On Wed, 6/24/09, Glen Warren, Coordinator of Media Resources for Orange County Department of Education announced a test broadcast of a new monthly half-hour broadcast called Library LIVE! The show will feature the latest news in Library Media issues and trends. Here is Glen's announcement:
Library LIVE! will be providing a live test broadcast for school librarians through the California K12 High Speed Network on Thursday, June 25th, from 3:00pm to 3:30pm. (Pacific) This will be the prototype of the live monthly, half hour, broadcast for the 2009-2010 school year.
Thursday's Library LIVE! line up will include:
1. The Winner Twins (award winning, authors who are 13 years old)
2. Digital Literacy News
3. Your Ideas for the 2009-2010 School Year
There are two ways to connect to the broadcast. One through live web streaming and the other through a video conferencing unit (like polycom or Tandberg).
We are most interested in testing the live video streaming chat feature. This allows for live interactive chat through most district firewalls.
Here is the link for the live video streaming connection:
Please use the link a few minutes before the broadcast time to make sure you have the proper plugins.
If you have videoconferencing equipment, feel free to connect using the IP address or the CalREN number:
IP Address: 184.108.40.206
CalREN Number: 534 000 4097
Please contact Glen Warren at the Orange County Department of Education with feedback of any technical challenges encountered directly at firstname.lastname@example.org after the broadcast.
Coordinator of Media Resources
Orange County Department of Education
200 Kalmus Drive
3001 Red Hill
Costa Mesa, California 92626
If your school already has a videoconferencing unit like Polycom or Tandberg, be sure to register your equipment's IP address with Glen. This is an excellent use of your existing technology. Hopefully, you have the unit in your library already. Glen will be showcasing Library LIVE! and uses of interactive videoconferencing at the CSLA annual conference this Fall. He has invited Tandberg to exhibit and demonstrate their videoconferencing equipment at the conference, so come prepared to learn what is new and cool.
Sunday, June 28, 2009
Library LIVE! -- from the Orange County Department of Education
Posted by Jackie S, 2.0 project manager at 7:32 AM
Labels: advocacy, School Librarians, videoconferencing
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