Posts Tagged: Teleconference


Weekly Ed-Tech / Digital Scholarship Trends: March 13, 2013

Digital Public Library of America Besides transitioning to the Twitter account @dpla, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) announced it will provide copies of 1.2 million digital objects to the DPLA. If you’re interested in learning more about the non-profit, there’s a brief Q&A with the new DPLA Executive Director, Dan Cohen. The launch… Read more »


Rabbit Run: Video Chatting in the Classroom

Video chatting just got more interesting. Rabbit is new video chatting software, recently released in beta and available for Mac. Yes, you have to download something; however, it is free. Educational Use With Rabbit you can create a video chat room for an online discussion (think Google Hangout), but ¬†the real departure is being able… Read more »


Teaching with Teleconference Tips

This semester, I’ve worked with a number of faculty who are using teleconferencing technology in the classroom. So far, we’ve had faculty members simultaneously teaching sessions to their students and to students in China, interacting with experts in the field, partnering with classes from another institution for¬†interdisciplinary¬†sessions, coordinating discussions remotely from the DNC, and participating… Read more »