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RObert Gershon posted this on the VITA-VT list,
and I thought it might be interesting to collect
some sites ... does anyone here have an ISDN
setup ?

        - Does your school have ISDN available
        for Video Conferencing ?

        - IF SO

                - Where is it located
                - Who arranges time (email and phone)
                - What are terms of use (cost, etc)

Please respond either to the list or to me and
I'll summarize in a day or so.

Steve
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Subject:      Anyone using ISDN?
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We've just installed some videoconferencing equipment and ISDN lines at
CSC and wonder who out there also uses ISDN, especially with H.320
videoconferencing stuff.  I remember the state and IBM offering ISDN to
schools a few years ago but never heard who ogt those awards nor what
they did with them.

Even without the video stuff we could arrange to provide a loaner set-up
if anyone wanted to see what the system was like.

Please let me know if you're interested or know someone else who might be.

TIA,

Bob

Dr. Robert Gershon
Professor, Communication
Castleton State College
Castleton, VT 05735
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