University of Oregon

Video Conferencing

Videoconferencing is used for regular courses offered at multiple sites (e.g., Eugene and Portland), guest lectures, and meetings.

In Eugene, contact the Center for Media and Educational Technologies for standards-based videoconferencing in campus classrooms and several dedicated conferencing facilities. In Portland, contact the Library and Learning Commons.

For non-instructional videoconferencing, such as meetings and interviews, see video conferencing facilities managed by the Center for Media and Educational Technologies for drop-in or administrative uses.

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