The Catholic Internet Television Network (CITVN) is a global Catholic academic videoconference forum and social network. Think of CITVN as a Catholic version of FORA or TED TV and Catholic Worker virtual roundtable discussions for the clarification of thought.
Featured academic presentations are distributed for free each month to 132,651 thought leaders located in 121 countries who are engaged in ethical issues and research. Lectures function as an invitation to participate in a global webconference event. CITVN is the United States Regional Representative for Global Ethics Network.
CITVN is a member of:
CITVN College Forum topics include:
Architecture Arts & Letters
Business & Economics
Law & Society
Peace & Justice
Religion & Ethics
Science & Engineering
There are three dimensions to CITVN:
VIRTUAL ACADEMIC COMMUNITIES – CITVN provides a free academic webconference social network featuring an automated video publishing system. Tools include: custom group page, video channels with academic categories, event scheduling, forums, blogs, members, moderation controls, and social network integration.
CITVN COLLEGE FORUM provides free interactive HD video-synced-to-PowerPoint documentary of keynote lectures, global distribution and AdobeConnect webconference event management services for universities and associations. If you are a conference organizer and would like to document a Keynote lecture or organize a global webconference event, please contact me.
CITVN is not just about audio … or video … or PowerPoint
CITVN presentations weave together, in a tightly synchronized fashion:
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The Catholic Internet Television Network (CITVN) is a global Catholic academic videoconference forum and social network. Think of CITVN as a Catholic version of FORA or TED TV and Catholic Worker virtual roundtable discussions for the…