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The Law School has seven rooms setup with analog telephone jacks that are needed for the Polycom telephone conferencing equipment that we use.
These rooms are as follows:
- Room 165
- Room 190, 303-871-6355
- Room 313, 303-871-6736
- Room 412, 303-871-6554
- Room 413, 303-871-6546
- Room 437, 303-871-6925
- Room 450, 303-871-6167
To reserve one of the rooms listed above for a telephone conference please contact Mike Latimer at 303-871-6127 or firstname.lastname@example.org
You will then need to contact Media Services to have them setup the equipment for you in the room. Please supply the room number date(s) and time(s) that you have reserved.
I will supply instructions for using the Polycom telephone conference equipment when we set it up for your conference call.
How many people are going to be in the conference call?
If you only have one person for the telephone conference you will need to call them using the Polycom equipment to set up the conference call. If it is a long distance call then you will need to supply your DU Telephone Services Long Distance Code. Always remember that you need to dial 9 to get an outside line.
If on the other hand you have more that one person involved in the conference call then you will need to use a teleconferencing service.
The University of Denver has a Telephone Conferencing Service that you can use.
Please contact Mark Rinnert at UTS Telephone Services to setup a conference call number.
You can reach him at: 303-871-4334 or you can visit their website at: http://www.du.edu/uts/telephone/