I presented over H.323 videoconference today to educators in Anchorage, Alaska, attending the ASTE (Alaska Society for Technology in Education) 2010 conference. My topic was using backchannels during videoconferences and in face-to-face classes with students. I shared my links and resources with participants via ShareTabs. I added this link to my main handouts / presentation wiki: wiki.wesfryer.com.

Anchorage, Alaska

H/T to Jan Zanetis of Tandberg for this presentation opportunity over video. ๐Ÿ™‚ I was delighted to have a chance to share these ideas with ASTE attendees over video, but would love even more the chance to present in person someday! Alaska is a US state I’ve never visited but would love to in person!

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One Response to Backchannels for videoconferencing and in the classroom

  1. Kansan says:

    Make that 40 — you’ve visited Kentucky.

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