Video Distance Learning

  • The interactive video distance learning program connects schools for regular or daily class instruction, collaborations, and virtual field trips. The technology is also used for professional development.

    Interactive video conferencing equipment connects multiple sites into one session, allowing two-way audio and video communication. Instructor resources such as computer-based presentations, video, and document camera images can be shared with remote sites. Use of an online learning management system and scanners in remote sites facilitate transmission of homework and other documents.
     
     A web conferencing system is also available for connecting remote sites for meetings or for one-to-one instruction.
    Distance Learning

     

    Linkages with regional networks, other states, and even other countries enhance educational opportunities and promote a new sense of sharing and teamwork among both students and teachers in the region.

    The complete 2013-14 video distance learning schedule can be found here. Specific information on courses and openings for ASL, Psychology, Sociology, and Mandarin Chinese can be found in the links to the left.

     
     
    Greg Smith
    Computer Education Coordinator
    315.793-8503
Last Modified on October 3, 2017