2003 UNC Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference
March 2729, Greensboro, NC

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e-Learning Collaboration with UNC-TV

Holloway, Jay         (919) 549-7165
      Executive for University Partnerships
      UNC GA / Office of the President
First co-presenter: Hinnant, Rashaunte    
Organization: North Carolina Central University
Second co-presenter: Phifer-McGhee, Kim    
Organization: North Carolina Central University

Abstract (up to 200 words):
Integrating High Quality Video into Online Courses URL: http://www.unctv.org/education/university/ Abstract: This session will show how to integrate high quality video from UNC-TV into an online course at North Carolina Central University. The course was offered during the first summer session of 2002 utilizing Blackboard.com as a pilot in the Birth to Kindergarten degree completion program. The course incorporated one PBS telecourse, THE WHOLE CHILD, plus UNC-TV's original MODELS OF TEACHING series. Following are the delivery methods for the video content: 1. Broadcast television (analog or digital) 2. Video cassette 3. Streaming video on the Web 4. Cable television 5. DVD NCCU was the first (constituent institution): 1. in recent years to utilize video from UNC-TV for traditional distance education course delivery; 2. to use UNC-TV video in course delivery, as part of delivery of blended technologies; 3. in America to receive rights from PBS to stream a traditional telecourse; 4. to offer the MODELS OF TEACHING series towards course credit. Audience: general audience, technical staff, faculty, librarians Audience: faculty, general audience, IT staff, librarians

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Session type:
Short presentation (20 minutes)

Time slots:
C3 - Th 4:00 - 4:45

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