Magazine article Technology & Learning

Getting Connected: Explore Videoconferencing for Your Classroom

Magazine article Technology & Learning

Getting Connected: Explore Videoconferencing for Your Classroom

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Interactive videoconferencing (IVC) combines live two-way audio with full-motion video to provide exciting opportunities for K-12 content delivery. To learn more about what IVC can do for teaching and learning, visit the following Web sites.

Easy Videoconferencing In Schools (http://members.ozemail.com.au/~leemshs/vidconf.htm): This quick-start advice for successful interactive videoconferencing comes from an educator who has worked with inexpensive IVC cameras, headsets, and free software to chat across platforms.

Digital Bridges: Video Conferencing for Teaching and Learning (www.netc.org/digitalbridges/vc): Here you'll find a teacher's guide to planning, producing, managing, and assessing a distance learning class, plus other helpful materials to enhance instruction through videoconferencing. Check out videoconferencing practices in Alaska and Oklahoma, and be sure to explore the curriculum planner before you leave.

Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (www.cilc.org): Read about successful videoconferencing initiatives, discover funding opportunities, and search the CILC database to locate videoconferencing events for classroom instruction.

Chapter 2: Adding Value to Classroom with IVC; Chapter 5: Content Design and Delivery (www. …

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