Institute Offers Its Broadcasts on Video

The Institute for Academic Technology (IAT) makes available videotapes of its broadcasts from the past three years, covering a broad range of issues for K-12 and college educators:

"From Reality to Virtuality: New Tools for Distributed Learning" talks with pioneers of virtual reality about its potential for creating dynamic and engaging learning environments.

"Higher Education / K-12 Connection: Using Technology to Assist Public Schools" explores the possibilities of collaboration between public schools, higher education institutions, federal and state governments and the private sector.

"Libraries: Today's Issues, Tomorrow's Challenges" presents solutions to several challenges confronting library professionals.

Some other videos cover computer conferencing, the National Information Infrastructure and campus networking. Institute for Academic Technology, Durham, NC, (919) 405-1942, www.iat.unc.edu.

This article originally appeared in the 04/01/1996 issue of THE Journal.

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