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Executive Summary
2.Course Design



Case Studies

Using Video Conferencing to Support Distance Learning
A Staff Development Course

6 References

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Maier, P., White, S., Barnett, L. (1997). Using Educational Development Strategies to Integrate Learning Technoogies within a HE Institution. Interactive Learning Centre, University of Southampton.

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Butters, L., Clarke, A., Hewson, T., Pomfrett, S. (1994). The Dos and Don'ts of Video conferencing in Higher Education. HUSAT Research Institute, Loughborough University of Technology at

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Coventry, L. (1995). Video Conferencing in Higher Education. Institute for Computer Based Learning, Heriot Watt University at

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A Staff Developers' Briefing on Video Conferencing (May 96)at

The Course Content was informed by:

Freeman, M (1996). Video conferencing: a solution to the multi-campus large classes problem? Paper presented at ASCILITE 96, Adelaide, South Australia at

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Organizing a Video Conference at

Distance Education at a Glance. A Series of Guides Prepared by Engineering Outreach at the University of Idaho at

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