Web Conferencing.

Web Conferencing.
A Practical Guide.
Web conferencing is used to conduct live meetings, small events and much
larger webinar events holding up to 1000 people over the internet. In a web
conference each attendee sits at his or her desk and is connected to other
attendees via the internet. Depending on the type of web conferencing
system being used attendees will need to download and install software on
their computer or access a web-based application where attendees simply click
on a hyperlink usually sent via email.
There are countless different types of web conferencing systems, some geared
more for businesses, some pitched for educational institutions.
This publication will focus on a broad range of web conferencing systems,
covering their features and an overview of useful tips and guidance to help
organisers setup seamless web conferences.
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Contents:
Basic Functions
Main Benefits
Potential Issues
Resolve Issues
Test Sessions
Accessibility
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Popular Software
GoToMeeting
GoToWebinar
Adobe Connect
WebEx Meeting
WebEx Training
Big Blue Button
Collaborate
Skype
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Other Software
Fuze
Nefsis
Yuuguu
Cost Comparison
Online Resources
Case Studies
Acknowledgements
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Basic Functions.
What are the common features of web conferencing software?
Text chat.
Audio (Listening and speaking).
Screen sharing.
Recording.
Webcam.
File sharing.
Assessment tools, polls, emoticons.
Break out rooms.
Interactive whiteboard.
Some of the above features are not available using free web conferencing
software.
Main Benefits of Web Conferencing.
There are many benefits of using web conferencing both for the presenter and
the attendee.
Time savings, no physical travel involved.
Significant cost savings by not requiring: travel, food and drink, venue space,
car parking facilities and accommodation.
If the attendee is ill they can usually pick up the recorded event at a later date.
The event can be made available through social media using sites like Vimeo
to embed the video recording for delegates.
The online event can be revisited, delegates can go over materials at any time
No paper is needed for an online event, everything is made available online
Carbon savings from not having to travel, print paper.
Many systems have in-built evaluation tools and can link into a customer relationship manager (CRM).
Events are easier to organise compared to a physical event.
High level of participation.
Reaches a wider audience.
More inclusive.
If the physical doors of the college are closed due to snow for example, the
virtual doors can stay open.
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Potential Issues/Disadvantages.
Lack of training and knowledge of the system can result in delegates not hearing the audio or seeing any content, including lack of computer skills.
Audio issues can cause major problems if the equipment used is faulty.
Any technical issues can affect the event/meeting and damage the .
reputation of the individual/organisation holding the event.
Less personable, physical events allow people to engage in more social conversation.
Some people prefer physical events, not willing to engage online out of choice
or through a lack of understanding of the technology.
Some speakers may not be experienced at running an online event and may
come across differently to how they would in person.
How can issues be resolved?
Preparation is key!
Number one rule is to make sure that both attendees and especially .
speakers and organisers have a good knowledge of the software being used
Provide user guides for both the attendees and the speakers well in
advance of the event.
Create a programme, so that the online event is accurately planned out with
timings included.
Check that visual aids like Microsoft Powerpoint work effectively in the
software, check Prezi’s as there can be significant delays in the frame rate
If video is referenced during the event, make sure that attendees have an extra
5 minutes to watch it.
If a speaker is considerably nervous, try to make them feel at ease and reassure them that you will be present if they need help.
Consider having a backup plan in case a speaker is cut off for any reason during the event. Have a backup speaker able to step in if required – or
arrange your own materials in case of a situation.
Make sure that any documents and user guides are clearly accessibly
online, so that people can easily access them if they need to.
Try to have someone else monitor the questions panel for you, so that
during a Q&A session they can feedback to you after your presentation, this
keeps the focus on your presentation.
Start recording the session on time, attendees can become agitated
waiting for late arrivals if they have other plans after the event.
Mute all attendee microphones to reduce any background noise during the
duration of the conference.
Be aware that some attendees may have never used web conferencing software before, provide a quick demonstration of the key features at the start of
the conference.
Make sure that any mobile devices, particularly phones are kept well away
from the computer during the webinar, otherwise there may be intermittent mobile signal noise filtering through into the webinar.
Consider providing alternatives for users with disabilities, who would like to attend the online event.
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• Try to keep people
interested during the
presentation, actively
engage with
participants by
asking them
questions
• Make a transcript of
the presenters key
points to support deaf
delegates
• Be clear about the
features you use
during the web
conference and use
the most
reliable functionality
to achieve the best
results
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Organise a test session in advance.
Very important because it will give you the chance to check audio levels of all
the speakers involved and test that their equipment is working.
This gives you the opportunity to check that invitation emails are working effectively.
Rehearse the programme for the online event.
Make a quick 5 minute recording of the session to check the recording works
Run through the software functions with your speakers and check their understanding.
Advise your speakers on the use of videos within the software, if it does not
work effectively make sure that they do not attempt to use video during the
event – instead ask them to provide a hyperlink so that people can visit the
video online in their own time.
Make copies of any presentation materials in case you need to upload them if
your speakers are having technical difficulties, you need to be prepared to run
their presentation for them if needed.
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Accessibility.
Resources
Accessibility features vary from one web conferencing system to another, so it
is useful within the planning stages to try and prepare possible alternatives.
Accessible Web
Conferences and
Webinar Best Practices
What if there are blind or partially sighted users wishing to attend the webinar,
or someone with hearing difficulties?
Plan and plan and plan some more!
When advertising a webinar event, provide a link for users that have sight/hearing impairments and provide special instructions as needed.
Create a script for the webinar and make this available in another format online, such as Google Docs.
Consider using something like TitanPad or TypeWith.Me, these programs
allow real time typing on screen, so potentially a moderator could be tasked
with providing real-time annotations during the webinar, this means that a
person with hearing problems would still be able to follow the conversation
during the webinar.
Check that the attendees can change the font size within the web conferening
software, during the event.
Provide a VOIP telephone joining option to enable users to access the conversation using their telephone.
For any attendees that have diabilities consider sending out in advance the presentations and plain text versions to them.
Investigate whether ‘hotkeys’ can be used to enable users with sight problems to access functions within the web conferencing software.
Provide accessible versions of the recordings, by captioning the videos.
The below video link is a YouTube video which has been subtitled through the
Universal subtitles website. There are many other ways of subtitling videos.
http://www.fda.gov/
AboutFDA/AboutThisWebsite/Accessibility/ucm214503.htm
(Please note the relay
service mentioned in this
article is not available to
the UK)
To find out more about
accessibility, please
contact JISC Techdis
http://www.jisctechdis.
ac.uk/
Instant Presenter
A completely browserbased system, which
scores well in terms of
accessibility. Instant
Presenter supports
uploading of multiple
types of documents,
such as Microsoft Office,
including music, WAV,
WMV and MOV.
Visit their website to find
out more: http://www.
instantpresenter.com/
Access the Universal subtitles website: http://www.universalsubtitles.org
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This is an
example of the
toolbar from
GotoMeeting, this
enables the
organiser to
manage the
following areas:
Most Popular Web Conferencing Software.
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GoToMeeting.
Audio
Webcam
Screen sharing
Pointer
Assign controls
There are many different systems that can be used for web conferencing,
some are more popular than others and all have different costs and options
available. Some systems offer free services, with a limited user capacity. The
following is a guide of the most popular systems being used today and a
comparison of their features.
This software is what the JISC RSC South West currently use, it has proved to
be a good platform, offering us the ability to hold and run events effectively.
Features
User Guides
RSC SW Delegate
guide
GoToMeeting quick
guide
Tutorials
GoToMeeting videos:
http://support.citrixonline.com/en_US/GoToMeeting/videos
All GoToMeeting
documentation
http://support.citrixonline.com/en_US/GoToMeeting/documents
Instant meetings with a single click.
One-time scheduled meetings.
Recurring meetings.
Integrated scheduling with Microsoft Outlook®.
Audio conferencing via phone and computer.
Full desktop sharing.
Specific application sharing.
Recording.
Invite others on the fly.
Instantly change presenters.
Transfer keyboard and mouse control.
Drawing tools.
Multiple monitor support.
Mac and PC support.
Chat.
Cooperatively edit documents on screen.
Reporting.
Web cam integration.
HD faces (high definition quality video).
Number of participants
Upto 15
Strengths
Easy to setup and use.
Good quality audio.
Easy to change presenters/organisers during the meeting.
Mobile integration to view online meetings.
Web cam works quite well.
Challenges
The chat panel is often too small and difficult to manage.
Panels auto-close, this can confuse the attendee.
A free 30 day trial is available:
http://links.onlinemeetingreviews.com/?url=gotomeeting.com&id=17
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GoToWebinar.
This software is what the JISC RSC South West currently use, it has proved to
be a good platform, offering us the ability to hold and run events effectively.
Features
Instant meetings with a single click.
One-time scheduled meetings.
Recurring meetings.
Integrated scheduling with Microsoft Outlook®.
Audio conferencing via phone and computer.
Full desktop sharing.
Specific application sharing.
Recording.
Invite others on the fly.
Instantly change presenters.
Transfer keyboard/mouse control.
Drawing tools.
Multiple monitor support.
Mac and PC support.
Extended Chat.
Cooperatively edit documents on screen.
Reporting.
Web cam integration.
HD faces (high definition quality video).
Polls to allow attendees to answer questions.
Audience view screen.
Dashboard statistics.
Search tool.
Number of participants
Upto 1000
Strengths
More options than
GoToMeeting.
Polls to ask the
audience questions.
Statistics in the
dashboard for improved
monitoring.
Chat space is extended.
Up to 1000 attendees for
one online event.
A free 30 day trial is available: http://bit.ly/AoNiWZ
Challenges
User guides:
Auto closing panels if too
many are open.
http://www.slideshare.net/rscsw/gotowebinar-user-guide
Tutorials:
https://www1.gotomeeting.com/default/help/g2w/Support/Tutorials.htm
There is also a new service called GoToTraining, more information is
available here: http://www.gotomeeting.co.uk/fec/training/online_training
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User Guides
Host guide:
https://seminars.adobeconnect.com/_a227210/
vqs-hosts/
Attendee guide:
https://seminars.adobeconnect.com/_a227210/
vqs-participants/
Tutorials:
http://tv.adobe.com/show/
learn-adobe-connect-8/
lynda.com tutorial Quick start guide:
http://www.youtube.com/
watch?v=wvuiDDu9ySY
Adobe Connect user
community:
http://www.connectusers.
com/tutorials/
Adobe Connect.
A flash-based online meeting system, which is highly customisable. Up to 25
attendees can be invited into an event. Lots of functionality available.
Features
Unlimited and customizable meeting rooms.
Multiple meeting rooms per user.
Breakout sessions within a meeting.
VoIP.
Audio and video conferencing.
Meeting recording.
Screen sharing.
Notes, chat, and whiteboards.
User management, administration, reporting.
Polling.
Central content library.
Collaboration Builder SDK.
Number of participants
Upto 25
Strengths
Very good at customisation, the chat panel can be expanded on-screen for
example.
Works quite well with mobile devices.
Challenges
Potentially more complicated to use than other systems
A free 30 day trial is available:
https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/adobeconnect/index.cfm?event=trial
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WebEx Meeting Centre.
User guide:
A full suite of online conference tools, has the standard features of a video
conference system. Interactive white board, VOIP, chat and video sharing
features.
https://welcome.webex.com/docs/T26L/pt/
mc0800l/en_US/support/
faq.htm
Features
Invite participants and set reminders.
Uses integrated WebEx audio.
Record your meeting.
Share content.
Switch permission controls.
File transfer system.
Interactive white board.
Webcams.
http://www.wbximg.com/
includes/documents/
GSG_MC_0111_final.pdf
Number of participants
Upto 25
Strengths
Has an app for Android, Blackberry and iOS systems.
Challenges
Recordings need to be converted to a useable format.
A free 14 day trial is available:
http://mytrial.webex.co.uk/uk14?TrackID=1019765&hbxref=http%3A%2F%2Fw
ww.webex.co.uk%2F&goid=uk_webex_ft
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Tutorials:
http://www.webex.com/
howto/index.html
User Guides
http://www.webex.
com/howto/index.
html?thevideo=webexschedule-an-online-meeting-video.mp4
Fast start help
http://www.webex.com/lp/
fastkit/#
WebEx Training Centre.
Much the same as WebEX Meeting Centre, except has greater features.
Features
Share documents, applications, streaming videos, and more.
High-quality video.
Breakout sessions and hands-on labs.
Online polls and quizzes.
Chat and threaded Q&A.
Attendance registration and tracking.
Integrated audio (using a telephone bridge, VoIP, or a mix of both).
LMS support.
Up to 1,000 participants per session.
Stream videos at up to 360p resolution (640 x 360 pixels) with
auto-adjusting video quality.
Control how you want video to be displayed - view up to six video
thumbnails at time or change to full screen mode.
Automatically see who’s talking with Active Speaker switching technology
Review session reports.
Cross-browser supported.
Strengths
Can record the sessions.
Quite easy to use.
Good customisation.
Reliable performance.
Flexible connectivity.
HD video quality.
Number of participants
Upto 100
Challenges
Interface could be layed out better.
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Big Blue Button (Open source).
Features
Supporting multiple audio and video sharing. Presentations and extended
whiteboard capabilities. It has zooming, pointing and drawing features on
screen and public and private chat. Attendees can be assigned as viewer or
moderator. JISC Mail have been using Big Blue Button and more information
can be found on their website.
Audio Conferencing
Presentation Sharing
Desktop Sharing
Whiteboard
Text Chat
Multiple document uploads
Full control of
attendee audio
Good webcam
features
Recording facility
Multiple languages
Can be integrated into
other systems
Strengths
Can handle multiple webcams well.
Can control the size of objects, such as chat.
Can translate the text.
Text can be coloured easily.
Challenges
Audio not automatically configured, attendee needs to switch it on
Issues saving the whiteboard.
A small but noticeable audio delay which may be worse with lower quality internet connection. The delay is not a problem in presenter-led sessions.
Presentations in Microsoft Office formats (.ppt, .pptx) may have graphical artefacts. Please save as PDF and upload the PDF file instead.
Unreliable desktop sharing on Apple’s OSX platform.
Long usernames are chopped off in the chat window. As a temporary fix hover
your cursor over the name.
Latest versions of Flash Player and Java are required - java is only
necessary for sharing your desktop.
Visit the following link
to acces JISC labs:
http://labs.jiscmail.
ac.uk/
Community user
support:
http://www.bigbluebutton.
org/support/
Tutorials
http://www.bigbluebutton.
org/videos/
Case study/projects
Scott Newton JEC ICT
manager talks about Big
Blue Button: http://vimeo.
com/36544706
This product is being developed all the time, so any
challenging features may be developed and improved.
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Features
Redesigned user
experience makes
simple things easy,
advanced things
possible.
Enhanced audio with
increased clarity and
reduced latency.
Ability to optimize
audio for headset or
room microphone.
Consistent live video
with follow the
speaker, multipoint
Tabbed chat,
embedded HTML
content in chat and web
tour.
Expanded Windows
Media Video (WMV) file
support for multimedia
playback.
Wider variety of content
more easily
incorporated.
Modernized icons and
more intuitive placement
of polling response
options.
Blackboard Collaborate.
(Formerly Elluminate).
Intuitive online meeting software with virtual classes, blended learning, office
hours, tutoring and mentoring, staff meetings, training, professional
development, and more.
Strengths
High quality system, chat is easy to read and can be re-ordered.
No advance downloads or configuration needed, and it rarely fails.
Delegates can contribute via text chat, or via whiteboard tools.
Compatible with Powerpoint.
Challenges
Won’t run Powerpoint animations.
A lot of options, which can be confusing.
Switching between functions such as web tour and screen sharing is not
completely fluid.
Hyperlinks in Powerpoint cease to be clickable.
Not compatible with Prezi.
The addition of tabs in the text chat has made it harder to use (it is too easy to
miss private messages), relative to Elluminate.
Can be subject to failure due to firewalls and security settings. These
errors can be very hard to identify.
Requires an install of a java applet which can be problematic for WBL/ACL
providers where systems are locked down.
Blackboard Collaborate
is the choice web
conferencing system for
many JISC RSCs,
including JISC services
Links to future JISC
services web
conferences
JISC DIgital Media
Online Surgery: http://
www.jiscdigitalmedia.
ac.uk/surgery
JISC Legal events:
http://www.jisclegal.
ac.uk/Home/AllEvents.
aspx
User guides
http://www.blackboard.com/Platforms/Collaborate/Services/On-DemandLearning-Center/Web-Conferencing.aspx
Tutorials
http://www.brainshark.com/blackboardinc/vu?pi=zGLzYw5XBz35Sgz0
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Skype.
User guides and
tutorials
A free online service, which lacks the advanced features of software like
GotoMeeting, but is a very good system for 1-1 conversations.
http://www.skype.com/
intl/en-us/support/userguides/
Features
Quite easy to setup.
Can file share.
Webcam.
Audio.
Text chat.
Screen sharing.
Connect to Facebook.
Free unlimited landline calls.
Screen reader mode.
Multiple languages.
Strengths
Free
Mobile app is quite good.
Very useful for quick meetings.
For simple meetings screen share works reasonably well.
SMS messaging and can be used as a phone number.
Challenges
The software can crash.
No whiteboard or assessment tools.
The layout of meetings could be better.
Chat auto hides when group meetings are held.
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Premium services
provide additional
features:
Group video calling and
screen sharing.
Live chat customer
support.
User guide
http://beta.fuzemeeting.
com/files/pdf/web-userguide.pdf
Tutorials
iPad tutorial
http://support.
fuzemeeting.com/
entries/20136347-fuzemeeting-ipad-videotutorial
https://fuzebox.rapidintake.com/access/Publish/23299/player.html
Fuze forum
http://support.fuzemeeting.com/forums
Other Web Conferencing Software.
Fuze Meeting.
Designed to sync well with social media, offering a simple joining solution with a fetch function to auto dial people and invite them into the meeting.
Features
HD video quality.
Cloud based.
Screen Sharing .
Number of participants
Upto 100
Strengths
Does not require software install for attendees.
Top quality video (HD).
Skype integration.
iPhone application.
Reliable performance.
Challenges
Compatibility issues with web cams.
Need to have the pro version to record.
14 day free trial available:
https://www.fuzemeeting.com/purchase/14day/1
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Nefsis.
Nefsis provides HD video conferencing and web collaboration tools to
business, government and educational customers.
User guide
Features
http://www.nefsis.com/
manual/user-manual.
html
Web browser sharing.
Document and Powerpoint sharing.
Region/desktop application sharing.
Whiteboard and text conferencing.
File transfer.
Recording.
Strengths
High quality video.
Interface organised well.
Supports high quality VOIP.
Reliable service.
Challenges
No pricing available is not helpful.
The sharing document feature does not allow document editing, instead an
annotation tool for overlaying words.
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Tutorials
http://www.nefsis.com/
Support-Video-Software/
video-conferencing-training-tutorials.html
Strengths
Support all platforms.
Supports browser-based
participation .
Integrates multiple IM
account, plus Skype.
Offers screen sharing,
remote control and audio
conferencing.
Cost effective.
Challenges
User interface could be
slicker.
Screen sharing and
remote control is slow.
No record/replay support
for web conferencing
sessions.
User guide/tutorial
http://www.yuuguu.com/
help
Number of participants
Yuuguu.
Simple, desktop sharing and web conferencing tool. It also acts as an instant
messaging client that works with all the major instant messaging networks.
Features
Simple and easy to use web conferencing with integrated instant
messaging.
Fast screen sharing with anyone over the internet.
Share your keyboard and mouse with any participant.
Host can regain control at the click of a button.
Cross platform compatible.
Guests don’t have to download anything.
Integrates with Skype on Windows and Mac.
Free teleconferencing facility.
Global dial in numbers for teleconferencing.
Import your contacts from Skype, AIM, MSN, Yahoo and Google.
128-bit SSL encryption on all meeting communications.
Host meetings with up to 30 participants.
Restrict meeting attendance with a private unique key.
Email based technical support.
Free version available.
Compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux.
There are many more web conferencing systems available, we
recommend that if you are thinking about using any web
conferencing system to trial the system for free before purchasing.
Up to 30
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Cost Comparison
GoTo Meeting costs £30 per month or £294 per year for 15 participants
GoToWebinar costs £62 per month or £597 per year for 100 participants, for
500 participants GoToWebinar costs £251 per month or £2412 per year, for
upto 1000 participants GoToWebinar costs £314 per month or £3017 per year.
Adobe Connect costs £34 per month or £340 per year for 25 participants, for
upto 500 participants the cost is 20 pence per minute.
WebEx Meeting Centre costs £11 per month or £113 per year for 8 participants,
for 25 participants the cost is £30 per month or £294 per year.
WebEx Training Centre costs vary depending on requirements, please contact
the company.
Big Blue Button is an open source product, which is available for free.
Blackboard Collaborate costs £125 for 10 participants, for 25 participants the
cost is £188, for upto 50 participants the cost is £315.
Skype is free to use with 2 participants, for over 10 participants the cost is
£5.99 per month or £35.88 per year.
Fuze Meeting costs £15 per month or £175 per year for 25 participants, for
upto 45 participants Fuze Meeting costs £30 per month or £296 per year, for
upto 100 participants Fuze Meeting costs £43 per month or £417 per year.
YuuGuu costs £10 for 1 licence upto 30 people per month or £43 per year, for
2 licences it costs £30 per month or £60 per year, for 5 licences it costs £25
per month or £126 per year, for 10 licences it costs £35 per month or £164 per
year.
For Nefsis prices please contact them directly.
* Cost comparisons may vary, please check with the company for a
complete breakdown of costs
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Online Resources
cont...
Synchronous Web
Enabled Employee
Training (SWEET)
http://www.jisc.ac.uk/
whatwedo/programmes/
elearning/swaniltig/
sweet.aspx
Online Resources.
Using Collaborative Online Tools for Business & Community
Engagement infoKit:
http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/infokits/collaborative-tools/index_html
Web Conferencing: http://moodle.rsc-wales.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=247 –
from JISC RSC Wales
How Green Was My Video Conference?
http://greenvideoconference.jiscinvolve.org/wp/ - by greenvideoconference
Using Instant Presenter
to present to an
audience member
using a screenreader
Web Conferencing Web Reviews: http://webconferencing-test.com/en/webconference_home2.html - by online meetings tool review website
http://www.jisctechdis.
ac.uk/techdis/resources/
detail/IPScreenReader
Online Meetings Reviews: http://www.onlinemeetingreviews.com/reviews/ - by
online meetings review website
JISC Advance Web Conferencing Tools: http://xtlearn.net/L/181/8
Archive for the ‘web conferencing’ Category: Engaging an Invisible
Audience: http://blogs.rsc-wales.ac.uk/blog/category/web-conferencing/
JISC RSC South West Conferencing Software: http://pear.ly/Nk51 - through
the JISC RSC South West pearltrees account
There are training courses available, like the Certified Online Learning
Facilitator course, which is available from a range of providers - here is a link to
one course at the Online Leanring & Performance Institute:
http://www.learningandperformanceinstitute.com/colf.htm
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Case Studies.
Lewisham and Walsall Colleges Advancing Learning with Functional
Skills (ALFS) – LIVE TV
The eLearning and Innovations team at Lewisham College and the
Learning Technologies and Innovations team at Walsall College joined forces to
investigate how the delivery of Functional Skills could be
streamlined through the use of video conferencing and webinars.
http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/node/18638
Colchester Institute: WebEx-cellent distance learning
Colchester Institute is using WebEx, an incredibly versatile, video conferencing
software package that has enabled them to extend their reach to off-site
learners.
http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/node/3432
Derwen College: Trialling new technologies - video conferencing and
JANET Txt for teaching, learning and student support
This case study highlights how an independent specialist college is using new
technologies with help and support from the Joint Information Systems
Committee (JISC) services.
http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/node/3456
Shrewsbury Sixth Form College: Video conferencing drives distance
learning and opens up collaborative learning opportunities for all
Shrewsbury Sixth Form College saw the potential for video conferencing (VC),
to support teaching and learning, whilst putting together a bid to deliver a
shared Diploma with local schools. The response from learners has been very
positive and the College hopes in the future to offer more distance learning
provision as a result of the project’s success.
http://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/node/3696
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Acknowledgements.
Many thanks to:
Rosemary Leadley, Jane Mackenzie, Russell Symmons, Kevin
Campbell-Wright, Paul Richardson, Angela Harvey, Lis Parcell, Noel Davis,
Jason Curtis, Malcolm Bodley, Owen Hanmer, Gordon Millner,
Alistair McNaught, JISC Techdis
Web Conferening A Practical Guide created by:
Matt Ewens, Information Officer, JISC RSC South West
Tel: 01752 587035
Email: mattewens@rsc-south-west.ac.uk
The opinions expressed in this document, are those of the
individuals involved and do not necessarily represent the attitudes, opinions,
values or views of JISC RSCs or its staff.
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