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Introduction to Videoconferencing technology for meetings as well as for the classroom. See demos and samples of how videoconferencing and related software are being applied. Find out how you could be …

Introduction to Videoconferencing technology for meetings as well as for the classroom. See demos and samples of how videoconferencing and related software are being applied. Find out how you could be using this system.

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  • 1. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Jordan Epp and Jeanette McKee CCDE Instructional Designers 22/05/09 University of Saskatchewan © 2009
  • 2. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Objectives • Briefly introduce conferencing technology for Administration & Professional Development, Course Enhancement, and Distance Education • Explore procedures and best practices • See examples of how videoconferencing (VC) can be used • Determine interest in pilot projects using these or other tools
  • 3. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Information from VcAlberta.ca  Athabasca University  University of Lethbridge  Galileo Educational Network Association (GENA)
  • 4. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Three Categories of Use Administrative & Professional Development • Meetings • Conferencing • Collaborations Course Enhancement • Guest lecturers • Experiential learning opportunities • Collaboration with peers Distance Education • Geographic spanning • Draw students and teachers
  • 5. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Administration & Professional Development • Reduced travel expense • Effective use of time • Increased opportunity to attend sessions • Cost effective consultations • Increased opportunity for collaboration
  • 6. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Course Enhancement • Enhanced learner motivation • Increased collaboration among schools and communities • Increased access to outside expertise • Development and support of learning communities at all levels
  • 7. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Distance Education • Limited environment as stand alone • Coupled with asynchronous tools:  computer conferencing  group workspaces/wikis  email  threaded discussions  social networking tools  websites, blogs, personalized learning objects • Creates community of learning • Enhances motivation
  • 8. Conferencing: Videoconferencing Frank Harrington Project Manager Educational Media Access & Production (EMAP)