Video conferencing

Information about Video conferencing

Published on September 15, 2010

Author: arsalanait



Video conferencing : Video conferencing Tech3008 Section 20 Presented by: Bushra AL-Nofli “ 62006 “ Fatma AL-batlusi 61861 Badriya AL-Masroori 61367 The Outline : The Outline types of videoconferencing Advantages and disadvantages of videoconferencing. Tips and Guidelines of videoconferencing What is videoconferencing? Exit Parts Of videoconferencing Videoconferencing in the classroom Slide 3: Videoconference is a set of interactive telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmissions.It has been called video audio conferencing, video chat. Parts Of videoconferencing : Parts Of videoconferencing Video Input ( video camera ) Video Output (digital TV ) Audio Input (microphone. ) Audio Output ( speakers ) Data Transfer (Digital technologies ) Point-to-point: : Point-to-point: A live video and audio communication link between any two locations. Application Where the need is to communicate between two points only at any one time Two offices of the same company Yourself and a business partner company, e.g. Yourselves and a major supplier Senior management/ teams from two divisions – e.g. research and manufacture. Multipoint: : Multipoint: Live video and audio links between a three or more locations Advantages: : Advantages: Enables individual to participate in learning experiences from any location worldwide. Enables students to take virtual field trips to remote locations or engaging in an interactive lesson As video conferencing technology improves, this can become a far cheaper enabling school districts to offer specialized subjects by having one teacher teach a class to students at a number of schools (e.g. in foreign language Cont, : Cont, Time savings One of the more peripheral advantages is the fact that employees will be able to receive direct training in research, presentation skills as well as public speaking.. Disadvantages : Disadvantages disadvantage was the lack of personal interaction during the videoconference Difficult to see and hear people who are not close to the microphone/camera, Thus difficult to have multiple people at one site, sharing a computer to communicate with users at other sites Cont, : Cont, Some people are naturally ‘camera shy’ and do not like being filmed; a person who is confident with phone conferencing may be nervous in front of a camera . Videoconferencing in the classroom : Videoconferencing in the classroom New technologies such as videoconferencing bring new ways for teachers to work with students. Collaborations Sharing or informal chats Reporting news Planning Training Team Learning and Teaching Slide 13: videoconference etiquette and clothing. Be on time Voice: must be clear and slow enough to be understood. Noise: regular classroom noise must be kept at a minimum Slide 14: Avoid bold colors, especially red and black Avoid jewelry that may brush against microphones or tabletops and cause feedback. maintain eye contact by looking into the camera Slide 15: THE END

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