Strengthening Statewide Videoconferencing
Time 04/27/10 04:30PM-05:30PM
Today, videoconferencing allows students to enjoy virtual field trips and engage with content specialists in real-time discussions without leaving their classrooms. Live, interactive videoconferencing is increasingly used in classrooms. California is actively strengthening the deployment and use of videoconferencing so that in the near future, videoconferencing becomes a standard teaching tool.
The California K-12 High Speed Network is currently working with CENIC and California
Speaker Sherilyn Shiotsu Evans CENIC
Speaker Cassandra Patrizio CENIC
Speaker Alan Phillips Imperial County Office of Education
Secondary tracks Teaching and Learning, K20