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    • Done by:Muna Alshuaili. Alshuaili.Narjis Alhinai. Alhinai.
    • support learning and teaching and facilitateinteraction and collaboration in education. Overcoming the limitations of distance.
    • Improve and enhance student learning andengagement. Improving communication betweeninstructors and students.
    • Interactive learning environment.Allow students to learn at their own pace,enables personalized responses andreinforcement.
    • Allow teachers and students to shareresources on their computers or to accessinformation located in other computers ornetworks.
    • You should have a technical person on yourstaff that will be able to help when thesedifficulties arise.need to understand how to set up an onlinemeeting effectively and how to communicate inthis environment.
    • Program of Illuminate Live
    • The software assisted in creating authentic(real world) assessment activity that involvedstudents interacting with peers and sharingacademic ideas in a virtual conferenceenvironment.
    • Ruth Colvin Clark (2005), suggested:The instructors may set up the initial classroom meeting in a face-to-face environment in which they introduce students to the Web conferencing software, and then conduct a Web conference soon thereafter for one of the online sessions. For online classes, they may decide to conduct monthly online meetings to keep students connected to each other and remind them of upcoming assignments or simply to answer questions. Students may want to set up virtual meeting rooms for small group assignments, brainstorming, or just talking.Findings . Benefits
    • Clark (2005) suggests some other strategies that can enhance Web conferencing sessions. In general, online sessions should be limited to about 60 to 90 minutes in length, as multiple virtual class sessions are better than one long one. Between sessions, students could work on projects that they post for review by other class members and the instructor.
    • Web conferencing is an online instructional tool that is becoming widely used in many teacher preparation programs in special education. It can provide the primary delivery format in an online course, be used in distance education along with videoconferencing and other technologies and serve as a supplement to conventional on-campus instruction. .
    • Web Conferencing is offering a range of options for interactions outside of class time, web conferencing can encourage students to develop a higher degree of ownership, enabling them to direct discourse of the class, to establish ongoing relationships with instructors and beers, to make informative decisions together, and to take greater responsibility for the learning process.
    • 1. http://innovateonline.info/pdf/vol1_issue1/Rethinking_Space_an d_Time- __The_Role_of_Internet_Technology_in_a_Large_Lecture_Course.p df2. http://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/EJ829138.pdf3. http://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/ED427691.pdf4. An Evaluation of Web Conferencing in Online Teacher Preparation, by:Dennis R. Knapczyk, PhD, Timothy J. Frey, & Wendy Wall- Marencik.