An analysis of conferencing as technology for distributed training: Perspectives on functionality, instrumentation, organizational interaction, and cost-effectiveness


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Collis, B.A. (1995) An analysis of conferencing as technology for distributed training: Perspectives on functionality, instrumentation, organizational interaction, and cost-effectiveness. In: R.J. Seidel & P.R. Chatelier (Eds.), Learning without boundaries: Technologies to support distance/distributed learning. Plenum, New York, pp. 7-26. ISBN 9780306448966

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