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Audio & Video

Zoom is provided free of charge for current faculty, staff, students, and affiliates at all Cornell campuses. You automatically have a Cornell Zoom account. Just install the software and you'll be ready to go.

Attendees of Zoom...Read more

Skype is partially integrated with Outlook on the Web, allowing users to access a small number of Skype features. Features are limited and may also not reflect all changes and updates immediately for all appearances. For the best functionality, use the full Skype client. (...Read more

Microsoft Skype for Business is a unified communications tool for Cornell faculty, staff, and students. It provides

instant messaging presence (a combination of your availability and willingness to communicate; helps users approach their colleagues at the right time and through the right...Read more

Event Technical Support and Media Production services meet the audio and video (AV) needs of instructors, researchers, and administrators by providing fee-based AV support tailored to their requirements. From presentation support to a fully managed AV environment, we have the staff, expertise,...Read more

Integrated AV Consulting provides the deliverables listed below for small AV projects. Depending on the need of the project, Integrated AV may broker external consultants for certain tasks. Integration is performed as a design-build under the...Read more

The Integrated AV service supports classrooms, conference rooms, auditoria, and other spaces on campus through standards development and application, vendor management, and an enterprise technology infrastructure and platform. Using a mix of FTE and external vendors, the service enables...Read more

Compare with Web Conferencing , which describes several software solutions for online meetings, webinars, and chat.

CIT's Video Conferencing supports standards-based video conferencing, typically installed in conference rooms and distance learning...Read more

Cornell's Video Platform Service (VPS) is a centrally-provided system for university departments and groups to store, archive, catalog, and publish large numbers of videos and other media collections for the web.Read more

Faculty and staff can use Video on Demand (VOD) to upload and publish a wide variety of digital video, audio, and image files that pertain to or support the mission of Cornell University, including content supporting the Cornell academic, research, and outreach missions or other official...Read more

Video and audio recording services are available to instructors on a limited basis at no charge for instructional uses. Instructional uses are defined as those activities associated with a course listed in the University course roster.

Audio / Video services for courses include:...Read more