VIDEO CONFERENCING SYSTEMS: TELEPRESENCE AND SELECTION INTERVIEWS

@inproceedings{McCulloch1999VIDEOCS,
  title={VIDEO CONFERENCING SYSTEMS: TELEPRESENCE AND SELECTION INTERVIEWS},
  author={Madeleine S. McCulloch and David J. Oborne},
  year={1999}
}
Increasingly, desktop video conferencing (DVC) is being used for remote selection interviews. To date there has been little research in this area. The present paper reports a study of the effect of visual degradation on participants’ perceptions of job ‘applicants’ and feeling of telepresence. Participants viewed videos of eight role-played job ‘applicants’ under eight conditions. Conditions varied by bandwidth (maximum amount of information that can be passed per second) and resolution/Fps… CONTINUE READING