You may participate in this presentation by:
  • blogging about it (tag your post merlot2007onlap)
  • photographing/recording/making a video of it and displaying your production online (remember to tag it using merlot2007onlap)

BEFORE AND AFTER

DURING
  • listening to it and interacting with the online participants and presenter directly from the Merlot Conference Room.
  • listening to it online from your home through the webcast (see explanation below) being streamed from the Webheads in Action page
  • listening to it through the webcast and interacting online through chat with participants on Boracay Island in Second Life (you need to become a member of SL and download the SL software first if you do not have it)
  • listening to it through the webcast and interacting through chat with participants in Alado.
  • listening to it through the webcast, interacting through chat with participants inside Second Life. (see co-presenters in the communities)
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A Live Interactive Webcast is basically like a global radio show that is produced and accessed via the internet. A discussion between two or more more parties using a telephony program is streamed live so that many listeners can tune in and, when desired, call in to the show host and participate in the discussion. These shows usually include the use of a text chat room so that listeners and discussion participants can communicate with each other during the show. Telephony + Two-way audio capturing + live streaming = Live Interactive Webcasting. (Source - Webcast Academy Curriculum)