TelePresence

Can you please provide me with some information on TelePresence?

TelePresence is a high definition, immersive video conferencing experience that allows learners and instructors to connect across hundreds of miles as if they were in the same room. People in the remote location look life-sized, and have flawless audio and video. 

Minnesota State University, Mankato has access to the following immersive TelePresence rooms:

Room Location

Seating Capacity

Scheduling Contact

Wissink Hall, Room 116

18 - 30 learners 

Registrar's Office for academic uses (priority)
Campus scheduling for administrative uses

Wissink Hall, Room 117

 8 - 10 learners

Registrar's Office for academic uses (priority)
Campus scheduling for administrative uses

Memorial Library, Room 94B

 8 - 10 learners

CETL for administrative uses (priority)
Registrar's Office for academic uses

Memorial Library, Room 2057

 8 - 10 learners

Julie Dornack

Morris Hall, Room 211

 1 - 36 learners

Registrar's Office for academic uses (priority)
Campus scheduling for administrative uses

Morris Hall, Room 215

 8 - 10 learners 

 Renee Grams

7700 France, Room 345

18 - 30 learners

Registrar's Office, academic uses (priority)
Ruth Gregory, administrative uses

7700 France, Room 307

 8 - 10 learners

Registrar's Office, administrative uses (priority)
Ruth Gregory

 7700 France, Room 321

 4-6 learners

 Registrar's Office, administrative uses (priority)
Ruth Gregory

Teaching in a TelePrence classroom:

If you would like to connect from a computer or iPad please take a look at our  article.
 

Instructional Innovation in Action: TelePresence

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