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gClassFolders ~ Create Google folders for your class.On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 1:26 PM, Olson, Sigrid <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
You can stream from Scopia Desktop, the desktop videoconferencing/online meeting application that is compatible with the LNV (Learning Network of Vermont). Let me know if you’d like more information.
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I've got a teacher that want's to stream the hatching and first week of life of some chickens that will be arriving soon.
I know Ustream.tv and it's crazy simple to get up and running, but people have to watch 30 seconds of a commercial. I'm thinking most folks won't stick around for a 30 second commercial to watch 15 seconds of chickens doing not much. :)
Does anyone know of a similar service without as much advertising or a just plain better solution? Should take nothing more than a netbook webcam and incur no expense if possible.
I'd love to embed the stream on my website, but realize this may be pushing free services.