Skype: Easy Collaborations with Audio and Video Conferencing

I’m presenting at the AIMS conference on Monday, November 5th, 2007. There is no Internet access at the Baltimore Convention Center (for this conference at least) so I’m doing a traditional power point presentation. Here it is (I’m sure I’ll be updating this tonight after I tweak the whole way to Baltimore, but…):

 

 

I’ve also pulled together a number of resources in del.icio.us:

  1. Youth Voices

  2. Remote Access: Whose Tools? Theirs.

  3. Remote Access: Learning = Connecting

  4. Life ’round here wiki – Life Round Here

  5. The Global Education Collaborative

  6. The Connected Classroom » home

  7. the22initiative » home

  8. Friends and Flags Project

  9. 3Cs » CAIS-BP

  10. globalprojects2007 » home

  11. Musings – Just Learning » Let’s Go Global!

  12. » [Live Blog] – Global Collaboration Multi-faceted Refractions

  13. teachersseekingteachers » home

  14. Classroom 2.0

    Welcome to the CLASSROOM 2.0 social networking site! This network is devoted to those interested in the practical application of Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in the classroom and in their own professional development.

  15. Personal Learning Space

  16. Elgg Plans » home

Link: http://del.icio.us/rss/alex.ragone/global-collaboration

Lucy Gray’s Global Education Links.

I’ll be posting a video of the presentation later on this week.

This is by no means a list of resources on Global Collaboration. If you have others, please post them here!

Thanks!

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One thought on “Skype: Easy Collaborations with Audio and Video Conferencing

  1. I have read this post. This is very much true. Even I own a blog account on video conferencing. Video conferencing is indeed a great innovation in technology and communications. One day video conferencing will be like an ordinary house-hold item in the next 5-10 years.I will mention your post in my blog.

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