Event Title

Desktop IVC, HD IVC, Telepresence enabled by Research and Education Networks: Implications for Teaching

Location

Room 207 Jefferson Alumni Hall

Start Date

10-29-2010 2:15 PM

End Date

10-29-2010 3:15 PM

Description

Desktop videoconferencing, high definition classroom videoconferencing and telepresence enabled by research and education networks are changing how teaching and learning occurs on the college campus. Join us for this session that examines the affordances and limitations of each interactive video technology, how REN infrastructure supports the use of such technologies, and how faculty from MAGPI member institutions are utilizing these technologies to enhance student learning, their own teaching practices and how they conduct research.

Palmer-NE E-Learning.pdf (5731 kB)
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Grosser PowerPoint presentation

 
Oct 29th, 2:15 PM Oct 29th, 3:15 PM

Desktop IVC, HD IVC, Telepresence enabled by Research and Education Networks: Implications for Teaching

Room 207 Jefferson Alumni Hall

Desktop videoconferencing, high definition classroom videoconferencing and telepresence enabled by research and education networks are changing how teaching and learning occurs on the college campus. Join us for this session that examines the affordances and limitations of each interactive video technology, how REN infrastructure supports the use of such technologies, and how faculty from MAGPI member institutions are utilizing these technologies to enhance student learning, their own teaching practices and how they conduct research.