Moultrie Observer


May 2, 2014

Students have video conference lesson

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About 130 students from Colquitt County High School took part of this educational lesson, yesterday, that had four other schools as far away as Alaska. The students spoke live with a pathologist in Ohio while watching a video of an autopsy.

The pathologist first spoke on her background and education. Then, the students watched and asked questions as she explained the autopsy procedure.

The video conference was done over high speed fiber internet transmission provided by CNS.

This video is courtesy of Colquitt County High School and CNS.

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