Effective teaching via distance education doesn’t just happen. It happens — by design. This Web site provides you with the context and specifics of distance education design through the expertise of Instructional Communications Systems (ICS), University of Wisconsin-Extension (UW-Extension).
Instructional Communications Systems provides interactive technologies for distance learning. We believe in fully integrating technology into the teaching and learning environment by making interactive technologies an integral and transparent part of your course, program, or meeting. We don't think technology is an "all or nothing" solution, but we do believe that technology is another tool to help you achieve your goals. We can help you blend these technologies seamlessly into your work.
Audioconferencing: Efficiency and Savings
The WisLine Teleconference Service allows you to communicate with one or several hundred people with the ease of a phone call.
Videoconferencing: Engaging and Dynamic
Interactive videoconferencing keeps you within sight and sound of your audience without traveling.
Webconferencing: Interactivity on the Web
WisLine Web combines the ease of a WisLine audio conference call with the power of visually interactive Web-based materials.
Streaming: Continuous Access to Media
Streaming allows the digital transfer of audio, video, or Webconferences live for viewing or listening via the Internet, or to archive a conference for later playback.
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