Schools use videoconferencing software to share teachers

10/17/2010 | Shelbyville Times-Gazette (Tenn.)

Educators in Bedford County, Tenn., are using videoconferencing software to simultaneously teach the same class at different schools. The classes are provided on a delay but officials hope to soon stream them in real time to allow students to better interact with the teachers. The lessons are also recorded so sick or absent students can view them. Officials say videoconferencing helps schools share limited resources.

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