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Cam-Connect desktop web conferencing and collaboration service

      Please note that this service will be retired on 31 July 2019. If you have saved recordings that you wish to keep, you will need to take action to move them to your own storage space.

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The Cam-Connect (formerly DS-Connect) project is a pilot University-wide central Adobe® Connect™ service, providing flexible Web conferencing and collaboration facilities, enabling users across departments and colleges to extensively engage with others online for presentations, discussions and meetings, interviews, and virtual and blended learning.

Development plans include closer integration with University systems, including the telephone system. A course has been developed, and pilot testing carried out for use in conferences and committees, webinars and lecture capture, panel presentations and remote course delivery.

Guides for learning and good practice, as well as links for pre-meeting diagnostics, mobile apps, and equipment guides are available (see links to the left, below). Equipment loans can be arranged for testing, as well.

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