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WEEK 8

NO CLASS

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Additional Reading

*** BUSINESS ON THE WORLD WIDE WEB -- WHERE WORD OF KEYSTROKE BEGINS ***

Please join us this Thursday, Oct. 26 to chat with Kathleen Gilroy about
practical experience in distance education.

Kathleen is founder and CEO of the Otter Group http://www.ottergroup.com,
an e-learning company that focuses on programs for university
alumni. She has been developing e-learning programs since the early
1980s and has pioneered the use of satellite communications and the Internet
for professional audiences. Her current clients include Harvard's Kennedy
School of Government, where she is developing an e-learning series on
leadership, and MIT's Sloan School Management, where she is developing an
e-learning program on financial technology and investments. She also
developed the first e-learning program for scientists in the early
1980s and developed Harvard Business School's first e-learning program in
the early 1990s. In 1995 her company developed the first e-learning
program on e-commerce.

Please note that we are now holding these chat sessions at a new
discussion space hosted by SiteScape.
To go right to next week's chat area, you should go by way of our chat
introduction page -- http://www.samizdat.com/chat-intro.html

These chat sessions take place Thursdays 12 noon-1 PM (US
Eastern Daylight Time = GMT -4).

Complete, edited transcripts of all past sessions are available at
http://www.samizdat.com/chat.html You can also see our upcoming schedule
of topics there. (NB -- I've fallen a bit behind on editing the
transcripts. Sorry.  I hope to catch up soon.)

Please send email with your follow-on questions and comments, suggestions
for future topics, and requests to receive email reminders about upcoming
sessions.

NB -- on the following Thursday, November 2 our guest will be
John Hibbs, talking about online collaboration, distance education, and
what was learned from Global Learn Day.




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