Digital meetings and lectures
Employees at KTH have access to meeting rooms and lecture halls with videoconferencing systems. Both employees and students are able to use Zoom for web meetings.
All you need to attend a meeting is a web browser and internet connection. For as good an experience as possible, we recommend using a headset. KTH offers two different web meeting solutions to its employees.
Select a solution for digital meetings
Tips for digital meetings
What can I do to ensure a successful webinar? Here are a few recommendations and tips for conducting webinars.
Meeting or holding a seminar over the web can be practical and also have educational benefits. The service is recommended if you want to conduct a webinar or web meeting for an educational purpose and as part of your course structure.
Employees at KTH have access to meeting rooms and lecture halls with videoconferencing systems.
Skype for Business
Skype for Business, previously known as Lync, is a web meeting tool that also supports chat. Microsoft has chosen to discontinue Skype for Business as a cloud service on July 31, 2021 and only deliver it as a local solution to businesses.
Discontinuation of the Skype for Business service
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.