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Facilitating at the Crossroads: The Emergence of Multiple Venue Productions/Presentations (MVPs)

This paper describes the logistical and pedagogical elements of facilitating a “multiple venue production/presentation” (MVP). An MVP is defined as a synchronous event with both an online and face-to-face audience. The case study is based on a professional development workshop conducted at the ION – Faculty Summer Institute in May 2004. Virtual classroom software from Elluminate Live was used to connect an online facilitator, based in Minneapolis, with a f2f workshop in Springfield, IL. The paper explores the key role of the facilitator in being “pedagogically intentional” toward both audiences. Recommendations are made on how to incorporate MVPs into professional development and higher education courses.
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