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ETS
2000
IEEE
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8 years 10 months ago
Conferencing in communities of learners: examples from social history and science communication
A commonly encountered view of computer conferencing focuses on peer interaction, student empowerment and a shift in both teacher and student roles. This paper argues that this vi...
Ann C. Jones, Eileen Scanlon, Canan Tosunoglu Blak...
CSCW
2006
ACM
9 years 4 months ago
A comparison of chat and audio in media rich environments
This paper presents two case studies of informal group communication using multimedia conferencing that supports various media including video, audio and chat. The studies provide...
Jeremiah Scholl, John McCarthy, Rikard Harr
IICS
2009
Springer
9 years 3 months ago
Bi-directional Distribution of eLearning Content for Cross-technology Learning Communities
: This article describes the use of a service-oriented architecture to bridge the gap between different eLearning types and tools. The basic concept is a bi-directional distributio...
Raphael Zender, Enrico Dressler, Ulrike Lucke, Dja...
ICDCS
2009
IEEE
9 years 7 months ago
MOPS: Providing Content-Based Service in Disruption-Tolerant Networks
—Content-based service, which dynamically routes and delivers events from sources to interested users, is extremely important to network services. However, existing content-based...
Feng Li, Jie Wu
FM
2009
Springer
138views Formal Methods» more  FM 2009»
9 years 5 months ago
What Can Formal Methods Bring to Systems Biology?
This position paper argues that the operational modelling approaches from the formal methods community can be applied fruitfully within the systems biology domain. The results can ...
Nicola Bonzanni, K. Anton Feenstra, Wan Fokkink, E...
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