With IVC technology, instructors can connect students at various locations. Instructors not only need to master the IVC room equipment, but they also need to design course content that enhances student interactions and takes advantage of the rooms' technology.
Interactive Video allows instructors to deliver instruction to more than one location via an Internet Protocol connection. IVC is similar to face-to-face instruction with the addition of being connected to another site. The instructor is seen on projectors or monitors. A wide variety of course content can be displayed to multiple locations. More here.
Instructional uses of the IVC rooms take priority over all other uses of the rooms. However, Interactive Video Classrooms are also used for non-instructional purposes such as workshops, meetings, events, and seminars. More here.
Technical Training for the IVC
IVC training can be provided if needed. For more information on scheduling an IVC training session, contact Mathew Gossage at 223-5738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Instructional Support for the IVC
In order to maximize the effectiveness of teaching from an IVC room, it is important to plan and design instructional materials specifically for an IVC course. More here.