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Health Sciences videoconferencing

There are many videoconferencing resources and facilities within the Division of Health Sciences. These are free for Health Sciences users from any campus, and include:

  • Meeting rooms set up with Polycom units (for groups of up to 15 people)
  • Larger rooms and lecture theatres (please request technical support for these)
  • Other systems in small venues within schools and departments

Health Sciences video conferencing venues

Hunter Centre and 71 Frederick Street

  • These two venues use a mobile Polycom unit
  • You can book videoconferencing facilities in any of the Hunter Centre and 71 Frederick Street rooms
  • The following Hunter Centre rooms have fixed video conferencing installations:
    • Small meeting room: G31
    • Seminar room: 1.02
    • Large meeting room: G30b

University of Otago, Wellington (UOW)

  • Conference Room D27
  • Rooms D31 and C31 can also be booked
  • Nordmeyer Lecture Theatre

University of Otago, Christchurch (UOC)

  • Conference Room (temporary)
  • Rooms 7.11 and 7.05

Dunedin School of Medicine (DSM)

  • Octagonal Room
  • Dame Norma Restieaux Room
  • Barnett Lecture Theatre

The DSM also has other venues that use a mobile Polycom unit. Please contact eConferencing for more information on these:

Tel +64 3 479 8440 and +64 3 479 8997
Email econferencing@otago.ac.nz

Division of Health Sciences

  • Boardroom, fourth floor, Physiotherapy Building

Otago Medical School

  • Boardroom, ground floor, Sayers Building (to be confirmed)

The medical clinical schools also have access to other videoconferencing services such as Vivid Solutions (Telepaeds). This is a closed network of units that services district health boards and the wider health sector.

ITS videoconferencing rooms

  • ITS videoconferencing rooms in the ISB are free to book during normal work hours ($60 outside hours) and have on-site support.

More information is available at:
https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/zoom/econferencing-rooms/