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con·fer·enc·ing

 (kŏn′fər-ən-sĭng, -frən-sĭng)
n.
1. The holding of or participation in a conference, often through computer or telecommunications technology.
2. In restorative justice, the use of conferences between criminal offenders and their victims or affected members of the community as a form of reparation.
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conferencing

(ˈkɒnfərənsɪŋ)
n
(Telecommunications) telecomm
a. communication between three or more speakers at different locations
b. (as modifier): conferencing facilities.
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Translations

conferencing

[ˈkɒnfərənsɪŋ]
A. N (Comput) → conferencia f
see also video
B. CPD conferencing system Nsistema m de conferencias
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conferencing

n (Telec) → Konferenzschaltungen pl
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UNTIL RECENTLY, THE WORDS "WEB CONFERencing" conjured up the image of small-framed and jerky video that was akin to bad cartoon animation.
During the past few years, a number of companies have improved web conferencing software, making it more of a viable option for online learning and other applications.
Through the 1990s, the process known as "conferencing" moved beyond child welfare and youth justice, to applications in schools, neighbourhoods, and workplaces.
Key words: Conferencing, conflict management, restorative & transformative justice, deliberative democracy
A video conferencing camera and microphone were perched atop the monitor.
28-30: International conference: On conferencing, circles and other restorative practices; Veldhoven, Netherlands; www.restorativepractices.org
These interactive, pay-to-attend seminars provide timely information right to the desktop via audio conferencing or audio-plus-web conferencing."
Whether the cause is the Internet as a medium or the insatiable appetite it has saddled us with, target audiences are ready to listen, record and take notes when they use a computer or telephone conferencing hookup to receive information.
But the other vendors also offer multipoint and point-to-point conferencing, allowing multiple sites to be linked using dedicated, switched or satellite dial-up digital networks.
We apply Braithwaite's model of responsive regulation to the restorative practice of family group conferencing in child welfare.
Can family group conferencing be leveraged to promote the democratic ideals of voice, freedom, justice, fairness, equality, and respect, and provide the citizenry with the opportunity to build a more just and civil society?
8-10: International Conference: Conferencing and circles; Real Justice; Minneapolis; 610-807-9221

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