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Videoconferencing News, Notes and Events
Videoconferencing Services Subscriber User Login
An Overview Of Videoconferencing Programs, Events And Services Provided By BOCES Videoconferencing Services
A Technical Overview Of Videoconferencing
Step-By-Step Proceedures For Choosing Content, Planning And Scheduling A Videoconference
Sites In Our Region Using BOCES Videoconferencing Services
A Guide to Choosing a Virtual Field Trip / Video Conference Content Provider
BOCES Videoconferencing Services Support And Associate Contacts
Links To Other Videoconference Resourses And Information
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Step -By-Step Proccedures for Scheduling Virtual Field Trips and Classroom-To-Classroom Videoconferences A virtual field trip typically involves a classroom in one location and a content provider, such as a zoo or a museum.

Classroon-To-Classroom conferences also use these same proceedures.

Select the type of videoconference you would like to schedule.
Step-By-Step Proceedures for Scheduling Multi-Point Videoconferences Any administrative videoconference to be bridged to an ISDN connection.
A multi-point IP session with three or more locations, typically not more than 5.

When scheduling a Videoconference, you must first determine the type of conference. This is usually based on the number of sites participating. In general, there are two (2) types of videoconferences,

(1) Virtual Field Trip - Point-to-Point (which includes classroom-to-classroom conferences)

(2) Multi-Point - Two or more sites. When there is an ISDN or DL connection involved and/or more than
two sites.

The links above will take you to step-by-step proceedures for scheduling your conference.

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