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  • 1. Video Conferencing and Streaming for Distance Learning
  • 2.
    • Welcome!
    • Video Conferencing and Video Streaming
    • What are the applications?
    • What are some of the benefits, impact on learning?
    • What equipment will I typically need?
    • What will it cost me?
    • Bonus: other considerations…
    Presentation Background
  • 3.
    • Applications deployed by schools around the US
    • All focused on use of video in the classroom
    • Video conferencing and streaming
    • K-8, HS, Higher Education examples
    • This is a “best practices” presentation
    • Solutions are eligible for federal funding (E-Rate)
    Presentation Background
  • 4. Video Conferencing
    • What is Video Conferencing?
      • Two-way video communication
      • A way to bridge distance
      • A way to be in multiple places at once
      • A way to bring students to new adventures
      • A way to interact with your students and peers
      • A way to reduce travel
      • A way to promote going green
      • A way to reduce costs
      • Let’s look at some applications…..
  • 5. Traditional Teaching
  • 6. Traditional Teaching
    • Teacher for each physical location
    • Teachers teach same students each day
    • Students interact with same classmates each day
    • Guest speakers must physically travel to location
    • Class creativity limited to in-house supplies
    • Teacher expertise limited to a single location
  • 7. Remote Teaching with Video Conferencing
  • 8.
    • Increases reach of expert teachers
    • Connects geographically distant classrooms
    • Reduces or eliminates unnecessary travel
    • Guest speakers from anywhere in the world
    • Change in routine – variety!
    • Saves $$
    • Reference: Arkansas DOE, Mike Lar
    Benefits
  • 9. Field Trips
  • 10. Traditional Field Trips
    • Schools rely on physical transportation to move students to areas of interest
    • A great deal of advance planning is required; chaperones, permission slips, liability insurance
    • Costs are expensive for transportation thus limiting location choices
    • Not very “Go Green” friendly
  • 11. Virtual Field Trips
  • 12. Benefits
    • Distance is no longer a factor
    • Broaden cultural exposure
      • Visit new places of interest
        • Museums, parks, theaters, aquariums
    • Reduction in travel costs
    • A greater number of events can be planned
    • Reduction in liability
    • Reference: Becky Brownfield and IDSolutions
  • 13.
    • Camera
    • Microphone
    • Codec
    • IR Remote, control
    • MCU, Gatekeeper
    • Monitor
    • High Definition system? You bet!
    Equipment
  • 14.
    • Entry level - $7,500 to $10,000
    • Mid level - $10,000 to $25,000
    • High level - $25,000 to $50,000
    • Custom - $50,000 to ????
    Costs
  • 15.
    • Data sharing (ie: your laptop or PC)
    • Multipoint conferences
    • Camera – tracking, single or dual system
    • Wireless or fixed microphone(s)
    • Projector or monitor
    • Fixed or portable (cart) system
    • Ceiling or monitor based speakers
    Other Considerations?
  • 16.
    • Cisco/Tandberg
    • Logitech/Lifesize
    • Polycom
    • Radvision
    • Vidyo
    Manufacturers
  • 17. Video Streaming
    • What is Video Streaming?
      • One-way video communication
      • A way to bridge distance
      • A way to be in multiple places at once
      • A way to bring students to new adventures
      • A way to broadcast messages to your students and peers
      • A way to reduce travel
      • A way to promote going green
      • A way to reduce costs
      • Let’s look at some applications…..
  • 18. Morning News and Current Events
  • 19. Today’s News and Current Events
    • Teachers discuss current news events
    • News based on network TV or Internet
    • Some use TVs in the classroom for live events
    • Students engagement …questionable
  • 20. Student Newscasts (Webcasts)
    • Students take turns delivering the news to their fellow students via a webcast
    • Better engagement through participation
    • Newscast delivered throughout school to classrooms and other schools
    • Teachers can expand on certain news topics and students are more likely to engage in conversations
    • Reference: Ridgefield Schools, Josh Smith
  • 21. School Announcements
  • 22. Traditional School Announcements
    • Teachers waste time rounding up all the students
    • Everyone waits in auditorium for announcement
    • Principal delivers announcement
    • Time wasted getting everyone back to classroom
  • 23. School Announcements (Webcasts)
    • Principal can deliver the announcement from their office through live webcast
    • Students and teachers watch the announcement from the classroom using a PC and projector
    • No time wasted on moving students around
    • Frequency of announcements increase
    • Communication accuracy improves
    • Reference: Glastonbury Schools, Bryan Czapla
  • 24. Cable TV Distribution
  • 25. Traditional TV in the Classroom
    • TV in the classroom connected to a separate coax network
    • Separate coax infrastructure to purchase and maintain
    • Recording required a VCR (and usually help)
    • Web access, PC applications and TV access over separate networks
  • 26. TV over IP in the Classroom
    • A PC connected to a projector provides the TV
    • Teachers can use computer to seamlessly integrate live cable TV events into their classroom curriculum
    • TV channels can be recorded with a single mouse click (ie: Tivo)
    • Teachers can re-use recorded segments of the TV programs at a later time on-demand to help develop their own custom curriculum
    • Reference: Ridgefield Schools, Josh Smith
  • 27. Classroom Capture, Delivery Playback
  • 28. Classroom Capture, Delivery Playback
    • Audio, Video and Media can be captured
    • The captured material can be posted to an on-demand server for future playback
    • Students can view the material on-demand
    • Great for repetition and retention
    • Study tool before a test
    • Tool for students who do not like to raise their hands in class or need additional review time
    • Reference: Arkansas DOE, Mike Lar
  • 29. VCR Tapes, Video On Demand
  • 30. VCR Tape Service  Video On Demand
    • Teachers can access assets directly from PC
    • Assets can be previously created or purchased
    • Access from the video-on-demand server
    • Assets shown on classroom TV or digital projector
    • Reference: Glendale Community College, Scott Kozakiewicz
  • 31. Streaming – Webcasting
  • 32.
    • Logistics lead to restrictions on who can attend special events (graduations, sports, etc.)
    • Weather can impact outdoor events
    • Events can be webcast live to overflow rooms and via Internet to those who could not attend
    • Events can also be recorded and stored
    • Events can be turned into DVDs for parents or past alumni for use in fund raising efforts
    • Reference: Ridgefield Schools, Josh Smith and Meade County Schools, Jerry Pile
    Streaming – Webcasting
  • 33.
    • Encoder
    • Camera/Microphone
    • Decoders/Set-top Boxes
    • Video-On-Demand Server
    • Management and Control Portal
    • Classroom PC’s and Projector
    Equipment?
  • 34.
    • Entry level - $5,000
    • Mid level - $10,000 to $25,000
    • High level - $25,000 to $50,000
    • Custom - $50,000 and up
    Costs?
  • 35.
    • Platform – MAC or PC
    • Media Formats
    • Recording
    • Playback (video on demand)
    • User Access (Permissions)
    • Reporting
    • Metadata Assignment
    Other Considerations?
  • 36.
    • VBrick
    • Accordent
    • Video Furnace/Haivision
    • VSI/Infovalue
    • Viewcast
    Manufacturers?
  • 37.
    • Teachers
      • Record classroom sessions for absent/remote students
      • Improve the accuracy of communication; repetition and retention
      • Access on-demand content anytime from your PC to a projector
      • Host a virtual field trip to museums, parks, remote locations
      • Increase reach by live streaming to other schools, classrooms
      • Develop assignments that connect to video assets
    • Media Specialists
      • Convert assets to digital format and deliver on-demand
      • Reduce administration for VCR tape checkout
      • Improve response times for asset availability
      • Ensure compliance with Teach and Copyright Acts
    Streaming Video: Helping Faculty
  • 38.
    • Pat Cassella
    • VP of Marketing and East Coast Sales
    • [email_address]
    • 203-479-3506 Office
    • 203-980-6928 Cell
    ID Solutions + Contact Information
    • National Video Solution Integrator
    • We integrate video solutions for Distance Learning
    • Multiple Video Conferencing and Streaming Partners