Digital meetings and lectures
About digital meetings and lectures at KTH
At KTH, Zoom is the standard solution that is used for digital meetings and lectures. Both employees and students can use Zoom. TThere are also meeting rooms and lecture halls with pre-installed video conferencing systems available for use.
Benefits of digital meetings
By meeting digitally instead of, for example, traveling far to have a meeting, you contribute to sustainable development through, among other things:
- Reduced environmental impact through reduced carbon dioxide emissions.
- Financial savings and social benefits including time savings and flexibility.
- Contribution to KTH's sustainability goals.
This is what you need
To participate in a digital meeting, you only need access to a computer with a browser and an Internet connection. For the best possible experience, we recommend using a headset and a webcam. It is also possible to use other mobile devices, such as a mobile phone or tablet.
Tips for digital meetings
What can I do to make my digital meeting a success? Read our tips to succeed extra well!
If you want to conduct a digital meeting for educational purposes and as part of your course plan, the Zoom service is recommended.
Zoom can be used for teaching and meetings with several participants (max. 300 people), as well as for seminars and tutorials.
Read more about Zoom .
At KTH, there is access to meeting rooms and lecture halls that are equipped with HD video conference systems.
Slack is primarily a service for employees at KTH and is primarily an application for Chat, but there is also the option of having a quick video meeting in the program.
Read more about KTH Slack .
Microsoft Teams is available for employees/students at KTH that need to collaborate with people, companies, universities or projects outside KTH or if you have been invited to a Teams meeting.
Teams is not available if you are only to cooperate within KTH.
Read more about Microsoft Teams .