What is Videoconferencing?
This movie clip showcases some of what you will see during a Reef Videoconference.
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Wherever you are in the world, experience the Reef with Reef Videoconferencing. During this underwater fact-finding mission, your classroom will be transported to the Coral Reef and Predator exhibits at Reef HQ in Townsville, Australia. State-of-the-art technology unlocks unique teaching and learning experiences, including information delivered live by a scuba diver. Reef Videoconferences are supported by comprehensive teaching materials, and educate students about a range of marine issues.
Videoconferencing is a tool that allows users to see and hear the person they are communicating with. It is exciting, stimulating, easy to use and a great way to involve students in learning about the Great Barrier Reef.
Reef Videoconferences are very different from other multimedia resources, such as video recordings or television presentations, because they are interactive. Reef Videconferences can be facilitated nationally and internationally.
Hump Head Maori Wrasse Movie
This movie clip shows Reef HQ's Maori Wrasse saying hello to the diver during a Reef Videoconference.
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You should not be frightened to utilise
videoconferencing. It is not complicated, technical or beyond your capabilities.
Reef Videoconferences are proudly brought to you by Polycom state of the art videoconferencing technology
Reef Videoconferences are produced in association with TAFE Queensland Videolinq.