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Adam,

We've been talking about doing exactly that for over a year now in the 
Central Region but have not made much progress in making it happen.   Is anybody out 
there already doing it?   Skip the decaf.


In a message dated 11/10/05 10:27:09 AM, [log in to unmask] writes:


> It would be most inventive to find a way to share those resources so every 
> school didn’t have to reinvent the video – so to speak. Fire up those 
> collaboration minds and tools. How about a statewide tech support video blog ? All 
> comes down to time in the end. Never know, such and animal may already exist 
> out there. I need more coffee.
> 
> Adam
> 
> 
> On 11/10/05 8:26 AM, "Tommy Walz" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
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> David,
> 
> I totally agree.   We need to explore such tools that will help us take some 
> pressure off the tech support folks, especially in the area of routine 
> procedures.   I still remember Kay's striking example of using video with an IEP 
> student and witnessing a teacher in Eric Hall's computer lab at Crossett Brook 
> looking up a video on the network on how to use a digital camera.   Very 
> good stuff.
> 
> 
> In a message dated 11/10/05 8:09:08 AM, [log in to unmask] writes:
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> Reading Tommie's ratio of support staff to clients makes me think 
> perhaps we ought to clone our support people to improve the ratio 
> using video ipods showing how support people check that everything is 
> plugged in etc.
> 
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Tommy J. Walz
Technology Coordinator
Barre Supervisory Union
120 Ayers St.
Barre VT 05641

Tel 802-476-5011