You’re probably already familiar with some of the more popular videoconferencing (VC) platforms such as Skype, Google Chat, or Facetime, but did you know that OSU has a handful of VC solutions it recommends and provides support for? Media Services is the specific department that handles videoconferencing at OSU. Three main options are available; the …Read more at the full article: Be There Without Being There: Videoconferencing for OSU
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A group of Ohio State instructors who have used webinar tools for teaching gathered at this panel discussion to share the different instructional situations in which they have used Adobe Connect or Elluminate (now Blackboard Collaborate). They discussed why and how they use webinar tools in situations ranging from large lecture presentations to small group …Read more at the full article: Teaching with Webinar Tools: a Panel Presentation (01/24/2012)
Adobe Connect can be a valuable way to enhance online learning and make long-distance meetings more effective. During this webinar session, Tim Plumer from Adobe shared best practices for using Connect to help you make your online courses and meetings more successful. You will see how to:
Manage your audience—especially the first-time users—so they can participate …Read more at the full article: Best Practices for Using a Connect Room (01/18/2012)
Ohio State faculty and staff are in the final phase of project with the object of making Adobe Connect available to the university community. People who are interested in using this webinar tool for courses or meetings can read more about the project at http://ocio.osu.edu/elearning/services/connect-pilot/ or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two related events are being held …Read more at the full article: Adobe Connect Project
On February 15, we held our first Idea Lab for the 2011 Impact Grant (IG) recipients. Idea Labs are an opportunity for our IG recipients to learn about each other’s projects and collaborate and brainstorm together, as well as have an opportunity to meet with faculty and staff from around the university.
Since this was the …Read more at the full article: 2011 Impact Grant Idea Lab
TokBox is a free, Flash-based, in-browser video chat service requiring no software to be installed locally; it also allows the sharing of videos, presentations, documents, and recorded video messages. TokBox works on both Mac and PC platforms and is easy to use – no equipment is required other than an internet connection and a webcam. …Read more at the full article: TokBox: Video chatting and more, with nothing to download!
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Just saw notice of an online webinar on the future of video in education. It is online Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 2 PM EST. It is being hosted by Kaltura Inspire and includes presentations by people from Penn State University and the University of Pennsylvania. Registration is required and is free. For more information, see …Read more at the full article: Video in Education