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LIVE FROM MARS 2001: Mars Conference

Mars Virtual Teacher Training Conference

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REMOTE HOST SITE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

ROLE OF NASA AND PASSPORT TO KNOWLEDGE:

  • Provide and coordinate conference activities in Washington D.C.
  • Provide presentation and curricular materials via a Web site and email as appropriate
  • Provide preconference agenda for review and discussion
  • Provide information that can be used to encourage attendance at the virtual conference (to be supplemented with your own information...)
  • Provide NASA TV, Cu-SeeMe, MBONE, Conference Transcription for WebChat, and RealAudio signals
  • Coordinate a WebChat in late June to provide a forum for problem resolution and discussion

ROLE OF REMOTE HOST SITES:

  • Promote the conference to interested parties
  • Become familiar with presentation materials in advance
  • Provide conference materials to attendees
  • Provide location and technology to view and hear proceedings, as well as interact

    (Unfortunately, NASA and Passport to Knowledge will not be able to provide individual consulting to assist with special connectivity for the conference. We encourage you to use the mail list to find assistance.)