Zoom is an audio/videoconferencing service provided by the Office of Information Technology at no charge to BCM faculty, staff and students. Using your BCM username and password, you can host a meeting for up to 100 participants, even non-Baylor users, using just about any device you prefer. Anyone can join your event via a web browser, an iPhone/iPad app and a meeting room video conferencing system. You can host and join meetings anywhere and anytime as long as you have Internet access.
Getting Started with Zoom
Advanced Audio/Video Conferencing Services
Advanced video conferencing typically takes place in specially equipped rooms, such as conference rooms and auditoria. The rooms available at Baylor are located in the main campus, Cullen Auditorium, Alkek N315, DeBakey M112, M100 (the Board Room), McMillian Auditorium, and Kleberg Auditorium. The Alford Educational Center is similarly equipped at the Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center campus.
Note: Check room availability in advance with the groups which govern access to the Cullen, Alkek, DeBakey, and Alford Educational Center rooms.
To enable faculty and staff to conduct video conferences elsewhere at the Main Baylor campus, AV Services provides portable equipment. All you need is a room with a Baylor network ("internet") connection and sufficient space for conference participants.
Traditional AV Services
AV Services provides technical support for Baylor classrooms and events on campus. A variety of audiovisual (AV) equipment can be rented for BCM events and meetings. You can learn more about other AV services such as projectionist, lecture capture or equipment rentals at BCM's traditional AV services web page.
Note: BEFORE placing a request for AV services, FIRST confirm room availability.