Distance learning in a changing world: the TEL8 system
Eugene Madison Wilson, University of Wyoming. Dept. of Civil Engineering. Wyoming Technology Transfer Center, Mountain Plains Consortium
Mountain-Plains Consortium, 1996 - Education - 24 pages
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associated with travel audio and video audio and visual audio/videotape breaks and interactions CHANGING WORLD class discussions classroom CODEC compatible Compression Equipment Conference Room debates Audio debates Two-way audio demonstrations Department of Transportation Distance Education DISTANCE LEARNING ALTERNATIVES distance learning experience DOT and MPC enhancements expanded FHWA formal graduate forms of distance Graduate level course group projects guest speaker In-Room Equipment informal training INITIAL TEL8 TRAINING instructional methods interaction decreases interactive distance knowledge and skills learner learning technologies lecture Media and Methods Methods in Distance MPC universities Network Control Center North Dakota panel discussions peer teaching provides reaction panel readings regional networks remote role playing satellite Selecting Media student presentation studies Table teacher TEL-WIN TEL8 CAPITAL COSTS TEL8 network TEL8 OPERATING COSTS TEL8 Region TEL8 system TEL8 TRAINING COSTS telecommunication teleconferencing Transmission Costs two-way interactive system U.S. Department University of Wyoming video tape win-win scenario world wide worldwide