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  1. Tech Tune UpSpring 2010 Learning More About Internet2/MAGPI Presented by: Susan Darlington

  2. Agenda • What is Internet2? • How we use it at MCCC • MAGPI Fellows Program • Brainstorming

  3. What Is Internet2?

  4. Internet 2 - Defined • Universities among first to outgrow Internet’s bandwidth limitations • Joined with government and industry partners to create the University Corporation for Advanced Internet Development (UCAID) • Provides the U.S. research and education community with a network that satisfies their bandwidth-intensive requirements • http://www.internet2.edu/

  5. Internet 2 Provider • MAGPI • provides regional infrastructure and promotes applications for the region's research and education communities • http://www.magpi.net/ • Monthly “Associate Member” Fee

  6. Reference: http://k20.internet2.edu/connectivity

  7. Connectivity Stats U.S. Reference: http://k20.internet2.edu/connectivity

  8. Technical Requirements • Video Conferencing system(s) • (H.323 compliant) • Member of MAGPI • College Audio/Video person

  9. How we Use it at MCCC

  10. Education Collaboration

  11. Philadelphia Orchestra

  12. Virtual Visiting Scholar

  13. Review Internet2 Offerings • Access MAGPI Programs • http://www.magpi.net/Programs-Events • Look externally and internally • A Stravinsky Conversation • MAGPI website • Distinguished Lecture Series • Business and Computer Science Dept • Global Classroom Exchange – Psychology • Explore effects of culture on our identities

  14. MAGPI Fellows PROGRAM

  15. Acceptance into Fellowship • Complete application form • Submit evidence of creative teaching using technology • Design a prospective collaborative project • Submit letter of recommendation

  16. Goals and Requirements • “Designed to offer experiences to foster construction of learning communities” • Create 2 collaborative projects • Attend field trip and I2 conference • Attend virtual training sessions • Participate in online learning community • Present program to district/school

  17. Introduction • Teams • Global Studies Team • Life Sciences Team • Social Sciences Team! • Summer Institute • Met all of the fellows and introduced to team members

  18. 2010 MAGPI Fellows

  19. Collaborative Projects • Project 1 • Looking to the Past for Hope in the Future • Middle school students learned about the Holocaust • Two video conferences • Created wiki

  20. Collaborative Projects • Project 2 • Picture This! Fitting In , Standing Out • ESL Students will collaboratively create a design theme and an implementation plan for a mural • Currently a WIP

  21. Field Trip • Washington, DC! • Visited Georgetown University’s Global Classroom • Had lunch with Jeff Curley from Our Courts • Visited the Library of Congress

  22. Photos from Field Trip

  23. Summary • Developed lifelong friendships • Obtained great ideas for using Internet2 in the classroom • Feel much more comfortable using the video conferencing technology • Learned about the many sites and resources available for collaboration

  24. How do you think you could use Internet2 at your institution? What would you think of the MAGPI Fellow’s experience? Brainstorming

  25. Thank you for your participation