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Links 1 through 10 of 213 by Vance Stevens tagged vancestevens

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This report describes a project whose purpose was to write a brief demonstration lesson in listening comprehension and then deliver that lesson using and Apple II+ computer interfaced with a Sony SL-323 Betamax video cassette recorder (VCR) using a Gentech ETS-2000 controller. The listening comprehension lesson and hardware configuration were demonstrated as part of the Rap Session on The Latest Developments in Video ESL/EFL Materials at the TESOL Convention in Honolulu, May, 1982.

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Vance's TESOL presentation is here 2011

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when suddenly the datashow projector went blue I saw quickly that this happened because my laptop had gone into sleep mode and now that it had got my attention I could see it had done that because the power light was not on, meaning it had been running on battery all that time. So I excused myself and got down on my hands and knees and crawled under the table where the drapes on the table were concealing the real problem. When the workers had brought the speakers they had needed a place to plug them in, so they had created one by unplugging the charger to my laptop.

This could have been a momentary hitch except that the wiring was done with supermarket adaptors so when I removed the plug for the speakers and plugged in the power cord for my laptop there was a surge that knocked out power to the projector and also to the router, so that suddenly not only had the laptop and projector died, but the room was without Internet

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This is the link to my PP107 course on PP 107: Multiliteracies for Collaborative Learning Environments

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