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HD videoconferencing enables virtual cultural exchanges

AARNet infrastructure enables schools to deploy a diversity of rich media experiences in the classroom to enhance teaching and learning. Experiences such as Asia ConneXions virtual language and cultural exchanges are  available to AARNet-connect schools. Here, students at Knox Grammar School in Sydney’s north converse with students at a school in Korea using Zoom videoconferencing over the AARNet high-speed network. The Asia ConneXions program runs throughout the school year with students meeting every couple of weeks.

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