What is Videoconferencing?
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Thanks for the nomination, Ben!
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Tag Archives: MACUL10
Cross-blogged with the Official MACUL Conference Blog. This morning I had a nice turn out for my session on Instructional Strategies That Work with Videoconferencing: Global Interactive Collaborations. The main feature of our session was a connection to students in … Continue reading
Cross-blogged with the Official MACUL Conference Blog. Last session of Thursday, and we’re interacting with Roxanne Glaser from Whirlidurb, telling us about the Monster Match videoconference project format. It’s a matching project. Classes make monsters and describe them, send the … Continue reading
Cross-blogged with the Official MACUL Conference Blog. Yesterday Danielle Letter (TWICE Prez-Elect) and I led a SIGTC workshop together. We explored a little collection of different videoconferencing options. The group was especially interested in: DimDim for a free AdobeConnect-like product … Continue reading
Cross-blogged with the Official MACUL Conference Blog. Blogging the first videoconferencing session in the TWICE room. Arnie Comer is presenting; and we are videoconferencing with Eagle Lake Elementary in Edwardsburg, MI and Great Oaks Elementary in the Anchor Bay district. … Continue reading
Cross-blogged with the Official MACUL Conference Blog. Today as I was riding up to the 2010 MACUL Conference, I was thinking how lucky we are in Michigan to have consistent support for the TWICE videoconferencing sessions at our ed tech … Continue reading