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it gives a clear and simple idea about video conferencing and ita advantages and disadvantages of it, the types and uses of it in educational fields

it gives a clear and simple idea about video conferencing and ita advantages and disadvantages of it, the types and uses of it in educational fields

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    • Tech3008 Section 20 Presented by: Bushra AL-Nofli “ 62006 “ Fatma AL-batlusi 61861 Badriya AL-Masroori 61367
    • What is videoconferencing?
      • V ideoconference is a set of interactive telecommunication technologies which allow two or more locations to interact via two-way video and audio transmissions .It has been called video audio conferencing, video chat.
      • Video Input ( video camera )
      • Video Output (digital TV )
      • Audio Input (microphone. )
      • Audio Output ( speakers )
      • Data Transfer (Digital technologies )
      • A live video and audio communication link between any two locations.
      • Application
      • Where the need is to communicate between two points only at any one time
      • Two offices of the same company
      • Yourself and a business partner company, e.g. Yourselves and a major supplier
      • Senior management/ teams from two divisions – e.g. research and manufacture.
      • Live video and audio links between a three or more locations
    •  
      • Enables individual to participate in learning experiences from any location worldwide.
      • Enables students to take virtual field trips to remote locations or engaging in an interactive lesson
      • As video conferencing technology improves, this can become a far cheaper
      • enabling school districts to offer specialized subjects by having one teacher teach a class to students at a number of schools (e.g. in foreign language
      • Time savings
      • One of the more peripheral advantages is the fact that employees will be able to receive direct training in research, presentation skills as well as public speaking..
      • disadvantage was the lack of personal interaction during the videoconference
      • Difficult to see and hear people who are not close to the microphone/camera, Thus difficult to have multiple people at one site, sharing a computer to
      • communicate with users at other sites
      • Some people are naturally ‘camera shy’ and do not like being filmed; a person who is confident with phone conferencing may be nervous in front of a camera .
      •   New technologies such as videoconferencing bring new ways for teachers to work with students.
        • Collaborations
        • Sharing or informal chats
        • Reporting news
        • Planning
        • Training
        • Team Learning and Teaching
      • videoconference etiquette and clothing.
      • Be on time
      • Voice: must be clear and slow enough to be understood.
      • Noise: regular classroom noise must be kept at a minimum
      • Avoid bold colors, especially red and black
      • Avoid jewelry that may brush against microphones or tabletops and cause feedback.
      • maintain eye contact by looking into the camera
    •