What is videoconferencing?
Videoconferencing enables groups of people at different locations to see and hear each other at the same time. This technology allows users to conduct meetings, teach courses, and collaborate in real time at any distance. To participate in a group videoconference, you must be using videoconferencing hardware and software.
What videoconferencing resources are available at IU?
Indiana University faculty and staff can schedule any of the 228 videoconferencing systems located across IU campuses. Video calls from IU are not limited to IU campuses, however; calls can be made to locations around the world that have compatible videoconferencing systems.
IU maintains special pricing on the Tandberg MXP-series high-definition videoconferencing system. Therefore, this is the recommended and supported group videoconferencing system.
Where can I get training on the Tandberg videoconferencing system?
You can watch a video tutorial on the Tandberg videoconferencing system at IU, at:
Where can I get more information?
The IU Knowledge Base has information about videoconferencing at IU at: http://kb.iu.edu/data/ajtt.html.