Fall 2004 Internet2 Member Meeting

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The Role and Value of Advanced Networking in Teaching and Learning

Time 09/28/04 04:30PM-05:30PM

Session Abstract

From real-time collaboration for problem-based learning enabled by rich tele-immersive environments to the synchronous transcontinental teaching in the performing arts, we are beginning to see compelling glimpses of how the (promise) capabilities of Internet2 can be extended beyond research to teaching and learning. In this session, a panel of distinguished practitioners and pundits will draw upon their experience and insight to identify new opportunities for education that leverage the capabilities of advanced networks. They will discuss how we can move beyond VTC to repurposing research applications for teaching and learning. The session will focus on how the work in the Internet2 community can be applied to gain convincing, substantive and qualitative transformations in teaching and learning at various levels of education.

Speakers

Speaker Vijay Kumar Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Speaker Dale Alverson, MD University of New Mexico

Speaker Martin Siegel Indiana University

Speaker Jackie Zelman Miami Dade College

Presentation Media

media item thumbnail Miami Dade College Internet 2 (ppt)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Jackie Zelman Miami Dade College

media item thumbnail The Role and Value of Advanced Networking in Teaching and Learning (ppt)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Vijay Kumar Massachusetts Institute of Technology

media item thumbnail Internet2 Imagination for Teaching & Learning (ppt)

Speaker Owen DeLong Hurricane Electric

Speaker Martin Siegel Indiana University

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