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HEC-TV LIVE! are live, free interactive programs that connect classrooms with experts from various fields through videoconferencing. The Higher Education Channel Television (HEC-TV) in St. Louis, Missouri, and is non-profit corporation, and its mission statement is “strengthening and promoting education, arts, and cultural communities.”
Several of our schools have connected to HEC-TV LIVE! videoconfereces in the past. By clicking on the logo to the upper right, you can see archived videoconferences like Freedom Suits, Slavery and American Justice, Inside the Artist’s Studio, and programs on immigration in America.
If you are going to ISTE 2010 (formerly known as NECC) in Denver this summer, you have a chance too see Tim Gore and Helen Headrick present on the success of HEC-TV LIVE!. In the meantime, make sure to visit The Wired Classroom for upcoming program opportunites with HEC-TV LIVE!