Video conferencing

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Web conferencing
Video teleconferencing
NARROWER TERMS
Report

Court appearances via video link for young people in detention in Queensland

This research identifies strategies to improve current video-link processes and changes to protocols needed to minimise the risk of adverse outcomes for the children appearing via this technology.
Report

Benchmarking the use of audiovisual link technologies in Australian criminal courts before the pandemic

This report is the second published by the AIC arising from its national video courts research program and documents the development and implementation of AVL (audiovisual link) technologies in the criminal courts in Australia, before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in late 2019.
Report

Audiovisual link technologies in Australian criminal courts: practical and legal considerations

This report assesses the practical and legal considerations that need to be taken into account when adopting audio-visual link (AVL) technologies in the criminal courts, and concludes by identifying best practice initiatives for the adoption of AVL technologies in Australia.
Report

The use of telepractice in the family and relationship services sector

The use of telepractice as a service delivery method has increased in Australia since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. This paper reviews the evidence for telepractice as a service delivery method in the family and relationship services sector.
Report

Video conferencing technology and risk

The response to COVID-19 created a major new market for video conferencing technologies (VCT), but this led to concerns over privacy and cybersecurity. This white paper evaluates the cyber risks of the use of VCT.
Report

Mobile nation 2019: the 5G future

This report examines the impact of mobile technologies on productivity in the Australian economy and the importance of mobile technologies in enabling workforce participation and productivity.
Journal article

Video links from prison: permeability and the carceral world

As audio visual communication technologies are installed in prisons, these spaces of incarceration are networked with courtrooms and other non‐contiguous spaces, potentiallyfacilitating a process of permeability. Jurisdictions around the world are embracing video conferencing and the technology is becoming a major interface for prisoners’ interactionswith...