Recent Examples of teleconferencing from the Web
According to the new policy: Travel should only be requested when a more economical alternative to travel is unavailable (e.g., conference calls, overnight mail, VoIP, teleconferencing, etc.).
Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer, a Yonkers Democrat, says teleconferencing could be one way to make hearings less burdensome, especially for speakers who have to travel long distances.
The Team Member Center features private interview rooms, teleconferencing technology, and an application room.
But developers haven’t created computer programs — say, a better form of teleconferencing or other long-distance collaboration applications — that work only at the highest speeds.
Healthcare teleconferencing is a growing phenomenon as the efficiencies of the internet and mobile devices are streamlining those remote interactions.
Of what essential use is a holographic teleconferencing system, we are never told.
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TELECONFERENCING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of teleconferencing for English Language Learners
: the use of telephones and video equipment to have a meeting with people who are in different places
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