peter at batchelors.net
Sat May 9 09:24:08 AEST 2009
On 09/05/2009, at 7:53 AM, Jan Whitaker wrote:
> At 12:35 AM 9/05/2009, stephen at melbpc.org.au wrote:
>> I don't know what linker opinion about this is, obviously, but Vic
>> appears happy with it, and i would think that Linkers have ideas re
> Have you used it?
> How many people can connect simultaneously?
> One of the advantages of the streaming format is that the number of
> viewers is only limited to the server 'power' to feed them on the
> technical side. Because they can't 'talk back', the direction of
> participants isn't needed.
Another option for non-Victorian educators to consider is EdNA Groups
This includes Moodle, rss feeds, a forum, mailing lists, etc, and also
Live Classroom, which appears to be very similar to Elluminate. One
feature that I like is the ability to "archive" a live session, so
that people can join the group later and watch the presentation at
From memory, this has a 25 seat license, and is only for teacher
professional development - not for interaction with students.
Use of EdNA Groups is free of charge to all education-related
Many of the teaching associations I work with are using EdNA mailing
lists and some are finally starting to use Groups as well.
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