Presented by ASA’s Lifetime Education and Renewal Network (LEARN)
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Includes Complimentary CEUs
This session highlights the basics of starting a videoconferencing program in a CCRC facility. It will provide an overview of the videoconferencing industry, information on content providers, and describe equipment choices. Samples of content will be offered in the session to further participants’ awareness of options. Participants will learn where to find content providers and ways to use videoconferencing in their facilities.
Participants in this web seminar will be able to:
- Understand ways in which CCRC residents can remain involved in and interact with the community through live videoconferencing;
- Develop an appreciation of how videoconferencing provides access to institutions of higher learning as well as cultural and multi-generational programming;
- Understand how videoconferencing can be used for professional development; and,
- List resources for starting a videoconferencing program for residents, including information on how to find content providers.
Dale Hilton has worked as a museum educator for twenty-four years and has directed the Cleveland Museum of Art’s distance learning program since its inception in 1999. She oversees lesson production, teacher-client relations, scheduling, development of companion publications to distance learning lessons, and has extensive on-camera experience in presenting videoconferences.