About video conferencing
Video conferencing suites can be used to host meetings across campuses, for worldwide interviewing, multi-site group work and distance learning.
Booking a call
Before booking a video conferencing call, please consider the following:
Type of call
- Two-way i.e. one location to one location
- Multi-site i.e. one location to numerous locations. Not all suites are capable of multi-site connections so check which type of call you need before booking
You will need the following information about the other site(s) you are calling before you can book the call:
- The IP address of the other unit(s)
Submit a video conference booking request
Please give a minimum of three full working days notice
Video Conferencing suites are centrally bookable via the Timetabling Office, with the exception of:
- Law and Social Sciences A103
- Sir Clive Granger Building A43
- Trent A19 (Trent Committee Room)
- Exchange Building B35a
- Dearing Building C47
- Si Yuan Centre A22
King's Meadow Campus
Medical School, QMC
Skype for Business
If a Video Conferencing suite is not required or unavailable, we recommend all University staff use Skype for Business.
For more information, guides and how to use Skype for Business, view the workspace site.
Skype for Business workspace (log in required)
Help and support
Campus IT support can provide technical support throughout a video conferencing call, if required. For bookings between 8am - 6pm, Monday to Friday this service is free, but outside of these hours there is a charge for technical support.
For support, or to arrange a system demonstration, please contact the Campus IT support team for the location of your booked room.
Contact Campus IT support User guide and FAQs