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Face-to-Face vs. Cyberspace

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Face-to-Face vs. Cyberspace: Finding the Middle Ground
by W. Sean Chamberlin
Combining the best of both worlds—traditional and distance learning—is the wave of the future of instruction.

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Los Angeles Valley College's video-conferencing system follows a professor to Canada; the University of North Carolina broadcasts medical 'grand rounds' via the Web; the University of South Florida launches IP-based video conferencing; streaming media enhances a religion course at Chattanooga State Technical Community College; and instant messaging aids communications in a distance-learning environment at CSU, Sacramento.
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UNC Makes 'Grand Rounds' on the Intranet

University of South Florida Nurses Video Conferencing Onto the Internet

Enriching Religious Studies Online

Video Classroom on a Sh'estring

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