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How to have a meeting via the Internet

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 Common material such as slides and presentations may be used to enhance the lecture.
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Solutions for scenarios

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Solutions for the scenarios

 
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Recipe A for scenario 1

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Recipe A for scenario 1

  The participants use Skype for voice calls:
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Recipe B for scenario 1

The participants use NetMeeting for video conferencing and document sharing.

  • Preparation: Both parties ensure that their microphone and web camera work, and that they have NetMeeting activated on their Windows computer. The receiving party launches NetMeeting to be able to answer the call.
  • One party calls the other by their hostname or IP address. The parties share the relevant documents with NetMeeting application sharing and discuss over video conferencing until the meeting is finished.

Tested at University of Helsinki, Department of General Linguistics Local Network -- EeroVitie - 12 Oct 2006, TeroAalto - 15 Jan 2007

Recipe C for scenario 2

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Recipe B for scenario 2

  The lecturer uses ViaVideo for video conferencing. The students and assistant use a video conferencing enabled classroom for video
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  questions. Slides and other material can be shown through ViaVideo application sharing.
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Recipe D for scenarios 1,2 and 5

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Recipe C for scenarios 1,2 and 5

  The participants use VNC for desktop sharing. The roles of student and supervisor can be interchanged in the following instructions. Note that VNC
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Recipe E for scenario 5

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Recipe D for scenarios 1, 2, 3 and 5

One of the participants acts as the host of a Adobe Connect Professional session that the others can join.

  • Preparation
    • The host sets up the session
    • Other participants log in at the URL provided by the host
  • The host grants Presenter and Host rights as required
  • Hardware requirements
    • Headset
      • Participate in the conversation
    • Webcam
      • Enable video display

Tested at University of Helsinki -- TeroAalto - 31 Aug 2007 - 1 Nov 2007

Deprecated solutions

Recipe E for scenario 1

The participants use NetMeeting for video conferencing and document sharing.

  • Preparation: Both parties ensure that their microphone and web camera work, and that they have NetMeeting activated on their Windows computer. The receiving party launches NetMeeting to be able to answer the call.
  • One party calls the other by their hostname or IP address. The parties share the relevant documents with NetMeeting application sharing and discuss over video conferencing until the meeting is finished.

In Windows Vista, NetMeeting is no longer supported.

Tested at University of Helsinki, Department of General Linguistics Local Network -- EeroVitie - 12 Oct 2006, TeroAalto - 15 Jan 2007

Recipe F for scenario 5

  The remote student views the classroom/lecturer via Skype and the shared desktop via NetMeeting.
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  In cases with no video projected in the classroom, desktop sharing is not necessary.
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In Windows Vista, NetMeeting is no longer supported.
 Tested at University of Helsinki, Department of General Linguistics Local Network -- TeroAalto - 22 Jan 2007; With University of Helsinki, Department of General Linguistics, and University of Jyväskylä, Language Centre -- TeroAalto - 24 Jan 2007
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Recipe F for scenario 3

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Recipe G for scenario 3

  The participants use Festoon to communicate. See the Festoon page for further information on its setup and use.
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  This procedure is adaptable to scenario 5.
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Festoon is no longer supported by the manufacturer.
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Common technical problems with Video Conferencing and other meeting tools

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