A videoconferenced event at Aberystwyth, Bangor, Cardiff and Swansea Universities.
Wednesday 2 February 2011.

Videoconferencing is a technology whose time has come. This unique event will combine local and videoconferenced presentations, discussions and research. It will  present the reasons why you need to get the most from your videoconferencing facilities – and how to do so. 

It will highlight the ways in which videoconferencing can help meet the current environmental and financial challenges faced by education and the public sector. Who should videoconference? When should videoconferencing replace travel? When is travel more appropriate? How to get people using the facilities? How much money, time and CO2 emissions can be saved? What are the benefits to staff and the organisation?

This event is organised by the Welsh Video Network and has a focus on Higher and Further Education in Wales, but will be of interest to the whole public sector.

More information and booking from http://www.wvn.ac.uk/vfactorreg