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teaching-with-videoconferencing

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Update 25 August 2010:

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Teaching with Videoconferencing Technologies

 

This is an educational workshop shared by Wesley Fryer, Director of Educational Advocacy for AT&T in the State of Oklahoma. Please share this resource, these ideas and links with others! (See the bottom of the page for Creative Commons licensing info.) If you would like to add to these resources and links, you can do so by using the wiki password "att" without quotation marks.

 

 

OUTLINE: Videoconferencing, also called interactive tele-video (iTV) and interactive videoconferencing (IVC), is a synchronous learning environment that can provide unique opportunities and benefits to both instructors and students located in different geographic locations. This workshop introduces educators to some of the major differences presented in the iTV environment, and shares best-practice suggestions for those wanting to most effectively teach and engage students in the learning process via videoconferencing technologies.

 

  1. Videoconferencing Basics
    1. Introduction to Videoconferencing from KNE
    2. Videoconferencing Equipment from KNE
  2. Accomodations to Expect and Plan For
    1. Advance distribution of handouts
    2. Wait Time
    3. Strategies for remote site student participation
    4. Avoiding "document camera disease!"
    5. Expect some technical difficulties
  3. Videoconference Instruction Best-Practices
    1. Communication Best-Practices from KNE
    2. Instructional Strategies for Videoconferencing from KNE
    3. Use a Course Management System (Moodle, Blackboard, WebCT) to distribute handouts and extend learner interaction
    4. Score low on the Boredom Analysis Checklist!
  4. Other Resources
    1. Polycom Remote Control Instructions - PDF
    2. Getting Started Guide for Polycom ViewStation EX, FX, and VS4000
    3. Polycom How-To Videos
    4. Best practices: Practical examples from the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC)
    5. Video TeleTraining: A Guide to Design, Development and Use (PDF)
    6. Social bookmarks on videoconferencing (other websites saved and shared by others)

 

 

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