The room information panel Joining through your web browser Joining through a videoconferencing system Joining through your phone Joining through a VidyoRoom system The connection information window is your portal to any conference or virtual room on Vscene. Click 'Join' next to a scheduled conference or virtual room to open it.
Joining the room The sidebar Setup Screen share Chat Controls, and other features Joining a videoconference via a browser is easier than ever on our new conference interface, available in Chrome and Firefox. Joining the room
What's in this section?  You'll find lots of helpful guides on how to use Vscene, whether you're a user or an administrator. You'll find information and illustrations on the following:
Joining via your browser Using the browser Joining via your browser If you don’t have access to a hardware system, then you can easily join a conference via your browser. If you or another participant has scheduled a meeting using vscene, you will receive an email invite with the conference details. This email will include a link to join the videoconference via your browser.
19 September 2013 at 2:24pm
Virtually University is delighted to work with Barclays again this year to introduce Year 13 students to the award winning Barclays Sponsored Degree Programme (BDP). Interactive videoconferences taking place on 10th and 11th October will be ideal for students considering alternative routes to a Business degree and are open to all schools and colleges.About BDP - Barclays describes the Opportunity:
7 October 2013 at 1:04pm
This course will provide participants with a sound introduction to the technical aspects of implementing and running videoconferencing within their organisation.
7 October 2013 at 1:04pm
This course will prepare you for using videoconferencing for both teaching and administrative purposes. It will provide practical advice on what to expect and how to prepare. Delegates tasked with supporting videoconferencing in their organisation will find it a useful introduction to the area and perhaps more importantly an insight into how room design and technical set up can impact on their users experience.
19 September 2013 at 2:24pm
During the most recent UK VC Partnerships meeting the issue of Broadband advice for schools was raised, and that Janet should present some clear guidelines to help the schools community when deciding on Broadband providers. Those present gave their ideas, and we came up with the following:
19 September 2013 at 2:24pm
New to BETT 2013, this is a one-day programme of seminars on 31st January, designed to help your school unlock the full potential of this powerful and cost-effective technology which can help enrich the curriculum and offer learners new opportunities to prepare for becoming part of the global workforce of the future.
Evaluation carried out December 2012 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Radvision XT5000 high definition conferencing system is designed to be installed either permanently in a small to medium sized conference room or as part of a Roll-about unit.
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