How are advanced networks and applications used at my institution and across North Dakota?
Primary examples of use include:
- Shared courses by high school and post secondary undergraduate, graduate and continuing education delivered online and by videoconference,
- Research communities engaged in interactive collaboration, distributed data storage and data mining; large-scale, multi-site computation; real-time access to remote resources’ dynamic data visualization and shared virtual reality,
- Curriculum Enrichment for the classroom: videoconference-based content programs and collaborative activities aligned to curriculum standards.
Examples of existing projects and activities
- Civil Engineering: Advanced Materials Laboratory
- Electron Microscopy Center
- Contact the lab to schedule your classroom session
- Megaconference (in 2008 North Dakota celebrated as a ten year participant in this global multipoint videoconference!)
- World Wide Web Instructional Committee (WWWIC)
- Shared courses and professional development workshops with sites at university and K12 schools across the state
- Higher Ed Courses managed by North Dakota Interactive Video Network (IVN)
- K12 Courses managed by North Dakota Information Technology Department (ITD)
- Professional Development and Continuing Education classes for K12 educators provided by the Universities and EduTech