Data conferencing

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Data conferencing refers to a communication session among two or more participants sharing computer data in real time.[1] Interaction and presentation devices such as a screen, keyboard, mouse, camera, etc. can be shared or be able to control each other computer. It is used to distinguish from video conferencing[2] and audio conferencing.

The data can include screen, documents, graphics, drawings and applications that can be seen, annotated or manipulated by participants.

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  1. ^ "Data Conferencing".
  2. ^ Bailey, Daniel R.; Almusharraf, Norah; Almusharraf, Asma (July 2022). "video Conferencing in the e-learning context". Education and Information Technologies. 27 (6): 7679–7698. doi:10.1007/s10639-022-10949-1. PMC 8860133. PMID 35221771.