The Changing Nature of Meetings: Hybrid Teleconferencing in Higher Education
We have observed that higher education faculty and administrators are often at different locations so that face-to-face meetings, until recently considered the norm, are becoming less common and more challenging. In the interests of cost-effectiveness and convenience, face-to-face meetings often include one or more telephone or video participants.
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