audiographic teleconferencing

audiographic teleconferencing

(communications)
(Or "electronic whiteboarding", "screen sharing") A form of teleconferencing in real time using both an audio and a data connection. The computer screen is shared by more than one site, and used as an electronic blackboard, overhead projector or still video projector. Some systems allow for sharing software also.
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SoftBoard is available with an optional remote communications capability (SBRemote software) that provides an easy-to-use, low-cost solution for audiographic teleconferencing, distance learning and site-to-site collaboration applications.
From six years of experience in using teleconferencing for training--teletraining--I believe that audiographic teleconferencing offers an affordable, viable option.
SoftBoard is ideal for brainstorming, training, audiographic teleconferencing, distance learning and site-to-site collaboration applications.
Many audiographic teleconferencing systems are now based on a basic engine of the IMB PC, or an Apple PC, or other personal computer.
of Chicago, Illinois, whose Discon 1000 audiographic teleconferencing system allows users to write directly on a freeze-frame video image, with the markings transmitted live via dial-up telephone lines.