Western Kentucky University

IT Division - Room-Based Video Conferencing

Room-Based Video Conferencing

Room-Based Video Conferencing  allows for two-way audio and video communication of individuals from distant locations using specially enhanced video conference rooms.  WKU hosts a network of over 40 videoconferencing-enhanced rooms throughout Western Kentucky with locations in Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Glasgow, and Owensboro. Room-based video conferencing provides you high-quality, regional, national and international reach to almost anywhere in the world.

 

Video Conferencing Rooms

There are two types of video conferencing rooms at WKU: classrooms and conferencing rooms.  They vary in size with a classroom seating up to 45 and a conference room seating up to 12 individuals.  

Video conferencing rooms feature:   

• High-Definition Video Conferencing Equipment

• Touch Panel Control System

• Plasma/LCD Displays

• Document Camera

• PC Display Projection

• Internet Connection

• DVD/VCR

Click to see pictures of the video conferencing rooms at WKU.

 

Frequent and Past Connection Locales

In the Region: Council for Post Secondary Education, Frankfort, KY;  Center for Rural Development, Somerset, KY; University of Kentucky; University of Louisville 

National: California, Florida, Texas, New York, Washington D. C.    

International: Ecuador, South Korea, Egypt, Scotland, Canada, Samoa Islands, Bangladesh

 

 Last Modified 4/28/14