October 18, 2007

WebEx & etc.

Writing about Enriching the learning environment from Paul's blog

Found something interesting, in IMC105, it seems that WebEx is installed. But the strange thing is Paul said it is connected to Academic Databases, find that really really strange. Got to have a look how they are using it.

Really like the idea of what Paul has written down regards web conferencing. However I still wonder, Warwick every able to get the ROI by selling these sort of tools & systems to other universities? One of the things, that I still question is the reliability & functionalities of these tools/systems that we developed in house. The blogs editors still can be unstable from time to time, if you are writing something long, better save it from time to time, otherwise you might lose it when you are adding a link, a picture, or something else calls a bit complex than normal functions. The problem is, if you save too frequent, the nice format you had, can be massed up some how. Also, I seriously doubt why developing in-house tools when there is better tools suites our purpose and much wider. Isn't it kind of Society waste? Especially when the spell checker thinks I spelled "blogs" wrong! lol!

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