July 21, 2006

Transatlantic Tutorial

On Monday afternoon, five of us in Warwick's Elab and a member of the technical team at Adept Science hooked up to Waterloo in Canada for a 2-hour tutorial on Maple TA, the mathematical teaching and assessment software created by Maplesoft. It was my first exposure to web conferencing software (in this case Webex ): just a communal phone link and a real–time view of the tutor's desktop, but it was fast, effective and 100% fit for purpose. My only regret is that we didn't make a recording of the session.

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