The Teleconference Center provides teleconferencing and distance learning through interactive video to faculty, staff, students, and the administration at North Carolina Central University.
- Interviewing perspective employees.
- Collaborating with professors at other sites.
- Teaching programs that you specialize in.
- Meetings that would normally require traveling.
- Connect via interactive videoconferencing to all state-supported universities in North Carolina
- Connect via interactive videoconferencing to many community colleges, high schools, hospitals, and health departments in North Carolina
- Connect outside of North Carolina to sites that have codec dial up capabilities. (This form of transmission is not full-motion video)
- Play back videotapes and DVDs-
Video Classroom (NCCU 1)
Capacity – 33 people
Shepard Library, Third Floor, Room 364
- Two 40” monitors for the audience/participants to view distant sites and graphics
- Voice activated microphones for the participants
- Production elements: overheads, computer generated text and graphics, computer networking, slides, videotape playback, and recordings
- Scan converter and PC networked to the World Wide Web and the Internet via campus fiber
- Four remote controlled cameras
- Recording Format: VHS and DVD
- Telephone audio interface
Video Conference Room (NCCU 2)
Capacity – 14 people
Shepard Library, Third Floor, Room 361
- Three 27” color monitors
- Voice-activated microphones
- One overhead camera
- Six participant cameras
- One wide-shot camera
- Operator-controlled switching and camera control
Services Teleclass Productions: Courses and seminars broadcast
live via the NC-REN (North Carolina Research and Educational Network),
NCIH (North Carolina Information Highway), and Video over IP (Internet
- Videoconferencing: Two-way interaction with participants at remote sites throughout the state.
- Video over IP: Two-way interaction with participants at remote sites around the world using H.323 protocol.
Videoconferencing Capability: Two-way interaction with participants at
remote sites throughout the world. Client will incur charges when using
this service. Normally about $100.00 per hour.
- Satellite Downlink Capability: Viewing capabilities for C-Band and Ku-Band satellite programs.
Uplink Capability: C-Band and Ku-Band satellite transmission in analog
or digital compressed video. Client will incur charges when using this
Teleconference Schedules, Policies and Fees
Teleconference Presentation Tips