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- 1. AUDIO TELECONFERENCE Done by:Mahmood AL-Harrasi Hussain Al-Qaedi
2. Contents 1 2 3 4 Tool DescriptionAdvantages limitations 3.
- A teleconference is a simple and cost-effective way to communicate between two single sites or to multiple sites and users .
- An audio teleconference alive two-way conversation using telephone line or satellites contact people at different location.
Audio Teleconference : 4. Tool: The device can be connected to any computer that is being used by a meeting host as long as that user is both dialed into the phone and broadcasting. 5. Audio Teleconference Types: 6. Audio Teleconference Classroom Connection: 7. Example: phone link One example use for groupAudio Teleconferencefrom a boardroom meeting to a phone-link for a large audience. 8. Internet Audio Teleconferencing: 9. Equipment for Audio Teleconferencing:
- Telephone Desktop units (speaker phones) for inter-office conferencing. Portable audio systems with tabletop microphones for a group of people in an ordinary room environment .
- Installed audio systems in acoustically treated teleconference rooms.
- Inexpensive:All of the audio/voice technologies are relatively inexpensive.
- Easy to use :Almost everyone is comfortable using a telephone and an audio cassette. With voice technologies, there is no software to install and no hardware to configure!
- Easily accessible.
- Not conducive to visual information:Many students find it hard to focus and learn strictly through audio input. In addition, audio-only format restricts the content that can be conveyed (abstract concepts are very difficult to convey through audio).
- May be impersonal:With audio-only interactions, there is no eye contact and no body language. Students may be "turned off" by a talking box.
- May require scheduling.
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