Development and Delivery of an Interactive Web-based Seminar
The development and delivery of a web-based seminar to help disseminate material created as a part of an NSF-CCLI grant are discussed. It is found that four broadcast options which include Blackboard, RealMedia, Windows Media and Microsoft NetMeeting are analyzed. It is observed that Blackboard is an effective tool for web-based delivery of course material and the material is delivered through Netscape or Internet Explorer. Using Blackboard, slides viewed by the audience are under speaker's control and slides are stored in html format.
V. M. Eller et al., "Development and Delivery of an Interactive Web-based Seminar," ASEE Annual Conference Proceedings, American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), Jan 2002.
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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