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|-|''Go directly to the [http://emeeting.ucsf.edu videoteleconference site], hosted by UCSF.'' |+|
SynBERC uses VTC. .edu for .
Marratech to make videoteleconference calls. It's good at connecting computers, and alright at connecting VTC systems like Polycom and Tandberg. It's not bad at sharing Powerpoint presentations. To use, first [http://www.marratech.com/download/ download the software client]. When you run it, you'll see that it has an embedded browser of sorts. Hop in and go to emeeting.ucsf.edu . You'll be asked for your login, which by default is your name and office number in this caps-sensitive format: KCosta/5104327568 ([mailto:email@example.com contact Kevin] if you forget it or need a new one). Then click on the link to the private SynBERC room. |+|
|-|===Conference room locations and POCs (subject to change):=== |+|
|-|* UCB: 977-120 Sudar Auditorium (IP: 126.96.36.199, POC: Kevin Costa 510-432-7568) |+|
|-|* MIT: Conference room upstairs from Gwen Wilcox (IP: 188.8.131.52, POC Clayton Hansworth 617-253-3976) |+|
|-|* PVAMU: Coleman Library 508 (IP: 184.108.40.206, POC: Paul Johnson 936-857-2030) |+|
|-|* UCSF: tbd (maybe Byer Hall 211) (IP: 220.127.116.11, POC Isaac Conway-Stenzel 415-476-4310) |+|
|-|* NSF: room name unknown (IP: 192.12.209. 106, Glenn Graham 703-292-8024 or -9114) |+|
SynBERC uses Acrobat Connect for VTC. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.