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Automated gesture recognition features have gained popularity. They allow people to create emojis and animations during online video sessions through physical gestures seen onscreen, and include both Zoom’s gesture recognition feature and a separate feature offered on Apple devices that can trigger…
Starting Sunday, October 15, 2023, Zoom hosts and co-hosts who use breakout rooms will have the ability to view the activity level of participants in breakout rooms. After session participants have been added to breakout rooms, the hosts and co-hosts will be able to see information about…
Zoom is a full-featured web and video conferencing service that offers online meetings and webinars. Features include polling, breakout rooms, and a wide variety of audio options.
Cornell has made changes to options to improve Zoom's synchronization with integrated calendars and to provide additional options for those who have been granted Schedule Privileges on a user's behalf.
Starting Thursday, April 27, 2023, the Zoom Polls/Quizzes library will be available for Cornell Zoom meeting and webinar hosts.
Cornell’s CUView digital signage vendor, Appspace, was recently notified of changes to the Twitter API access policy that affect third-party platform integrations. As a result of Twitter's changes, Appspace will no longer be able to access and display Twitter content using the existing Card…
Creators and providers of video content should take measures to make all media accessible. Several services are available to help with this.
Keep Zoom meetings and webinars private and safe from unwanted attendees and Zoombombing and learn about Strategies to Block AI Bots from Zoom Sessions. Zoom is provided free of charge for current faculty, staff, students, and affiliates at all Cornell campuses.
To help ensure best value and a consistent outcome across projects, CIT provides up to two hours of free audio-visual consulting for all AV projects.
CIT's Audio-visual (AV) Installation service installs AV technology into conference rooms, offices, classrooms, auditoria, and other spaces on campus. In learning spaces, this technology enables in-person instruction, hybrid modalities, and remote presenters and participants. Out of the classroom,…
Room Schedulers provide small touch panels that display the status of a room's calendar and can be used to reserve rooms. Crestron is the vendor that supplies the TSS series of touch screen room schedulers, including 7" and 10" models. The Schedulers are compatible with Cornell's Office 365…
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.
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 Cornell…
Audio-visual services for courses include: Audio-Visual Event Support and Media Production Services AV staff are available to record one-time events such as guest speakers, field trips and documentation of research. Lecture Capture There are different options for recording single lectures or…
This service enables instructors to use audio and video files in their teaching. Audio and video files are uploaded to a storage system via a Canvas course, and the material is automatically compressed and linked. Detailed instructions are available at the Center for Teaching Innovation's Video…
About CUView CUView is a centrally supported digital signage service, which allows departments to display content on flat-panel monitors in locations of their choice. Digital signs are also used to display official bulletins, information, and instructions during campus emergencies, through an…
Audio-Visual Infrastructure offerings support new and, in some cases, existing room technologies by bundling a data network infrastructure with audio-visual remote management tools. This service is intended both for new construction and renovation of classrooms and conference rooms and for the…

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