A Guide to Technology Resources at Drexel
Video-Conferencing & Audio-Visual Services (VCAV)
The VCAV team, in conjunction with the Client Services group, assists faculty and staff members with creating digital learning objects using a variety of tools, such as:
- Lecture recording or lecture capture
- High-definition video conferencing (VC) Webcasting and rich media delivery
- Vidtel Video Chat Client Service
- Video Production and Consulting
Focused on flexibility, presentations can be Webcast and captured from every Korman classroom and conference room. Five classrooms are equipped with high-definition video-conferencing capability; additionally, portable units are available for use in smaller settings or offices.
The VCAV team is able to broadcast and capture up to five video conferences simultaneously with multiple end-point capability. The capability also exists to redistribute presentations from any room to other Korman rooms or out to the Internet, thus providing both live and virtual real-time presentations and archived material. VCAV can Webcast any type of event in Korman and archive it for later viewing (or re-viewing).
Find out more about these services by visiting http://www.drexel.edu/irt/video or email@example.com for video-conferencing/webcasting services, or firstname.lastname@example.org for DragonDrop or media conversion. You may also call 215-895-2324.
Technology Sandbox, IRT's virtual test area, enables anyone who is interested to "play" with new applications in a non-production, pilot environment. Faculty members can test the value for their classrooms and make suggestions for other sandbox items to consider. Access the Technology Sandbox at http://www.drexel.edu/irt/org/initiatives.
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