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: March 2007
Here’s a review of the Great Lakes Native Peoples program offered by the Cranbrook Institute of Science. This was written by Ren Baldwin, District Technology Coordinator. Thanks, Ren, for sharing this review! Kelly Nimtz’s 4th grade class at Lincoln Elementary … Continue reading
This afternoon Eagle Lake Elementary connected to Mote Marine Laboratory for the Sea Me Read: Smiley Shark program. Before the program started the students enjoyed a flash(?) show of interesting shark and ocean facts. In the beginning, enthusiastic presenter Kasey … Continue reading
I just added a new page to my blog, “My Projects” up along the top menu. This is for those of you trying to find a link to something that I’m involved in, but you can’t remember if it’s on … Continue reading
Interested in a LiteratureQuest? We need three high school American Literature classes to participate in a MysteryQuest-like LiteratureQuest. We’d love to have you participate! One of my local teachers designed this activity last summer in the Jazzing Up Your Curriculum … Continue reading
This morning Marcellus Middle School students are sharing skits and vignettes in response to reading the book, The Giver. They also shared posters and other visual representations that captured the essence of the book and the issues within it. These … Continue reading
Here’s a nice intro article to videoconferencing from AT&T: Learning in the Age of Videoconferencing [PDF]. Filled with great examples, it’s a thoughtful overview of the possibilities of videoconferencing, with references to some of our favorite VC friends too!