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Traditionally, videoconferencing refers to the use of video and audio to facilitate communication and interactions between individuals in different geographical locations. A good example: videophones are now widely used by deaf people in this country to communicate with each other and with hearing people through video relay services. In the context of the classroom scenario the paper just described, videoconferencing involves more than showing talking head videos of the participants. Besides seeing and hearing one another, teachers and learners must have show-and-tell capabilities, using PowerPoint slides to present a lecture and a whiteboard for brainstorming, jotting down ideas and points, drawing sketches, diagrams, charts, etc.
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