Tag Archive: Course Delivery

Jun 28

Serving All Students: Using IVC for Nontraditional Courses

SIG IVC Showcase: Charice Black, Utah Education Network Charice described the full length courses they offer and coordinate across the state. You can see their website describing their network and courses here. Utah Education Network has been operating the state-owned videoconferencing system for over 25 years, currently managing approximately 250 events per day. The classes …

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Oct 09

Transactional Distance in Videoconferencing

This post is part of a series examining articles on the communication aspects of videoconferencing. Reference Chen, Y. J. (1997). The implications of Moore’s theory of transactional distance in a videoconferencing learning environment. Retrieved from ProQuest Digital Dissertations. (AAT 9802605) Summary: This study compared Moore’s (1972) theory of transactional distance to the use of videoconferencing …

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Apr 08

Green = IVC Hybrid

Several presenters from South Central Kansas Education Service Center are doing a session on videoconferencing at TxDLA. Kay Highbarger, Executive Director is doing the presentation. They have 4 teachers on staff, including one from China who teaches full length Chinese classes as well as short Chinese culture programs. 50 daily classes daily high school over …

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Jul 07

Last Notes from NECC

I’m just cleaning off my computer desktop from NECC and a few scribbles here and there. I lost two video clips due to somehow losing the sound on them. Very frustrating. But I wanted to mention these two poster sessions in case you missed them. Dissolving Boundaries in Ireland Nigel Metcalfe, from the National University …

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Jun 05

Using VC for Homebound Students

Here’s an interesting article published in Feb/March. Did you read it? A Healthy Education Videoconferencing allows a Florida boy with an immune system deficiency to attend school for the first time. Kevin O’Connell is a typical third grader at Spring Hill Elementary. He jumps up from his chair and recites the Pledge of Allegiance with …

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Dec 30

Lit Review: A Study Of The Factors That Impact Videoconferencing As A Learning Tool Within Three Regional Service Agencies In Michigan

Currie, N. (2007). A Study Of The Factors That Impact Videoconferencing As A Learning Tool Within Three Regional Service Agencies In Michigan. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, Oakland University, Rochester, MI. Author: Neil Currie Title of dissertation: A Study Of The Factors That Impact Videoconferencing As A Learning Tool Within Three Regional Service Agencies In Michigan Publication …

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Dec 28

Lit Review: It's a Bit Like Star Trek: The effectiveness of video conferencing

Carville, S., & Mitchell, D. R. (2001). It’s a Bit Like Star Trek: The effectiveness of video conferencing. Innovations in Education and Training International, 37(1), 42-49. Authors: Sheelagh Carville and Denise R Mitchell Title of article: It’s a Bit Like Star Trek: The effectiveness of video conferencing. Publication year: 2001 Database source: InformaWorld. Name of …

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