ACENET operates ten Collaboration Rooms at most member institutions. These rooms are equipped with modern videoconferencing tools and are available to our research community. This easy access to high quality videoconferencing makes training, seminars, research group meetings, thesis presentations, and meetings of any type widely available to our researchers and helps eliminate the need for travel.
|Acadia University||Huggins Science Hall, Room 154||Patti Davis|
|Cape Breton University||Technology Center T35||Maire Neville|
|Dalhousie University||Dept. of Math & Stats, Chase Building Room 305||Mathematics Department|
|Memorial University||Bruneau Centre, IIC-1034||Peggy Walsh|
|Mount Allison University||Bennet G02||Darren Spidell|
|Saint Mary’s University||Science Building Rm 127||Florence Woolaver|
|St. Francis Xavier University||42 West Street Room 203||Greg Lukeman|
|University of New Brunswick||Gillin Hall GE 131||Lu Yang|
|University of New Brunswick Saint John||IH 215||Booking instructions for UNBSJ|
|University of Prince Edward Island||Duffy Science Center, Room 202||Chris Vessey|
ACENET can also help facilitate communication in your research groups and projects with access to desktop and mobile videoconferencing software.
For more information on our videoconferencing tools, please see our Technical Wiki.