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Excellent article and site dedicated to teaching using technology. I often find that like the old saying goes “You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink”. As technicians and support professionals, we teach people how to operate the technology but we need to do better at teaching them how to really use it.
UVI’s Radio Station WUVI Broadcasts to UVI and BeyondWednesday, January 30, 2013
The University of the Virgin Islands has its own radio station, WUVI 1090 AM “The Voice of the University.” WUVI is a student-run, managed and operated radio station that is part of UVI’s Communication Department. Broadcasting from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. seven days a week, WUVI transmits at 250 watts, reaching the United States and British Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico and as far south as Dominica. The station broadcasts original student-produced content, Caribbean music, talk shows, news, and information relevant to the UVI community, the Territory and the region.
- WUVI’s schedule is available at this direct link. > Click here
- See more photos from the opening at UVI Today... > Click here
Wednesday, February 6, 2013
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There is a lot of great advice in this article and anyone involved with distance learning technology should read this carefully. Thanks to those who spent the time doing the research. I know that we here at the University of the Virgin Islands have seen much of this over the years. Just spend some time getting to know what you’re working with and you will be rewarded with success.
The ability to reach people anywhere using what you find convenient to use is going to dramatically improve the ease of communication. Getting connected to the right people in the right place has always been a speed bump in the process. I’m excited to see all of the new developments that Polycom has put out there recently.