SRTNC Distance Learning

The SRTNC Network is a fully interactive video distance learning network utilizing the latest in HD videocoference technologies to allow course and content sharing to expand and enhance educational opportunities for its members.   SRTNC is built upon BadgerNet’s BlueJeans® infrastructure providing inoperability between H.323, SIP, Jabber, Zoom, Skype, and other videoconference systems.

PROGRAMMING:

SRTNC provides a fully interactive environment for a variety of live video and blended K-12, UW, and TC courses available for your students.  Members can also provide courses to schools statewide utilizing a variety of interactive technologies from distance learning classrooms, mobile carts, desktop/laptop computers, and mobile devices. 

VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS:

Teachers and students can participate in a variety of virtual field trips, where SRTNC can bring live programs to enhance your curriculum.   The Cleveland Zoo, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Museum of Tolerance, Professional Career Counselors, and NASA are just a start of the list of programs available via SRTNC.

STUDENTS & LEADERS NETWORK:

Serves as a bridge to identify and involve experts and leaders with the educational system by providing live, interactive videoconferencing and web site stored video discussions on topics that provide information and insight on careers and life challenges for students, teachers and parents.

TECHNICAL SUPPORT:

SRTNC’s trained staff will assist your school in installing, configuring, and maintaining your video distance learning equipment to provide the best experience possible for your students.

MEETINGS - STAFF DEVELOPMENT - COMMUNITY PROGRAMS:

Videoconference rooms, mobile carts, Mac/PC computers, iOS, and Android devices can be connected to provide a rich multimedia experience, plus cutting travel costs.   SRTNC provides access to conduct your meetings, staff development programs, and community programs.

MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS:

Your membership also provides on site training, grant writing, and help desk support.  Programming Committee members help promote and generate classes to serve the needs of all students.   Members participate in Governing Board meeting to set policy and to encourage collaboration between all members.

 

Last Updated: 2/15/17
  • CESA 3
  • 1300 Industrial Drive,
  • Fennimore, WI 53809
  • Phone: 608.822.3276
  • Fax: 608.822.3828