KCET Public Television located at 4404 Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood, California, has a rich history of "bold and original public television programming." In the past the station has delivered exceptional videoconference programs to students, often focusing on careers such as "Careers in Culinary Arts" and "Careers in Science." Recently they have hosted authors to participate in videoconference author tours!
Who: Mitch Aiken, Associate Director, Educational Enterprises
How: email@example.com 1-323-953-5309
Library of Congress in Washington, DC is the Nation's Library, and the largest library in the world. Staff Development programs help educators navigate, search, and use its online multimedia collections of photographs, sound recordings, films, maps, and documents. Presentations by curators provide a glimpse into the riches held at this 200-yr-old institution.
Who: Judy Graves, Digital Project Coordinator
How: firstname.lastname@example.org or 202/707-2562 or
Museum of Television and Radio can be found in Beverly Hills, California. Videoconferencing with the Museum allows teachers and students access to the archive of over 100,000 television and radio programs. These act as a window to the past and present, illuminating significant events in our nation's history and culture. Various programs are available such as "The Civil Rights Movement and Television" and "Planet Earth." The latest program is titled "What Scares You - A Look at Hitchcock!"
Who: Cid Pearlman, Videoconference Coordinator
How: CPearlman@mtr.org 1-310-786-1099
National Museums and Galleries located on Merseyside, Liverpool, England, is a large "multidisciplinary organization covering art, history and science." Remote studies of museum collections are available to students in the United States via videoconferencing! Powerful video-microscopes in the Centre can be connected to the videoconferencing system to help engage students in science studies.
Who: Phil Phillips
How: email@example.com +44-151-478-4213