How to attend a live performance in 3DWebWorldz.
Student performance or professional.
Music, theater, commentary
How a person can use a browser to attend live presentations in a digital place on the web. And how schools can leverage that capability to enhance their educational offerings.
Educational use cases
- Student concerts: The whole family can attend from anywhere.
- Student theater: The resulting video goes into student portfolios.
- Student reports and commentary: Results from project-based learning.
- Professional lectures: Part of the school's educational program.
- Instructional videos: To be followed by class discussion and assignments.
- Note that any of these can have family presence and participation.
- How do you do it?
- What does it cost?
- What does the 3D location add?
- How many people can attend?
- Answers after the break
- Update 4/21/2020. Multi-college diversity in Kitely. 2020 Learning Revolution Kitely upgrades for better scalability
The 3D place
- How video streaming can amplify your educational event
- How to Go Live with Live Streaming School Video
What does it cost?
- 5 Best Live Streaming Service Providers For Your School
- The above information may be old--check the link below
- Best live streaming services
- Compare it to the cost of the janitorial service on a physical auditorium,
What does the 3D location add?
- If you live-stream to individuals, they watch as individuals.
- If you live-stream to groups, they watch as groups.
- The group may be an extended family (from all over the globe).
- Or it may be a discussion section in a class.
- They can chat in text during the show.
- They can chat in voice before and after the show.
- That kind of interaction develops a sense of shared presence.
- That discussion section can produce a set of shared notes.
- And they can benefit from those notes in the subsequent discussion.
How many people can attend?
- Can a class of a hundred attend?
- There is no such thing as a class of a hundred.
- With that number you have an audience,
- If all you want them to do is listen, make a video and put it on YouTube.
- Millions can watch that if they want to.
- Educators will want students to discuss and evaluate what they heard.
- To get that to happen, you spread that audience over 10 3D places.
- And put about ten people in each room.
Use the advantages of a live presentation
- A presentation does not have to be merely a one-way delivery.
- The discussion groups can generate questions and comments for the presenter.
- Then the presenter can respond.
- That makes the presentation a two-way conversation.
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