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IT Division - Room-Based Video Conferencing

Video Conferencing Room-Based

Room-Based Video Conferencing  allows for two-way audio and video communication of individuals from distant locations using specially enhanced video conference rooms.  WKU hosts a network of over 40 videoconferencing-enhanced rooms throughout Western Kentucky with locations in Bowling Green, Elizabethtown, Fort Knox, Glasgow, and Owensboro. Room-based video conferencing provides you high-quality, regional, national and international reach to almost anywhere in the world.


Video Conferencing Rooms

There are two types of video conferencing rooms at WKU: classrooms and conferencing rooms.  They vary in size with a classroom seating up to 45 and a conference room seating up to 12 individuals.  

Video conferencing rooms feature:   

• High-Definition Video Conferencing Equipment

• Touch Panel Control System

• Plasma/LCD Displays

• Document Camera

• PC Display Projection

• Internet Connection


Click to see pictures of the video conferencing rooms at WKU.


Area Businesses

We love to serve our area businesses.  Discover how Video Conferencing can help your business.


Frequent and Past Connection Locales

In the Region: Council for Post Secondary Education, Frankfort, KY;  Center for Rural Development, Somerset, KY; University of Kentucky; University of Louisville 

National: California, Florida, Texas, New York, Washington D. C.    

International: Ecuador, South Korea, Egypt, Scotland, Canada, Samoa Islands, Bangladesh


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 Last Modified 5/5/17