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VC

abbreviation for VICE-CHANCELLOR.
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Ideally, students should have all the basic skills necessary to initiate, run and terminate any videoconferencing session using the technology provided in their classroom setting.
videoconferencing adoption in the millions of smaller conference rooms where
Videoconferencing: Interactive videoconferencing, as a form of telehealth, refers to the real-time sharing of video and audio information that occurs between two or more people at different sites or locations (15,16).
According to the article, even some videoconferencing equipment vendors came up in Moore's scan, including Polycom, Cisco, LifeSize, and Sony.
BT Conferencing's cloud-based videoconferencing service has been expanded to allow full global interoperability between a wide range of manufacturer solutions, significantly increasing the choice of devices that can be used in video meetings.
The survey also found that the use of videoconferencing across learning institutions is viewed somewhat differently by school teachers and university tutors, while teachers of school-age children saw the most potential for using videoconferencing as a collaborative working tool (65%) and for virtual field trips (60%) -- in other words as a way to expand the scope of the learning experience, university tutors, said that a more important benefit of videoconferencing, from their experience, is the ability to include more students -- such as reaching home-based students (64%) or enabling those who missed a class to view it later (62%).
Such use of videoconferencing and other technologies has enabled Cisco to both save money and reduce its carbon footprint.
The option of videoconferencing has been suggested in case of Mahale because of doubts over security of Indian officials if they visit Pakistan.
CoroCall 2.0 also provides enhanced H.239 application sharing that is interoperable with traditional videoconferencing vendors such as Polycom, Inc., and Cisco Systems, Inc.
The air service from Anglesey to South Wales has come under close scrutiny recently: today a reader asks if videoconferencing advances have made many of the journeys taken on it unnecessary
This operation, which was announced last year and which will allow Cisco to better position itself on the increasingly competitive videoconferencing market, values Tandberg at US$3.4 billion (2.5 billion).
The Tetco-Voxpilot videoconferencing solution meets current business needs: substantial cost reductions, lower travel expenses, better efficiency and productivity with mobile teams and multi-site companies.