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Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
Sigrun Gunnarsdottir Sverd 2009
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  • 1. 11.10.2009 Distance learning at Stanford Classrooms… The art of online conferencing- a 2002 operator console a cookbook for the digital age The necessary where, when and how a 1969 classroom 7. oktober, 2009 Sigrún Gunnarsdóttir 1 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 2 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande Eye contact in the Video Where are we……. Classroom at ……. Auditorium first mobile phone, 1924 first handheld phone, 1973 first videoconferencing system, 1927 3 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 4 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande Overview Overview  Web conferencing can be a tricky  Step 1: Prepare business. It takes talent to capture and  Choose the best equipment; take control of keep the attention of an invisible the medium audience.  Check your equipment from every  Here are some tips and tricks perspective  Step 2: The conference  Before, during and after 5 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 6 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 1
  • 2. 11.10.2009 Step 1 Introduction Videoconferencing (or Prepare: Choose the best equipment; take web-conferencing) is the control of the medium synchronous two-way connection of two or more locations through audio and video equipment. 7 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 8 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Web conferencing (WEB-based semINAR)  A videoconferencing session via the Internet. In order to interact with other  A workshop or lecture delivered over the participants, attendees use either a Web Web. Webinars may be a one-way application or an application downloaded Webcast, or there may be interaction into their client machines. Web conferencing offers advantages over between the audience and the traditional room-based videoconferencing presenters. because applications such as collaborative Web browsing, file transfer and application sharing are easily supported over the Internet. 9 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 10 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Functions and features of web Webinar/Webcast conferencing  Web Conferencing Terms  Live or Streaming  Slide show video presentations  Webinar - An interactive seminar or  VoIP  Polls and surveys presentation distributed online  Chat  Screen  Webcast - A one-way audio or video sharing/desktop presentation distributed online  Meeting Recording sharing/application  Whiteboard sharing 11 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 12 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 2
  • 3. 11.10.2009 Live or Streaming video Live audio  You need high-resolution  Using a microphone attached to the video that downloads quickly. computer the presenter can broadcast their voice to all  No one wants to watch a attendees of the web conference. Webcast with a video that continually tries to load and  For speaking to the audience, it‟s then freezes or crashes. important to use a headset or handset rather than a speakerphone to avoid background noise. If there is a buzzing or echo, or it sounds like people are in a cave, it will definitely distract your audience. 13 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 14 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Live chat Slide presentations  Online chat can refer to any  Presentation is the practice of kind of communication over showing and explaining the the Internet, but is primarily content of a topic to an meant to refer to direct one- audience or learner. A on-one chat or text-based presentation program, such as group chat (formally also Microsoft PowerPoint, is often known as synchronous used to generate the conferencing). The presentation content. expression online chat comes  Web-conferencing tool often from the word chat which offer to convert your means "informal presentations and offer full conversation” upload. 15 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 16 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Whiteboard Screen Sharing  Virtual whiteboards allow  Screen Sharing one or more people to  Web-based collaboration lets write or draw images on a you share your screen with simulated canvas. This is a attendees for software common feature of many demos, design collaborations, virtual meeting, document creation, and more. collaboration. Today, the term Whiteboard is also used to refer to interactive whiteboards. 17 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 18 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 3
  • 4. 11.10.2009 Polls and surveys Hand raising  Allows the presenter to conduct  Hand Raising and Mood  Resizable Interface questions with multiple choice Indicators  Drag the interface our answers directed to the  By measuring audience application to make it meet audience attitudes during your specific needs. For  Create custom polls, then collect presentations, you can adjust webcasting applications, drag data in real time to get your message to meet the video window and make it responses to a question, get participants‟ needs. larger. For online chats, make feedback concepts and ideas, or the chat area larger. Its up to measure customer attitudes. you! 19 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 20 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Recording and invitation Online conference tools Web conference  Presentation Recording  Automated Meeting  Citrix GoToMeeting 9.5 Read  Convenos 7.5 Read and Archiving Invitations  Netviewer Meet 9.1 Read  spreed.com 7.5 Read  All aspects of your webcast,  Compose and send meeting  WebEx MeetMeNow 9.1 Read  Novia 7.3 Read webinar, and video invites using a single form, Microsoft Office Live Meeting 8.7 Read Vyew 7.1 Read Free of charge conferencing presentations – allowing recipients to join   including audio, video, and meetings by clicking on a link  DigitalMeeting 8.6 Read  TeamViewer 7.0 Read PowerPoint® slides -- are in the email.  DimDim Pro 8.5 Read  Bridgit Conferencing 6.8 Read stored on our servers for  Adobe Connect 8.1 Read  BeamYourScreen 6.6 Read playback any time of the day  IBM Sametime Unyte Meeting 7.9 Read  iVocalize 6.5 Read or night.  Elluminate vRoom 7.8 Read Free of charge  WebHuddle 6.3 Read Free of charge  we:presenter 7.7 Read Source http://www.webconferencing-test.com/en/webconference_overview.html 21 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 22 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Things to be done well before Step 1b.. webconference session Check your equipment from every perspective  Testing: Test, test, and test your connection with the remote party!  Firewalls: Almost all schools have a firewall installed and it is the single most challenging issue to be resolved before you start with a videoconferencing session. Make sure the people at your site know how to deal with firewall issues and know how to bypass them to exchange the audio and video streams between your site and the remote site. 23 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 24 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 4
  • 5. 11.10.2009 Things to be done well before Things to be done well before webconference session webconference session  Check echo  Session materials  Lighting: Make sure you have good lighting in the room and shining on  Plan videotaping and  Prepare your students the faces of the people who will be talking during the session. recording  Engage students  Camera position: Always position your camera to be as close to the display area as possible. If rearrangement of the room is needed to  “Plan B”  Invite guests accomplish this, do it ahead of time.  Telephones  Clothing  Background noise: Eliminate all sources of background noise from the  Display & projection room (e.g. fans, disks, etc).  Agenda   Appoint a session moderator 25 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 26 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Things to do 20-30 min before Tips for agenda video session  Allow 30%-50% of the total session for  Start connection  Check echo lecturing (around 20 – 30 minutes for 1  Check image color  "Self view" window hour lectures).  Monitor other  Are your students  Use the rest of the time for communication coming? interactivity,discussion and collaborative channels  Have time for learning.  Check camera informal remote position chat 27 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 28 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Things to do during a Things to watch out for videoconference session  Start on time!  Ask people to  Introduce yourself interrupt you if they and your group have problems hearing you well  Expect video and  Allow for time audio imperfections delays  Talking tips 29 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 30 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 5
  • 6. 11.10.2009 Speak slowly Your voice  Speak slowly and energetically.  Magnify your vocal energy 15 percent Presenters will often speak too quickly more than your ordinary phone voice. because they can‟t see their audience. Use the same gestures and body This mistake can confuse the audience language you would when presenting in and lose their attention. person. If it feels natural, stand when you present. 31 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 32 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Listen Speak clearly..  Listen to your audience. As they give their feedback via live chat, make sure Press here the presenter is responsive to comments like "slow down," or "speak up.“ 33 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 34 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Things to do during a Things to be done immediately videoconference session after videoconference session  Remind people to  No background noise  Interview participants (students): mute/un-mute their  Organize a quick interview/discussion with your students  No sudden movements mikes right after the webconference session  Avoid displays of casual  Quiz  Respect the rights of behavior other participants  Only one person should speak at a time, with no side conversations 35 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 36 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 6
  • 7. 11.10.2009 Other things to be done after Instructional strategies videoconference session  Documentation  Learner motivation  Make final video material  Activity Design  Post-session tasks 37 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 38 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Learner motivation Audience interaction?  Holding the  Enhancing the  Questions from your audience show learners attention learners‟ they‟re engaged and interested. The confidence speaker should be prepared to answer  Keeping the learner satisfied  Relevance of the questions during the session to keep Learning the presentation targeted 39 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 40 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Activity Design Tips  Brainstorming  Focused Discussion  Always test your system and your source Sessions materials prior to any meeting or event. Do not  Project Based leave this responsibility to someone else, and  Brainteasers Activities do not assume that since the systems worked  Question and  Demonstration, well in one type of connection that they will Answer Activities Experiments and work for every connection. You may be Investigations connecting to a dissimilar and less capable  Student Displays system or into an unstable network, and this  Case Study Analysis may result in small difficulties that need to be 41 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 42 worked out ahead of time. Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 7/10/09 7
  • 8. 11.10.2009 Eye contact Tips  Eye contact comes from looking towards the camera, not the display. Make certain that your camera is located as close to top-center of your receive-video display as is possible. This will give the impression of good, strong eye contact. McCurry „83 43 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 44 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Tips Tips  Speak up. If you mumble and cannot be heard  Cameras and video displays tend to make by the person seated next to you, the people everything "bigger". Nervous habits or little at the far-end will also have a problem hearing recurrent gestures will be greatly magnified you. and distracting. No rocking and no swaying or "playing" (no fidgeting with pens, pencils, papers, eyeglasses or spare-change in your pocket, etc.) is a good rule to follow. 45 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 46 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 Tips Tips  When you are connected in a video call, the  This is webconferencing, not TV. A electronics of the system will faithfully pick up webconference is two-way. TV is passive and all your images and words. Smart remarks, only one-way. Build in opportunities to verbally quips and asides, or demeaning gestures engage the participants at the far-end. Vary such as rolling eyes, will be greatly amplified your source materials and provide visually at the far end. Assume they always see and interesting items that will elicit responses. hear you, even when the camera is not pointed in your direction. 47 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 48 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 8
  • 9. 11.10.2009 Questions ? Finally What can you learn from our experience ?   New technology is being developed every day. Developing a plan to adopt the new technology to fit our educational aim is very important Thank you!  Highly interactive technology, including multimedia capability will be the most promising technique for future distance education 49 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 10/09/097/10/09 50 Innovation, kreativitet, och e-larande 7/10/09 9

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