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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato

TelePresence

Page address: http://www.mnsu.edu/its/academic/telepresence.html

What is TelePresence? 

TelePresence is a high definition, immersive videoconferencing 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
Wissinck Hall, Room 116 18 - 30 learners  Registrar's Office for academic uses (priority)
Campus scheduling for administrative uses
Wissinck 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 Mary Van Duynhoven for administrative uses (priority)
Registrar's Office for academic uses
Memorial Library, Room 2057 8 - 10 learners Julie Dornack
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, academic uses (priority)
Ruth Gregory, administrative uses
7700 France, Room 321 4-6 learners Registrar's Office, administrative uses (priority)
Ruth Gregory

How do I Teach in a Telepresence Classroom? 

How do I Connect from a Laptop to a Telepresence Classroom using Jabber? 

Jabber video allows you to connect your personal computing and mobile devices to a TelePresence classroom. Below are links for downloading, installing and configuring Jabber video on your Macintosh or Windows laptop or desktop to one of these systems.

Instructional Innovation in Action: TelePresence