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  • Audiographic Conferences Asma Al-Bulushi (ID# 68699) Asma Al-Moqbali (ID# 63376)
  • Outline
    • Definition
    • Why Using Audiographics in Distance Education?
    • Advantages
    • Limitations
    • Considerations
    • Examples of Audiographic Conferences
  • Definition
    • Audiographic conference is a combination of two separate delivery systems - audio conferencing and a personal computer that offers students the ability to view relevant instructional material on screen.
  • Why Using Audiographic conferences in Distance Education??
    • Promotes interaction
    • Accessible
    • Transferable, even with low internet connection systems
    • Enables communities
  • Advantages
    • Visual
    • Not highly Costing
    • Help to enhance a student's retention capability
    • It is simple to set up and to use.
    • Provides a useful delivery medium
    • A high level of interactivity
    • Socialization .
  • Limitations
    • Lack of Body Language.
    • Complexity.
    • Limited Capabilities of Graphics.
    • Distracters.
  • Considerations:
    • The use of audiographics within education must
    • be carefully designed and planned.
    • Reliable facilities (computers, adequate software
    • and connections) are essential.
    • Audiographics is to support interaction based
    • learning not for lecturing.
  • Considerations:
    • Data Transmission.
    • Integration of Voice and Visual Elements.
    • Connectability.
    • Scheduling.
    • Advance Preparation.
    • Appropriateness.
    • Quality of Equipment.
  • Examples:
  • Example:
    • Elluminate Live:
    • http://www.elluminate.com/demo/recorded_demos_list.jsp
  • References:
    • Knapcazk, D. R. (1993). Use of Distance Education and Audiographic Technology in Preparing Practicing Teachers in Rural Communities. Retrieved from the World Wide Web: http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/custom/portlets/recordDetails/detailmini.jsp?_nfpb=true&_&ERICExtSearch_SearchValue_0=EJ473338&ERICExtSearch_SearchType_0=no&accno=EJ473338 (accessed: 29/10/2008).
    • Burge, E.J. & Roberts, J.M. ( 1998 ). Audio and Audiographic Learning: Why Are They the Cornerstone of the Information Highway?. Classrooms with a Difference. Retrieved from the World Wide Web: http://www1.worldbank.org/disted/Technology/interaction/audiograph01.html (accessed: 5/11/2008)
    • Rehn, G. & Towers, S. (1994). Audiographic teleconferencing: The Cinderella of interactive multimedia . Retrieved from the World Wide Web: http://www.ascilite.org.au/aset-archives/confs/iims/1994/qz/rehn2.html (accessed: 9/11/2008)