TERENA Networking Conference 2000    
         
         
   

Session 1B

Taking the Classroom to the Student: Teaching and Learning Through Internet Technologies
Chair: Dave Hartland, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

It has been clear for a number of years that the application of Internet Technologies, such as videoconferencing, offers huge possibilities to Higher Education and to education in general. This session will explore innovative yet practical applications of this technology and look at how it might be used in the areas of distance learning, the distributed classroom, groupwork, student support and assessment.

1B1   An Experimental System for Distributed Classroom Education
         Peter Ørbæk, University of Aarhus, Denmark - Abstract - Paper
         (PDF) - Slides (41KB PDF)

1B2   Supporting Group Learning and Assessment Through
         the Internet

         Marlise Geller, Luciano Hack, Antonio Rodrigo de Vit and Liane
         Tarouco, Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil - Abstract
         - Paper - Slides (397KB)

1B3   A New Quality of Chemical Education System based on the
         World Wide Web

         Thomas Engel and Johann Gasteiger, University of
         Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany - Abstract - Paper - Slides (811KB)

   
         
   

 

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