uses computer-based videoconferencing to provide its partners (local
school district educators) with opportunities to interact with their
peers, participate in professional development forums, and to share
their experiences related to specific school-based interventions
(such as literacy programs). This interactive forum holds the following
advantages over asynchronous types of communications as well as
ISDN based videoconferencing systems. The advantages of using this
are able to see, hear, and interact with their colleagues through
live video and audio functions.
medium is an Internet based technology, thus providing multi-point
access for up to six participants during any given event.
attendees can use interactive features such as a chat board, white
board (file development), and application sharing (participants
can simultaneously share applications such as Word, Excel, and
costs for the end-user are minimal.
have held a number of videoconferencing events thus far. Click on
the links below to read more about each event. To view these files,
you will need to download Adobe Acrobat. Most computers already
have this program, but if yours does not, go to http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html
to download it for free.
Assisted Learning Strategies
and Sustaining Literacy Growth
you interested in videoconferencing? Tell us about your experiences.
Please print this questionnaire and fax
it to Judy Shanley at 202-944-5408, or you may download
this questionnaire in Microsoft Word format, and email it (or
fax it) to Judy Shanley at email@example.com.