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Video conferencing units case study

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Schools and facilities use video conferencing equipment across the state for a variety of purposes.  Forest Hill College Deaf Facility and Shepparton High Deaf Facility have just commenced a Friday lunchtime students’ social networking group. Students from Shepparton and Forest Hill College hooked up with Tony Salisbury (Forest Hill’s Deaf Chaplin/student mentor) for a meet-and-greet and sharing of information. It was a huge success, opening the door to new friendships and an expansion of social support, particularly for the students at Shepparton. Students have requested this become a regular event and plan to hold future social networking meetings at Friday lunchtime. 

We would to know and showcase other examples of what schools are doing with the equipment so please send your stories and feedback to martin.sally.a@edumail.vic.gov.au