Odegaard Videoconference Studio

Technology Spaces Videoconference Studios Odegaard Videoconference Studio

The Odegaard Videoconference Studio was purposely designed with collaboration and conferencing in mind, featuring stadium-style seating that can accommodate 16 people comfortably. Examples of groups that might take advantage of the studio are researchers that need to confer with colleagues from other institutions, and administrative groups on campus that need to meet with their colleagues who are at different locations.

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Locations and Hours

Location: Odegaard Undergraduate Library, 320
Hours: By reservation only
Manager: Jason Smith

About the Videoconference Studio 

Capacity: 16
Layout: stadium-style seating
Videoconference Technologies: Access Grid Node, ConferenceXP, Polycom
Displays: Three (3) 50-inch plasma screens
Connectivity: H.323 (IP) and H.320 (ISDN)
Other Tech: Room PC, input jack for Laptop sharing, fully-wired power and Ethernet at each seat, automated camera/microphone system, wireless connectivity

The Odegaard Videoconference Studio is designed to be flexible and can accommodate connectivity with most far-end locations.  Using the built in PC or a personal laptop; users can display other necessary information or presentations, including PowerPoint slides, on the studio's plasma screens as well.  This studio is not designed for normal instruction. Reservation requests are taken on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Using the Videoconference Studio

Odegaard Undergraduate Library Videoconference Handout
Tips For a Successful Videoconference
Request a Reservation

For general questions regarding the Odegaard Videoconference Studio please contact lstvc@uw.edumailto link.

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