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Videoconferencing for Teaching and Learning

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  pdf Foreword Dr Paul Clark
pdf Introduction
pdf Videoconferencing in education
The Casestudies
pdf Diploma in German for secondary teachers by distance learning. Alison Borthwick
pdf Discussing the Euro Inés Carradice
pdf National Learning Network for Remote Sensing Charles Duncan
pdf Delivery of research methods teaching Alison Galloway
pdf Guest seminars for Design History & Contemporary Studies Marlene Ivey
pdf Sharing lectures for teaching undergraduate Surgery Gordon Jameson
pdf Using videoconferencing for research seminar presentations Dawn Lamond
pdf Teaching by videoconference - a guerrilla approach Sean Milligan
pdf Videoconferencing in Mathematics Neil Pitcher
pdf A Doctoral Viva by videoconference Michael Pitt
pdf Videoconferencing to provide highly interactive learning environments Jonathan Side
pdf Entrepreneurship: report on multi-national, multi-disciplinary team projects Bryan Temple
pdf Lessons for lessons
pdf Further information
pdf A. Technical basics for videoconferencing
pdf B. A videoconferencing minimal manual
pdf C. Guidelines for examinations by videoconference

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First Published 1999 ISBN 0 952 8731 8 4

Edited by Wilma Alexander, Carol Higgison and Nora Mogey

©1999 TALiSMAN, LTDI and the original authors

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Thanks are due to the case study authors, to the University of Edinburgh and the University of the Highlands and Islands Project for their contributions to this publication.

LTDI - The Learning Technology Dissemination Initiative and TALiSMAN - Teaching and Learning in Scottish Metropolitan Area Networks were funded by the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council


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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information in this book, the publishers wish to emphasise that they cannot accept any liability for any errors which remain. Further, the views expressed in each of the chapters are primarily those of the stated authors and whilst the publishers endorse the value of all the contributions, the views expressed are not necessarily those of the publishers. Please notify us of any factual errors, for correction in future editions. We would also welcome any other suggestions, additions or amendments that would enhance this publication.

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