Monday, January 31, 2011 1:23:00 PM
HIGHTSTOWN, N.J. - Your New Jersey Credit Union League is currently evaluating an HDTV video conferencing delivery system that would allow us to provide real-time education remotely with crystal clear clarity and audio.
NJCUL is considering positioning HDTV delivery solutions at CUs in the Southern and Northern regions of the state, with the League serving as the Central location. This would allow CUs in those areas to attend sessions at these convenient locations, without having to travel to Hightstown. The key to the concept is the sophistication of the units will enable participants to engage in the dialogue as if they were in person.
We'd like to hear your interest in this new education initiative. Please respond to the following poll question:
Would your CU participate in remote delivery education if the technology was sophisticated enough to provide a quality experience?
To take the poll, go the NJCUL home page and cast your vote in the Weekly Poll box on the right-hand side of the page.
We are seeking CU locations that would work for the units. Certain bandwidth requirements are necessary. Please contact Barbara Agin at email@example.com if your CU is interested.