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SIMA Reports

  1. Multimedia Formats (Workshop Report)
  2. Survey of the Uses of Software and Hardware for Multimedia Applications in UK Higher Education
  3. Evaluation of Image Capture Pathways for Multimedia Application
  4. The Dos and Don'ts of Video Conferencing in Higher Education
  5. The Provision of CBL Material Over Network Information Services
  6. Running a World Wide Web Service
  7. The Dos and Don'ts of Video Conferencing - Experience from LIVENET
  8. Video Conferencing and Learning in Higher Education
  9. A Review of Multimedia Networking
  10. The Use and Capture of Images for Computer-based Learning
  11. Video Conferencing in Education: Meeting Teachers and Learners Support and Training Needs
  12. The WWW - A Strategic Tool for UK Higher Education (Workshop Report)
  13. Videoconferencing on Unix Workstations to Support Helpdesk/Advisory Activities
  14. A Study into Video Conferencing Using the Apple Macintosh Platform
  15. Survey of User Experience of the University of Wales Video Network
  16. Guide to Good Practice for WWW
  17. VRML in Art and Design Higher Education
  18. A Case Study: Teaching on the WWW - Issac Rosenberg's 'Break of Day in the Trenches'
  19. The Potential of Virtual Reality for UK Higher Education (Workshop Report)
  20. The Use of Video Conferencing in Higher Education
  21. Online Learning in Non-Scientific Disciplines - 2 Case Studies
  22. Software Tools for the World-Wide Web - A Survey
  23. A Critical Evaluation of Multimedia Toolbook
  24. A Survey of Legal Issues relating to the development and Use of WWW Technology at Educational Sites
  25. The World Wide Web and its Contribution to Foreign Language Learning
  26. Exploiting Virtual Reality Techniques in Education and Training: Technological Issues
  27. The Design of Virtual Environments
  28. Digital Video for Multimedia: Considerations for Capture, Use and Delivery
  29. Authoring and Design for the WWW
  30. Evaluation of the Suitability of Distributed Interactive Videoconferencing for use in Higher Education

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