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Using H323 Videoconferencing Team Leaders: Thomas McNeal & Jorge Maldonado
Why Internet Videoconferencing? Save time and money Bring the expert to the classroom or office See and hear the presenters
Observe an instructor in their environment Less intrusive to the classroom Virtual tour Distance education Provide remote support
Classroom to Classroom
Virtual Field Trips
Talk to an Expert
Virtual Topical Seminar
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Works on dial-up from home Works with Webcams Capable of sharing documents, web pages and slide shows
It is a small stand alone unit It connects to a TV monitor It has a built in microphone It needs a T1, Cable Modem or DSL
It is bigger than the eyeball It has a better lens It can connect at higher rates It connects to a computer by USB port
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Joining The Team Benefits ~ create an effective and efficient collaborative network for Consortium Members to carry out project activities
Joining The Team Benefits ~ take advantage of the team knowledge to implement and configure Web- based videoconferencing technologies
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Teaching and Learning with Technology Allyn and Bacon 2002 Networks and the Internet Chapter 7 Technology in Teaching and Learning.
A look at networking and its main components. NETWORK A network is a group of connected computers that allow people to share information and equipment.
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Introduction to Interactive Videoconferencing 1/15/2009.
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