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Why Webcams Fail

As it turns out there are some serious psychological and physiological reasons for why webcam experiences are necessarily limited to casual conversation.

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Interaction and Collaborative Learning – If, Why and How?

The main purpose of this explorative study was to develop further understanding of factors influencing peer-learner interactions and collaborative learning activities, in an asynchronous computer-mediated learning environment. 

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Video conferencing for EFL 2

Since my first posting on video conferencing, it seems that a whole wealth of other really useful sites have come to my notice, so i thought I'd share a few here.

 

12 second TV is an interesting site for what's being refered to as Microblogging. It enables you to create a kind of video blog message which is 12 seconds long

http://12seconds.tv/

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Video conferencing for EFL

I've just found a really wonderful free video conferencing tool, that allows you to make video calls live, send video emails, make group conference calls and even create a video feed. I've been looking around for something like this for some time now and haven't really come up with anything that was quite what I wanted, but tokbox is really great and has some features I didn't even know I wanted.

 

I made a video demonstration showing how it works which you can watch and listen to here if you are curious:

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