Texas Center for Educational Technology

All of the videos have a time limit, so I can schedule how much time is needed for viewing.
Max Butler
Art Teacher, Mina Elementary, Bastrop ISD

External Products Division

Thing TCET entered the world of educational technology as a statewide educational technology research and development center. Today, TCET continues with that mission and is able to deliver a host of educational technology related services. One of the services TCET can deliver to your classroom is a robust Web-based multimedia solution as outlined below.

Multimedia Elements

  • Synchronized Multimedia: Video, text, animation, audio, etc.
  • Database Driven: Content updates, ease of maintenance, searchable, user-friendly, etc.
  • Interactive:Hands-on, asynchronous branching, user-directed, etc.
  • Individualized: Unique learning styles, educational needs, cognitive concerns, etc.
  • Shared Community: Shared objects, avatars, conferencing, etc.
  • Future Shock: Absolute user experience.

Logistics

  • Scripting:Narration, staging, storyboarding, etc.
  • Shooting: Set-up, lighting, camera angles, etc.
  • Audio Recording: Set-up, lighting, camera angles, etc.
  • Programming: Learning management system, interactivity, user concerns, etc.
  • Teamwork: Schedules, talent, etc.

TCET can facilitate your educational technology needs with custom made applications. Contact us to see how we can work with you.

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