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Tele conferencing


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Teleconferencing; Video and audio conferencing

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Tele conferencing

  1. 1. TELECONFERENCING: VIDEO & AUDIO CONFERENCING Presented by, ATHULYA V S Social Science Christ Nagar College Of Education Thiruvallam
  2. 2. CONFERENCING Conferencing is the participation in a conference that involves use of a particular Electronic Technology. It is a meeting for consultation or discussion like a conference between a student and his advisor. Conferencing is meeting with your colleagues using an electronic communications system such as your phone , your personal computer, or specialized video conferencing equipment
  3. 3. TELECONFERENCING Teleconferencing means meeting through telecommunication medium. It is a generic term for linking people between two or more locations by electronics. There are at least 6 types of teleconferencing: audio, audio graphic, computer, video, business television (BTV), and distance education.
  4. 4. USES OF TELECONFERENCING • Move information – Not people • Save time • Lower Costs • Accessible • Adaptable • Flexible • Security • Unity • Interactive
  5. 5. DEFECTS OF TELECONFERENCING • Lack of body language • Lack of eye contact • No visual presentation • Multitasking drains attention
  6. 6. VIDEO CONFERENCING A video conference is a live, visual connection between two or more people residing in separate locations for the purpose of communication. At its simplest, video conferencing provides transmission of static images and test between two locations.
  7. 7. USE OF VIDEO CONFERENCING • It enables teacher or limited number of learners need to connect from different locations at the same time. • Free download & easy to use software. • No time constraint • Specifically useful for a guest speaker who is far away from face to face class location. • Easy communication
  8. 8. DISADVANTAGES OF VIDEO CONFERENCING • Lack of personal interaction • Technical problems • High cost of setup
  9. 9. AUDIO CONFERENCING Audio conferencing is a telephone meeting conducted between multiple separate callers. The type of telephone used can vary but typically an audio conference includes attendees that use handheld wired telephones, conference rooms, speakerphones, that can be shared by several people, or individual cellular or mobile telephones.
  10. 10. BENEFITS OF AUDIO CONFERENCING • Record audio for future reference • Involve more collaboration • Easy call management • Cost effective • More accessible
  11. 11. DISADVANTAGES OF AUDIO CONFERENCING • Audio conferencing is meant for listening only. Learners cannot take down notes which can be used later. • It can restrict some learners flexibility and independence. • Poor quality of transmission may make some low and technology “turn off’’. • Conversation may be affected by noise. • Audio conferencing does not allow interactivity with large group of participants.