audiographics

audiographics

audiographics

Real-time data conferencing combined with audio capability. See data conferencing and T.120.
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Changing faculty roles for audiographics and online teaching.
In the early 1980s, K-12 schools in Canada were extensive users of audiographics or telematics as their distance education medium of choice, particularly in rural jurisdictions.
The evolution of audiographics: A case study of audiographics teaching in a business facility.
After a history of using distance education, both audiographics and Web-based systems to address the curriculum opportunity gap that existed in rural schools, the CDLI began in 2001-02 with 10 Web-based courses piloted with 200 student enrolments from 76 different schools.
Constructing learning in a virtual immersion bath: LOTE teacher education through audiographics.
video, audio, audiographics, and computer conferencing), "while capable of providing two-way interactivity, still depend on user skill to successfully bring about interaction in an instructional context" (p.
Audiographics is a communication system used in distance education that allows exchanging of information in audio and graphical format.
These technologies have involved two basic formats for course delivery: audiographics and two-way videoconferencing.
1 TOSItech is the name our group of schools chose to describe our linking together by distance education - currently through audiographics, but we may soon be able to video-conference as well
Audiographics for distance education:A case study in student attitudes and perceptions.
Here we briefly describe the functions of two nonverbal channels -- eye gaze and gesture -- that can be transmitted in video-enabled multimedia conferencing systems but that are absent in audio-only and audiographics systems.
If graphics are added to the simple audioconference call, such as text transmission or an electronic blackboard or writing tablet, the result is called an audio-plus or audiographics conference.