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Creating Virtual Learning Communities

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Objectives:

  • To provide interactive, structured meetings
  • Bring students and staff from remote locations together to share resources and ideas
  • Use innovative technologies
  • Promote interaction, reflection, creativity and evaluation
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Who Can Participate?

  • All Community Discovered participants have a log-in account.
  • Additional log-in accounts can be made available to participating Community Discovered schools' staff members.
  • A log-in account will allow you to:
    • actively participate in eSchool activities including sharing web pages and using chat.
    • watch ongoing eSchool activities.

    For more information on eSchool and obtaining a log-in account, contact Tom Albertsen, Project Technology Coordinator, The Community Discovered.

     

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Basic Computer Setup Requirements:

  • 32 MB RAM
  • Power Macintosh (G3/iMac preferred)
  • System 7.6+ installed
  • network connection (56k connection works, but is quite slow, higher bandwidths are preferable)
  • Internet Explorer 4.01 or higher
  • MJR 2.1+ with specific java scripts installed
  • a log-in and password assigned
  • 800 X 600 monitor resolution
  • Quicktime 4.0+ (to download and upgrade go to: http://apple.com/quicktime/download/
  • RealPlayer and/or Shockwave (installation optional)
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Training:

Training can be provided on site by The Community Discovered. This could include:
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Additional Questions:

Additional questions can be directed to: Tom Albertsen (cdstaff@communitydisc.westside66.org), Project Technology Coordinator, The Community Discovered.
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