Division: Audio and Video Conference
The Audio and Video Conferencing division is responsible for developing, deploying and maintaining - Audio and video conferencing infrastructure for teaching and learning at the university. The main objective of this division is to contribute towards the development and delivery of an appropriate and integrated technology- enhanced learning environment to service learners in both urban and rural areas. Video conferencing is a two-way audio and video communication system that allows participants at different locations to view and hear one another in real time by means of video cameras, television monitors, interactive smart-boards and microphones by using the telephone lines or internet network. An example of video conferencing is communication between students and lecturers or between groups of students.
Benefits of Video and Teleconferencing
Video and teleconference bookings
Bookings can be made using an online booking system that is accessible through staff online (e-connect). The system is calendar-based and easy to use with a help function to assist first- time users.
The facilities can be used by the following clients among others:
Video conference facilities can be used for the following:
Video Conferencing Classroom
Directorate: Instructional Support and Services (DISS)