Subject: Re: web teaching?
From: matt kober (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Aug 04 1999 - 12:42:32 EDT
I am one of those students Kevin refers to here. I find the class
discussion list to be a great tool for us. It's usually a very
practical way of maintaining a common "bulletin board" for us. We use
it to alert each other to equipment problems in the studio, to announce
free studio times and to ask for technical advice. It's an excellent
system of intercommunication that's almost always helpful (remember the
"Cam's Confusion" episode?).
Recently, we put together a compilation CD comprised of 19 student
pieces from the different sections of the 1rst year class. As Kevin
said, I haven't even met many of the other students from the other
section that are on the CD, yet we've use the discussion list quite a
bit to keep the project going and to keep each other informed.
--- KEVIN AUSTIN <KAUSTIN@vax2.concordia.ca> wrote:
> >Anyone use a class-specific discussion group in
> lieu of meetings
> >(scary.......)? I've reached the 'required
> supplement' stage, but anything
> >further seems quite impractical).
> All of the EAMT courses at Concordia share a common
> list, and during the
> year (and even now) it is a source of much
> discussion and information.
> Many of the members have not met each other, being
> in a number of
> different sections of different courses. Seems to
> work fine, esp in
> conjunction with other lists (like this and Max etc
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