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The main objective of the TEMPUS project “ViCES – Video Conferencing Educational Services” is to establish a video-conferencing service and organize the technical support of distance learning.

Also, the project’s aim is to establish education and organization methodology adapted for using the video-conferencing subsystem for educational purposes in a multi-lingual distance learning surrounding. By this, the communication between peoples and cultures is being enhanced, which contributes to the agility of universities’ staff and students. This will secure principal conditions for the development of distance learning based on video-conferencing services, which leads to enhancing the inter-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary teaching services on the national and international level.

RCUB was engaged in the following tasks:

• Development of technical solutions and initial testing video-conference services and subsystems for educational purposes
• Considering the possibilities for the development of similar services at the national level in Serbia,
• Expansion of cooperation with other participants in the project (most participants were universities in Macedonia in the Macedonian Academic Network - MARNET)
• Raising awareness of the importance of the usage of video-conference services in educational purposes,
• Participation in thematic conferences and workshops.

One of the project outputs was the obtaining of video-conferencing equipment, which consists of a terminal device, two cameras and HD projector.
In addition to video-conference service which provides an interactive audio-video communication for more participants, RCUB in cooperation with other AMRES service centres had realized video transmission service over the network (video streaming), and archived captured content for later viewing on demand (video on demand). Together with the eLearning portal on the MOODLE platform (, these technologies and services presents the very core of eLearning environment at the University of Belgrade and AMRES.

Project Period: 2009. - 2011.

More information about the project can be found here.