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Go the extra mile without leaving JTS. With videoconferencing over Internet protocol (IP), there are exciting new features you can use to keep your audience engaged. Instead of emailing a slideshow presentation, you can connect a laptop and have viewers see your presentation live. Find out more.
Watch your next video presentation on one of our 32", 37", 40", or 50" HD display monitors. Using these monitors to view DVDs, VHS tapes, or photo slideshows, or to connect directly to a laptop, will change your visual experience. Request one for your next meeting, event, or class.
JTS is testing services to conduct interactive meetings on the web. The trial is open to a select group of users. We will update you when this service becomes readily available to all faculty and staff members.
We created a retrospective video compilation on The Eternal Light, a radio series that started at JTS sixty-five years ago. These videos, along with other content, are available to view on our Eternal Light retrospective website.
Dr. Benjamin Gampel, associate professor of Jewish History, recently completed a video podcast lecture series titled 120 Minutes of Medieval Jewish History. We produced and edited the videos, and they are available to view on the JTS podcast page.
Are you feeling whimsical? View our first original Flash video on the JTS website promoting our videoconference services. Feel free to submit your feedback and ask Stephanie about the making of the video.