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Video linked teaching (VLT) is an effective way to deliver highly engaging, interactive classes between the Manawatu (Turitea) and Albany campuses. The facilities can also be used to link to any ‘standard’ videoconferencing facility to create up to a three location link. VLT rooms are equipped with an impressive array of cameras and display devices, along with flexible seating and tables which offer a huge amount of potential for teaching in a variety of different styles across a video link. The flexible nature of these spaces does however put a large onus on careful curriculum and lesson planning. Before you begin to use VLT, it is advisable to consider the impact on teaching and learning, as well as administration, at programme and paper levels. Contact a teaching consultant from your campus Centre for Teaching and Learning for more information and support.
Some questions that you should think about and discuss at a higher, programmatic level:
What VLT looks like at the individual course level, associated planning and curriculum development:
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Last updated on Wednesday 04 January 2017