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Watch the keynote presentations from Elevate 2008

The keynote presentations from Elevate 2008 are now available for viewing. Here’s mine viewed here. Etienne Wenger is available in Part 1 Part 1 and Part 2 Part 2. Here’s Julia Shildmeyer-Heighway here. Access the four links at the top of the page here.

Videoconferencing & Pregnant Mothers

This is a nice little video about how videoconferencing is being used to provide highly specialised real-time care, from a distance, to high risk mothers in Hawaii. Real-time videoconferencing coupled with teleultrasound is used to provide highly specialized medical care. High-risk mothers-to-be no longer fly in from neighbor islands for routine exams and emergent care […]

CILC Symposium Video Clips

Click here to go to the website with video clips of expert panel responses to driving questions about the use of videoconferencing in relationship to: Practical Applications, Issues and Challenges, and Emerging Trends. These were recorded at the CILC Symposium 2007. Here are just a few of the topics covered – there are 20 in […]

Introduction to Videoconferencing – video

This is a 5-minute video which gives an easy to understand overview of videoconferencing – its components, setting up & using: Download Video: Posted by gnageyj at TeacherTube.com.

Polycom People on Content

If you haven’t seen Polycom’s People on Content in action then have a look at this short video. This really does put teachers/presenters amongst their visuals. [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/P287hSGO8Gk” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] And for the non-corporate look – watch Daniel using the system to deliver his presentation about anacondas – very cute: [kml_flashembed movie=”http://www.youtube.com/v/qnNOZ5oEZUk” width=”425″ […]

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