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Telephone ConferenCes, Video Conferences & Streaming

Service: As a substitute for meetings, seminars and courses, telephone conferences, video conferences and streaming facilities are available. In this way, colleagues who are currently working in the home office can also participate. Please choose the service that best suits your usage scenario:

  • Telephone Conference: meetings/seminars with a manageable group size and high interaction of all participants
  • Video Conferences: meetings/seminars with a manageable group size and high interaction of all participants; exchange of visual information via video or shared screen
  • Streaming: presentation of content to a larger audience with only sporadic feedback

Target Group: students, employees

Usage Costs: free of charge

Contact: in the current situation your contact is corona.it@wwu.de or 0251 83-30500

  • Telephone Conferences

    Usage Scenario: meetings/seminars with a manageable group size and high interaction of all participants

    Note: At https://nic.uni-muenster.de/NutzerTelefonanschluss you can find out if you have a Unify phone and if UC is enabled.

    • Unify Telephone:
      • Unified Communication is not activated: Please activate UC by sending a short request to km@uni-muenster.de, including your name, your university telephone number and your WWU ID. Once UC is activated, follow the steps in the next paragraph.
      • Unified Communication is already activated: You can start telephone conferences via the UC Web Client. To login, enter Your-WWU-ID@wwu.de and your WWU password. Further information can be found in our step-by-step manual or in our Quick Guide: UC Telco [de]. (Note: To dial directly into a conference call by phone, dial the number: 0251 83 20500, then enter the PIN number given to you by the organizer of the conference call. As the organizer you will find the number under "Call details").
    • Sopho/Philips Telephone: Please contact our hotline -31111 to obtain a PIN for our Telco system.

  • Video Conferences

    Usage Scenario: meetings/seminars with a manageable group size and high interaction of all participants; exchange of visual information via video or shared screen

    • DFNconf: Using the DFNconf portal, employees of Münster University can create a video conference (incl. presentation channel for PDF, desktop sharing), in which telephone participants and video conference systems can also join. Follow our step-by-step instructions or download our Quick Guide: Video Conferencing with DFNconf [de] to get all important information about the basic functions of DFNconf.
    • Jitsi Meet: As an alternative to DFNconf, you can set up video conferences with Jitsi Meet (conf.wwu.de). Please note, however, that this tool is currently in the test phase at WWU IT. Follow our step-by-step instructions or download our Quick Guide: Video Conferencing with Jitsi [de] to get all important information about the basic functions of Jitsi Meet. (Note: You have the possibility to test the video conference tool Jitsi with us. A member of our staff will be available to answer your questions about video conferencing with Jitsi. More information)

  • Streaming (Teaching)

    Usage Scenario: presentation of content to a larger audience with only sporadic feedback

    • Services offered by ZHLdigital: ZHLdigital has put together various options for digitizing lectures on its website for distance learning. A good alternative to live streaming, which is simple and can be done from home, is to add an audio track to your PowerPoint presentation. Students can view the presentation with a time delay.
    • Feedback Channel: You can use our chat service Mattermost as a channel for student feedback.