A one hour discussion was held with 42 participants at the 2007 ASP COSMOS in the Classroom Conference at P0mona College on August 4, 2007. The goal of the discussion was to learn and to share from other participants about how people are using remote control telescopes in the teaching of introductory astronomy (hereafter ASTRO 101) for non-science majors. Each participant was surveyed and asked: (i) how are you using remotely controlled telescopes in teaching ASTRO 101? (ii) if you are not using remotely controlled telescopes in teaching ASTRO 101, what do you need in order to start?; (iii) if you could do anything you wanted to in teaching ASTRO 101, what would you do with remotely controlled telescopes?; and (iv) what remotely controlled telescopes are they aware of that other participants should know about and use? Each participant completed a survey at the beginning of the session and were invited volunteer to provide their email address to be included in a future email mailing list.