Fall 2020: Course scheduling for LSS Videoconference rooms has been suspended until further notice. Ad-hoc use will be scheduled on a limited basis via the Room Reservation Form.
Learning Support Services supports four videoconference rooms designed for collaboration. All rooms are equipped with a camera, microphone, speakers, and computer with all the software necessary to share your lecture and presentation with all participants.
Departments or Programs in the College of Letters & Science.
There are four videoconferencing rooms on the second floor of Van Hise Hall: 254, 286, 290, and 294. See LSS Classrooms for more information about these rooms.
Monday – Friday 8:00 AM – 4 PM; contact us for times outside of normal hours.
Request a room using our Room Reservation Form.
For consultation about videoconferencing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Van Hise 286, 290, and 294 have a high-definition camera, speakers, microphone, and computer with videoconference software installed. Because the room is configured for the best possible videoconference experience, we ask that you use the computer in the room.
|Software||How to Login|
|Hangouts||In Chrome go to hangouts.google.com and login using your personal account.|
|Skype||Login to the Skype application using your personal account.|
|WebEx||If scheduled through UW-Madison go to uwmadison.webex.com. If another institution scheduled the meeting, follow the instructions provided.|
|Zoom||Login to the Zoom application using your personal account or meeting ID.|
Semester Long Video Conference Courses
UW-Madison collaborates with other universities to provide videoconference courses through the Big Ten Academic Alliance.
Van Hise 254, 290, and 294 use dedicated advanced videoconference hardware to share high-definition audio and video between peer institutions. Coordination for semester-long videoconference courses requires consultation, technology vetting, and instructor training prior to the start of the semester.