NASA Spinoff Database: Satellite Videoconferences

NASA Center: Langley Research Center
Public Release Year: 1990
Reference Number: LARC-SO-145
Category:
Origin: NASA's Educational Programs

Abstract:
NASA is helping thousands of teachers to learn more about aerospace matters, improve their classroom skills, and expand significantly the content of their aerospace education curricula by means of live educational satellite videoconferences. The 1 1/2 hour Update for Teachers" programs originate at Oklahoma State University (OSU) Telecommunications Center. The television signals are transmitted to the WESTAR IV communications satellite which remits them to participating schools across the U.S. and in parts of Mexico and Canada. The schools are equipped with small home style satellite reception dishes. Education Satellite Videoconference programs are conducted four times yearly covering a variety of aerospace subjects. Teachers can call toll-free and have questions answered after the speaker's presentations. Information about NASA educational resources and how to obtain them will be provided."

Full Article:
http://hdl.handle.net/hdl:2060/20020086966

Page Number in Published book: 55
Manufacturer: NASA HEADQUARTERS
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