Video and Telephone Conferences
University staff can access a wide range of telephone conferencing and video conferencing facilities, functions and equipment.
Conducting a Telephone Conference
The NEC desktop handsets and Polycom phones can be used to conduct teleconference calls involving yourself and two other parties.
Teleconferences involving four or more parties can be conducted via Skype for Business.
> Conduct a teleconference call using a NEC desktop handset (maximum 3 participants)
> Conduct a teleconference call using a Polycom phone (maximum 3 participants)
> Conduct a teleconference call using Skype for Business (maximum 100 participants)
Setting Up Video Conferencing
Before purchasing video conferencing software, video cameras or other related equipment, staff are advised to consult with the IT Help Desk who will provide advice on the desktop video conferencing solutions available to you.
Conducting a Video Conference
It is strongly suggested you practice conducting a video conference before conducting a video conference for the first time, and you should also test your video conferencing equipment before the scheduled time of all video conferences.
Recommended Video Conference Equipment
While Information Strategy and Technology Services (ISTS) does recommend specific video conferencing equipment, it should be noted that staff are free to source whichever hardware they prefer for video conferencing.
Video Conference Facilities
There are video conference venues and equipment available on all UniSA campuses. For details such as locations, equipment, booking process and address details please refer to the Video Conference Facilities webpage or select the relevant link below to view available facilities on your campus.