What is Videoconferencing?
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Thanks for the nomination, Ben!
Videoconferencing Out on a Lim by Janine Lim is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
Based on a work at bcisdvcs.wordpress.com.
Monthly Archives: September 2006
Here’s a great teacher quote from the Planning Interactive Curriculum Connections class I’m teaching right now. This was a comment from Lori Pline, Watervliet North Elementary, one of our buildings participating in the RUS grant. I totally agree that VC … Continue reading
Kid2Kid Videoconference Connections is starting next week. This class is offered only once a year, so consider registering! If you’re interested in free videoconferences, you need to be doing projects or class to class connections, also known as kid2kid connections. … Continue reading
I’m updating the reading assignments for the class Kid2Kid Videoconference Connections that starts on Monday, and I ran across this article. This group presented at the Keystone Conference last year and I blogged their session. This article has wonderful detail … Continue reading
This morning I’m connecting our 3rd videoconference of the year – Open Heart Surgery with COSI Columbus. It’s my first connection. This year was a harbinger of things to come. My first two VCs in the county were coordinated and … Continue reading
As many of you know, I have a session of Planning Interactive Curriculum Connections running right now. In the first week, participants are asked to write about the challenges they see for implementing VC in their building/district/region, and how they … Continue reading
Do any of you know of any published research on the implementation of videoconferencing? Especially for K12 and for enrichment type activities (vs. shared classes)? I’m interested in any research related to videoconferencing. What kind of data is being collected? … Continue reading
Cool! Polycom has some neat online videos for learning how to use your VSX. How to place calls, camera control, conferencing tips and more! Check it out! Nice resource & easy to follow.