Interactive Video Services

Services

Multi-party teleconferencing

Multi-party teleconferencing

Multi-party teleconferencing uses an “audio bridge” to allow multiple telephone participants to dial a single number to enter a “multi-party” teleconference. There is currently no fee for this service.

Offered to UT Health faculty, staff and students requesting set-up of a teleconference that requires more than 3 participants in a scheduled teleconference. (less than 4 telephone connections can be connected using a conference telephone or standard UT Health desk telephone.)

24 – 48 hour advance notification required.

 

Webcasting

Webcasting

Webcasting is “broadcasting” over the Internet. Webcasts may be presented “live” or “on demand”. Higher & lower webcast resolution options are available. Please inquire about available broadcast locations and webcast options. There is currently no fee for this service.

Offered to UT Health faculty, staff and students requesting Video Webcast / Video Capture for V.I.P. and larger events, classes, and Medical School Grand Rounds to be accessed by means of the UT Health Video on Demand website (departmental approval required).  Video webcast/capture location is dependent on estimated number of attendees (in event location).

 5 – 7 day advance notification / departmental authorization required.

 

Videoconferencing

Videoconferencing

Videoconferencing (also known as a video teleconferencing) is a set of interactive video communication technologies which allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmissions simultaneously. Computer screen sharing and additional telephone connectivity are also options upon request. Please inquire about available videoconferencing locations and videoconference options. There is currently no fee for this service.

Offered to UT Health faculty, staff and students requiring Video conferencing for meetings, seminars, classes; to be accessed by means of specific UT Health established locations and institutions collaborating with members of the UT Health system (departmental approval required).  Location dependent on estimated number of attendees (in requester‘s meeting location)

5 – 7 day advance notification / departmental authorization required.