Sample of how other participating
universities are using Internet2:
part of the Virtual Los Angeles and the Virtual World Data Server projects,
the UCLA Dept. of Architecture and Urban Design (AUD) is building a real-time
simulation model of the entire Los Angeles basin. Applicable to Engineering
and Environmental Design Departments.
Interviews with Holocaust Survivors
This project provides captioned videos of interviews with Holocaust survivors
and accompanying pedagogical materials. Applicable to Foreign Language
(German), History and Education Departments.
Old English AudioCorpus Project
This project provides spoken versions of Old English texts. High-speed
connectivity allows for the transmission of much longer and higher quality
recordings. Applicable to Linguistics, English, History and Education
and the Fine Arts
Power Point presentation put together by Oklahoma State shows how Internet2
can be used in Fine Art departments.
Applicable to Drama, Music, Art, Dance Departments.
The Chesapeake Bay Virtual Environment (CBVE)
This project is an application that simulates the ecosystem of the Chesapeake
Bay and allows users to study it visually.
Applicable to Geology ..... Departments.
and Governance in Post-colonial Africa
Tthe Berkeley-Stanford Joint Center for African Studies will offer a jointly
taught colloquium on ìDemocracy and Governance in Post-colonial
Africaî employing Internet2 connectivity for synchronous videoconferencing
and real-time, remote collaboration.
to History, Political Science, International Relations and Social Sciences
Born Thermal Monitoring
HOTSPOTS ties together various sources of near-real-time data acquired
by different Earth-observing satellites and processed by scientists at
the Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology, University of Hawaii.
Applicable to Geology, Physics, Astronomy Departments.
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