|Route map: Home Publications Videoconferencing Studies (pdf)|
|Foreword||Dr Paul Clark|
|Videoconferencing in education|
|Diploma in German for secondary teachers by distance learning.||Alison Borthwick|
|Discussing the Euro||Inés Carradice|
|National Learning Network for Remote Sensing||Charles Duncan|
|Delivery of research methods teaching||Alison Galloway|
|Guest seminars for Design History & Contemporary Studies||Marlene Ivey|
|Sharing lectures for teaching undergraduate Surgery||Gordon Jameson|
|Using videoconferencing for research seminar presentations||Dawn Lamond|
|Teaching by videoconference - a guerrilla approach||Sean Milligan|
|Videoconferencing in Mathematics||Neil Pitcher|
|A Doctoral Viva by videoconference||Michael Pitt|
|Videoconferencing to provide highly interactive learning environments||Jonathan Side|
|Entrepreneurship: report on multi-national, multi-disciplinary team projects||Bryan Temple|
|Lessons for lessons|
|A. Technical basics for videoconferencing|
|B. A videoconferencing minimal manual|
|C. Guidelines for examinations by videoconference|
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|First Published 1999||ISBN 0 952 8731 8 4|
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