From: Cindy Lee Duckert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Mar 10 2003 - 16:57:19 EST
At 03:17 PM 3/10/2003, you wrote:
>Okay, I am going to show all of you how much I DON'T know...when you said
>they will aired on the Channel via broadband stream on our website...how can
>I access that? I would love to get #7 since the media center at my school
>forgot. I want to do this for credit and all the course work is due in May.
This is how I get them
if you go to learner.org
you will see a screen in the middle of the first page that says "watch it now"
click on that and make sure your sound is up and you can see the webcast of
you do need a "fast" connection - we have a DSL line and that works. The
very first webcast I ever used (for a geography course) I could only hear
as the DSL was not yet up. That worked fine as I was consulting the
paperwork I got after registering for the course.
Also on the front page of the website is a "Find Programs" area - type in
Reactions and you'll get the homepage for this course. On the left side of
that page has the broadcast dates - which are Wednesdays , Eastern time : 8
, 12 , 4 and repeats later in the day. The 8 time (both times) is a
repeat of the previous week. The system was down once during this course,
but the videos repeat starting in June and again in September.
The downside is that you can't stop the videos or watch them again easily
Cindy Lee Duckert, email@example.com