associated with network connections.
Last updated November 16, 2012 @ 4:21 pm