Instructors Control Internet "Classroom"

LearnLinc Pro-Net, from ILINC (Interactive Learning International Corp.), is an Internet virtual classroom that gives instructors control of the "floor," and lets students see and hear participants and share software applications with the instructor. It includes Intel's ProShare Conferencing Video System 200, providing face-to-face interaction, application sharing, and courseware control for instructors and students via ISDN.

Students can raise "electronic hands," be given the floor by the instructor, and be seen and heard by all participants. Audio and video components are instructor-controlled, and LearnLinc Pro-Net is both H.320 and T.120 compliant. ILINC, Troy, NY, (518) 283-8799, www.ilinc.com.

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This article originally appeared in the 08/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.

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