Videoconferencing makes its mark on Boston schools

10/18/2010 | Network World

Some Boston-area schools are using Internet 2, which offers high-speed service that outperforms traditional commercial connections, for videoconferencing and other video services -- allowing teachers and students to dial into lectures and online field trips. The Internet 2 network is used by higher-education institutions, and in the Boston area, some have donated leftover bandwidth to local schools.

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