Definitions for "Video Conferencing"
Communication across long distances with video and audio contact that may also include graphics and data exchange. Digital video transmission systems typically consist of camera, codec (coder-decoder), network access equipment, network, and audio system
Video Conferencing extends the effectiveness of real-time audio conferencing by adding a synchronized video element, such that participants can not only hear but see one another.
Face to face communication to discuss a need, problem or a plan using a variety of technologies in which people in different locations use video and audio devices to communicate in real-time (synchronous).
Keywords:  vpn
Using telecommunications to see and talk to people at a remote location.
In the context of web-delivered learning, refers to "Talking" head, small size video over IP networks. Generally requires additional hardware for implementation. Generally implemented as an optional feature, due to its significant bandwidth requirements.
Keywords:  classroom, virtual
Virtual Classroom
Real time video to allow multiple users to broadcast and receive sound and vision simultaneously.