In Dutch - a language with many compound words - it is common to leave out the common last part of compound words in an enumeration, and write a hyphen instead. In English it would look like this:
She uses tele- and videoconferencing extensively.
However, I can't recall having ever seen something like this in English, most likely because English doesn't have as many compound words.
Does this practice also exist in English? If yes, is it allowed in formal writing? Or if no, how would you write such a sentence without sounding overly verbose?