A OneNet video conference took place on Friday, December 14, 2001 from 9:00 am -10:45 am at the Oklahoma Regents for Higher Education.
OneNet discussion - Mr. Johnson explained that the capabilities of OneNet varied from state to state. He informed the participants that today’s conference was being conducted through H.323 which was also available in at least 1000 if not as many as 2000 classrooms in Oklahoma. He also reported that Oklahoma is the busiest IP based network which can allow for instantaneous K- 12 meetings easily and economically. He added that both North Carolina and Arkansas are internet 2 facilities which will enable hook ups to help facilitate instruction. Mark Parker inquired as to the capability of all the schools to observe and see what is going on with Oklahoma A+ schools programs and Mr. Johnson responded that any state with SEG-P (Shared Educational Group Participation) will be capable of hook up and that there is an increase in technology with a bright future for good quality and low cost.
The DaVinci Institute, "Video Conference on Oklahoma A+ Schools: December 14, 2001" (2001). Minutes and Agendas. 6.