What is Videoconferencing?
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Thanks for the nomination, Ben!
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Lit Review: This is a post in a series focusing on the research studies on videoconferencing. Arnold, T., Cayley, S., & Griffith, M. (2004). Videoconferencing in the classroom: Communications technology across the curriculum. In T. Arnold (Eds.). Available from http://www.global-leap.com/casestudies/book2/index.htm … Continue reading
Lit Review: This is a post in a series focusing on the research studies on videoconferencing. Badenhorst, Z., & Axmann, M. (2002). The educational use of videoconferencing in the arts faculty: Shedding a new light on puppetry. British Journal of … Continue reading
In an “open letter to our government leaders,” Wainhouse Research recommends that the United States aim to be a “collaboration nation.” The impact of turning the United States (or any other country) into an e-nation with an extensive telecommuting program … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting article published in Feb/March. Did you read it? A Healthy Education Videoconferencing allows a Florida boy with an immune system deficiency to attend school for the first time. Kevin O’Connell is a typical third grader at Spring … Continue reading
I like to see what search terms people type in that get to my blog. Often I learn about new resources and tools that way. For example, someone found my blog with the search “k12 videoconference learning theory” so I … Continue reading
Lit Review: World’s youth connect through Global Nomads Group: An interview with GNG’s David Macquart
Lit Review: This is a post in a series focusing on the research studies on videoconferencing. Morrison, J., & Macquart, D. (2006). World’s youth connect through Global Nomads Group: An interview with GNG’s David Macquart. Innovate, 2(4). Author: Morrison, J … Continue reading
Lit Review: This is a post in a series focusing on the research studies on videoconferencing. WMHO. (2002). Videoconferencing exposes students to new worlds. T.H.E. (Technological Horizons in Education) Journal, 29(8). Author: Ward Melville Heritage Organization (or THE Journal staff? … Continue reading