Please note: If you would like to organise the videoconference in a meeting room with dedicated videoconference facilities, you still need to book such room. Currently you can book a room sending a request to Service Desk (with or without related form, depending on the campus).
However, the process of ad hoc room booking is under review as an identified service improvement priority under the Service Matters Framework. A project to improve processes for booking space at ACU has been initiated and may result in changes to the current process. For more information regarding this project, contact Service.Matters@acu.edu.au
How can video conferencing benefit my department?
link with experts from hospitals and information sessions at other scientific institutions
Arts and Sciences
link with cultural and performing artists
link with museums and pre-schools for lesson observation and mentor support
link with indigenous speakers
link with care workers and the disabled to share ideas for education needs
experience other cultures first hand
link with CEO’s and department heads for their experience
How do I video conference to an External Party in Australia or Overseas?
Please request the following information from the external participant:
Their Video Conference IP/IDSN address
What kind of Video Conference Equipment they use
Contact details of their Video Conference Coordinator
Send this information to email@example.com. We require at least 5 business days after receiving the information to test the connections. An e-mail will be sent back to you to inform you of the tests results.
What type of video conference equipment do we use?
Polycom HDX 7000
Polycom HDX 8000
Polycom Realpresence Group 700/500/300
Polycom Realpresence for Desktop/iPad and iPhone
What if I still have questions?
If you wish a demonstration of the equipment, please contact the Service Desk on x7272. You can also e-mail your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.