Desktop Videoconferencing in Distance Education: From Revolution to Evolution

Friday, February 24 | 9:30AM–10:15AM | Capital Ballroom B - 2nd Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
Desktop videoconferencing in distance education dates back to the early 1990s. Nevertheless, asynchronous communication tools have continued to dominate the distance-education scene. From interesting experiment to exciting frontier, desktop videoconferencing has quietly moved from revolution to evolution, and it's time we gave it a second look.


  • Rene Corbeil

    Assistant Professor, Educational Technology, University of Texas at Brownsville-Texas Southmost College

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