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Before teaching with video-linked facilities, you should ask yourself several questions:
VLT rooms have been designed to be as flexible as possible in terms of how they can be used for teaching. Seating and tables can be moved freely and teachers are not tied to the lectern - they have the ability to teach from anywhere in the room with a laptop and wireless control panel. Displays and cameras are highly customisable, meaning that almost any part of the room can be made the 'focus' for the class.
This flexibility highlights the importance of careful planning and class design. Use the VLT Planner to visually plan each class and list activities. You should consider:
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016