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Ecke, Peter – Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, 2008
In this article, I review the options that teachers and students have to obtain German TV in the U.S.: through satellite and cable networks and by streaming, downloading, or recording TV programs through the internet. I also address how one can access TV programs over the air in the German-speaking countries by using a notebook PC and TV card.
Descriptors: German, Television, Foreign Countries, Internet
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Ecke, Peter – Unterrichtspraxis/Teaching German, 2008
In this article, I review the options that teachers and students have to obtain German TV in the U.S.: through satellite and cable networks and by streaming, downloading, or recording TV programs through the internet. I also address how one can access TV programs over the air in the German-speaking countries by using a notebook PC and TV card.
Descriptors: German, Television, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction
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Seok, Soonhwa; DaCosta, Boaventura – Journal of Online Learning Research, 2020
The misuse of the Internet that takes advantage of adolescents and young adults' lack of understanding along with their growing online presence has left them at risk. A study comprising 1,092 South Korean high school students investigated ways in which adolescents and young adults may be exploited while engaged in popular and everyday online…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Internet, High School Students, Violence
Caladine, Richard – Information Science Publishing, 2008
Online learning is transcending from the text-rich educational experience of the past to a video- and audio-rich learning transformation. The greater levels of media-rich content and media-rich interaction that are currently prevalent in online leisure experiences will help to increase e-learning's future efficiency and effectiveness. "Enhancing…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Educational Technology, Futures (of Society), Educational Trends
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Clark, Thomas; Stewart, Julie – Business Communication Quarterly, 2007
In the last 20 years, the Internet has evolved from simply conveying text and then still photographs and music to the present-day medium in which individuals are contributors and consumers of a nearly infinite number of professional and do-it-yourself videos. In this dynamic environment, new generations of Internet users are streaming video and…
Descriptors: Internet, Information Retrieval, Interactive Video, Resource Centers
Pritchard, Kate – School Library Journal, 2010
It's not always easy to get teens talking. But when the author became a young adult specialist at the Wilbraham (Massachusetts) Public Library four years ago, that's exactly what she had to do. Her main mission was to bring in as many high schoolers as possible. She needed to find out exactly what they wanted from the library. when she asked them…
Descriptors: Web Sites, Electronic Publishing, Music, Reading Programs
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Dupagne, Michel; Stacks, Don W.; Giroux, Valerie Manno – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2007
This study examines whether video streaming can reduce trait and state communication apprehension, as well as improve communication competence, in public speaking classes. Video streaming technology has been touted as the next generation of video feedback for public speaking students because it is not limited by time or space and allows Internet…
Descriptors: Public Speaking, Control Groups, Anxiety, Internet
Mainhart, Robert; Gerraughty, James; Anderson, Kristine M. – Association of Small Computer Users in Education (ASCUE), 2004
Concisely defined, "streaming media" is moving video and/or audio transmitted over the Internet for immediate viewing/listening by an end user. However, at Saint Francis University's Center of Excellence for Remote and Medically Under-Served Areas (CERMUSA), streaming media is approached from a broader perspective. The working definition includes…
Descriptors: Internet, Multimedia Materials, Teaching Methods, Interactive Video
Avgerakis, George; Waring, Becky – New Media, 1997
Corporate training, financial services, entertainment, and education are among the top applications for streaming video servers, which send video to the desktop without downloading the whole file to the hard disk, saving time and eliminating copyrights questions. Examines streaming video technology, lists ten tips for better net video, and ranks…
Descriptors: Copyrights, Education, Equipment Evaluation, Financial Services
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Lipscomb, George B.; Guenther, Lisa Marie; McLeod, Perry – Social Education, 2007
In social studies, the incorporation of technology presents some unique opportunities. With such innovations as blogging, interactive mapping, digital resources and others entering social studies classrooms, there is great potential for teachers, but it is hard to know where to begin. In this article, the authors focus on one familiar, yet rapidly…
Descriptors: Historical Interpretation, Social Studies, Technology Integration, Technological Literacy
Buchanan, Larry – MultiMedia Schools, 1997
Describes how to connect to the RealAudio Web site to download a player that provides sound from Web pages to the computer through streaming technology. Explains hardware and software requirements and provides addresses for other RealAudio Web sites are provided, including weather information and current news. (LRW)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Communications, Computer Selection, Computer Software, Downloading