Interactive Video Conferencing Network

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The Interactive Video Conferencing Network promotes the understanding of interactive video conferencing (IVC) and related virtual learning technologies within the K–12 education community by advancing collaboration, information dissemination, research and best practices


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  • IVC Award Nominations Now OPEN!

    Nominate yourself or a colleague! The ISTE Interactive Videoconferencing Network is excited to announce two award opportunities! One will be given to an outstanding educator (teacher, administrator, coordinator, etc...) and their role in videoconferencing. The second award will be for an outstanding informal educator (content provider, individual, organization, etc...) and their use of videoconferencing in the field. Register with the link below!
  • Make sure to vote!

    The deadline to vote for your favorite sessions is January 26th! Be sure to vote for the sessions that you are most interested in. I've posted several IVC related sessions in the Discussions. Feel free to post your sessions there as well!
  • And the Winner of the Amazon Gift Card Is.....

    Congratulations Ms. Shawn Lloyd, Library Media Specialist at Alexandria City Public Schools, Alexandria, VA! Ms. Lloyd is the winner of a $40 Amazon gift card. We hope that you enjoy this gift! Thank you to everyone that completed the survey!

Community Blogs

  • ​I’m a San Marino (CA) High School US Government teacher and at the start of every semester, I direct my students to form an “interest group”, consisting of 3-5 members.The goal of the interest group, I tell my students, is to do something that will improve ...

  • On Friday we celebrated Digital Learning Day by delivering our first program using our new mobile videoconferencing cart. We used Google Hangouts to send a program from our temporary exhibit called Oh Baby! Lifecycles of the Sea . We connected with students ...