Due to COVID-19, ITS is providing Zoom licenses for instructional purposes. To request a license please visit:
Information Technology Services provides various videoconferencing solutions and services for UH faculty and staff.
– Desktop Videoconferencing
– UH Zoom Recording Service
– Zoom Webinar Service
– Videoconference Rooms
– Videoconference Room Consultation
Desktop video conferencing does not require meeting rooms with monitors and video cameras. It allows users to host or join a meeting from their desktop or mobile device. Simple click-to-connect convenience quickly brings participants into a meeting on a computer, tablet or smartphone. A reliable network bandwidth, a computer equipped with a webcam, microphone, headphones (if in a public area), and a videoconference plug-in/software is all that is needed. This service is available to UH faculty and staff for UH business such as administrative meetings, interviews, advising, extended office hours, and small group discussions.
Cloud recordings may be accessed through the UH Zoom Recording service. Recordings will be viewable/accessible for the duration of the semester for which they occurred. ITS recommends sharing of recordings be done by posting direct links in Laulima.The UH Zoom Recording service is still in development. In the coming weeks and months we plan on adding additional features and capabilities. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we continue to grow this service.
Webinars are like a virtual lecture hall or auditoriums. Webinars are ideal for large audiences or events that are open to the public. Webinars allow for view-only attendees. Interaction from attendees is typically handled via Q&A, chat, and polls.
This service is available to UH departments, faculty and staff, who have been issued a Zoom license from ITS, for UH related purposes. Our current capacity for Zoom webinar viewers is limited to 500, or, 1000. This is a shared resource and availability is on a first come first served basis.
Zoom Live Streaming
Zoom features the ability to live stream a meeting or webinar to YouTube, Facebook Live or a custom streaming service. This allows participants to view your meeting or webinar via one of these streaming services. During the live event there will be an approximate 20-second delay between the live Zoom meeting or webinar and the live stream.
Please note, due to security reasons ITS has blocked, by default, the ability for users to live stream their conferences. ITS is able to temporarily provide access when/if this feature is needed. To request access please contact: email@example.com.
IT Center Video Conference Rooms are located in the Information Technology Center on the UH Mānoa campus and may be used for UH business such as administrative meetings, research collaboration and interviews.
ITS Kuykendall Video Conference Rooms and ITS Webster Video Conference Room are distance learning classrooms located in Kuykendall Hall and Webster Hall on the UH Mānoa campus. Priority use of rooms is for distance learning courses. However, if time permits, rooms may be available for ad hoc large group videoconferencing events such as training workshops, presentations and large group meetings.
Videoconference Room Consultation
Information Technology Services provides UH departments consultation in purchasing videoconference equipment and deploying a departmental room-based videoconferencing system in a new or existing room, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment for consultation.