Oregon State University provides videoconferencing services and support for faculty, staff and students of the Oregon State community to conduct virtual face-to-face meetings to enhance their teaching and learning, research, or other business at the University.
Types of video conferencing services at Oregon State University include:
Point-to-Point video conferencing
Multi-Site video conferencing
Desktop video conferencing
Video conference Streaming & Recording (Academic Technology)
High definition video conferencing enables face to face meetings with faculty, staff and students at all OSU campuses and extension sites, or with your non-OSU colleagues around the world. Oregon State University has many video-enabled classrooms and departmental conference rooms across the different campuses, and at the OSU Extension sites. Any Oregon State faculty and staff with a Renovo video scheduler account can check availability and make self-service requests for many video conferencing rooms. Access to Renovo can be obtained by emailing email@example.com. Also, you may contact Academic Technology for help to identify and reserve rooms for your next video meeting.
The Oregon State Video Bridge allows two or more video participants to meet instantly or have it scheduled by using the Renovo online video scheduler.
OSU video conferencing supports the following:
Join meetings from standards based (H.323 and SIP) room systems including Cisco, Polycom and LifeSize.
Up to 20-30 OSU internal and/or external guest video sites and audio participants.
Video conference recording/streaming capability (Academic Technology – Pricing & Scheduling)
OSU video bridge is available at no additional cost to every active OSU faculty, staff, and student as a feature of the Managed Communication Service
Audio Conferencing is a telephone (audio only) conference call among multiple locations. This can be scheduled through the OSU Renovo online video/audio scheduler, or an email can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. This service can be used in tandem with a video conference, to include those who do not have access to a standards-based (H.323 and SIP) video conferencing endpoint at the time of the meeting.
OSU audio bridge is available at no additional cost to every active OSU faculty, staff, and student as a feature of the Managed Communication Service