Common TRTA applications include those which are conversational in nature, such as multimedia conferencing that includes video conferencing, group of participants in teleconferencing audio, and audiographics
conferencing that enables participants to share workspace and telephony service that involves videophone conferencing and VOIP, and (ii) intolerant real-time asymmetric applications (IRTA) demand more stringent QoS from the network.
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
. In R.
Wagner (1994) cautioned that two-way interactive technologies (e.g., 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.
Molly and Stacey collaborated to moderate the first scheduled online discussion on 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!
for distance education:A case study in student attitudes and perceptions.