Video Conferencing in Higher Education

This report by Dr Lynne Coventry called "Video Conferencing in Higher Education" aims "to put Video Conferencing into a Learning Framework and to take a learner-centred rather than technology-centred view of the problem. This requires understanding the problem from a number of perspectives:
- Understand the learning framework;
- Understand the technology;
- Understand the role of technology within that framework;
- Understand how to make best use of the technology in fulfilling that role.

Table of contents: 

- Part One: Video Conferencing
- Definition, Technological Issues, Range of equipment, The Physical Environment
- Part Two: Learning
Learning, A Learning Framework, The Role of Advanced Learning Technologies, Learning and Technology, Does the technology cause barriers for learning?, Pedagogy, Technological and Cost Issues, The Institutional Context, Critical Factors for success

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Dr Lynne Coventry, Institute for Computer Based Learning, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh

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1994?

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54 pages

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