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Michael Snyder <[log in to unmask]>
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Tomorrow's Teaching Today <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 18 Sep 2000 09:35:12 -0400
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John, I was thinking only in terms of on-line image and audio streaming, not actually interactive video in the television studio sense. Thinking about a service such as Webex.com doing a demonstration perhaps for nothing.

John Orlando wrote:

> I think that we will need some advice from either the DMDL or DLN on the estimated costs of a multiple interactive video conference with other schools.  I will contact them about this.
> If the costs in either money or time prove too great, I think we can still have an interesting technology presentation just using our own people.  For instance, one or two instructors who have taught online courses could talk about their experiences as well as profile their classes.  This would require only an Internet hookup and a projection system.  I sense that most faculty are more interested in online teaching than interactive video anyway, so they might be more interested in this medium.
> Best Wishes,
> John Orlando
> Senior Program Developer
> Division of Continuing Education
> 656-4392