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Video Conferencing

Video conferencing provides a two-way or multi-way communication for students, faculty and staff at the University of Georgia via virtual meetings. Video conferencing can be done for classes, seminars and small-group meetings for people in multiple locations.

Currently, UGA offers Zoom and Blackboard Collaborate for administrative and academic web conferencing.    Blackboard Collaborate will be decommissioned on December 31, 2020.  After this date, Zoom will be the primary web conferencing solution available to instructors within eLearning Commons (eLC).  To learn more, visit the Collaborate Decommission web page.

For instructors, both of these tools are available through eLearning Commons. Information on these tools for academic purposes is available at on eLC Help website.

Colleges or departments may offer video conferencing options for their units. Please contact the IT professional staff in your unit for potential options. 

The Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) also offers video conferencing options, including a video conferencing facility. Please contact CTL for options.