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Subject: Of possible interest?
Date: Wed, 17 Apr 1996 13:27:33 +0100
From: "S.A.Fincher" <S.A.Fincher@ukc.ac.uk>
I was given your name by Frank Burnet during the course of a
conversation this lunchtime. I am running a series of workshops,
primarily aimed at Computer Scientists. However, the first of these (to
be held on Friday week) is of more general interest and perhaps of
interest to biochemists more than most. One of the speakers will
be David Moss from Birkbeck.
I shall append details to this message, or you can find out more from
our Web page, URL:
I should be delighted if you could attend and/or if you could publicise
this to the biochemistry community.
If you would like to talk further, please don't hesitate to get in
Sally Fincher, Moderator Computer Science Discipline Network
Computing Laboratory, University of Kent at Canterbury,
Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7NF
'phone: (01227) 764000 ext.4061 fax : (01227) 762811
*** workshop announcement ***
Towards a Toolkit for Virtual Education
Date: Friday, 26th April 1996
Venue: Keele University
Many educators are beginning to take advantage of the WWW (or other
hypertext-based systems) to augment, or replace, traditional methods of
teaching. In the process many of the same lessons are being learned and
many wheels are being re-invented.
The purpose of this workshop is twofold:
Firstly, we aim to get together a number of practitioners who are
active in this area, to discuss their interests and experiences in this
arena and in particular to identify common points. Secondly, we aim to
try and identify "open" problems in providing Virtual Education; those
areas where the process could be improved, perhaps with a new tool.
Full details (including electronic registration) can be seen at URL:
*** end announcement ***