QCSD Videoconferencing Contacts: Chad Evans, Joe Kuzo
Video Conferencing in Schools - Blog


- The above link is a protocol for both free
and paid video-conferencing request.

- The link at the left, is the main site by
which we can request programs for
2011-2012. There are outstanding programs
on the CILC website.
(called a content provider)
Video Conferencing allows students to :
- take virtual field trips to museums and other sites around the country and world without ever leaving their classroom.
-connect with students across the district, state, country, and world who also have access to the hardware.

Video Conferencing allows teachers to:
- professionally develop with many colleagues at one time.
- connect with other colleagues around the nation and world.
- help expand the walls of their classroom.

Want another perspective?
How about another?
Additional Places to search for programs:
VC Content Providers
VC Content Providers (BCIU Recommended)

Any museum or government organization
who receives federal funding and chooses to
provide videoconferencing as an educational
resource, is typically FREE.
Smithsonian Institute

Other things to consider
Working to Prepare your students
Comprehensive Best Practices in VC