Leonard DiFranza believes he's got a home run for educators: The interactive systems technician from the National Baseball Hall of Fame (HOF) was at NECC 2006 to discuss how teachers can use interactive video conferences with HOF staff to engage students and teach core curricular concepts.

In a live demonstration with James Yasko, manager of visitor education, DiFranza showed how HOF staff can use artifacts in the museum to impart knowledge. Yasko was in Cooperstown, N.Y., for the demonstration, and his image appeared on a large screen at the front of the room. ...

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