Monthly Archives: July 2006

A Web-Friendly PowerPoint Alternative

While spending two days in New York attending An Event Apart, I saw some cool stuff about standards-compliant web design & development, CSS best-practices, and unobtrusive JavaScript. Most of that doesn’t mean much to most of the people who might … Continue reading

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Grad View of LMS

A Graduate’s View of the Course Management System By Ryan Tansey, Recent Graduate, University of Puget Sound Two years ago when I wrote my first viewpoint for SmartClassroom (then eLearning Dialogue), I issued my university an “Incomplete,” with the suggestion … Continue reading

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Online Tutoring Center

Although systems like Blackboard, Instant Messaging, WebCT, etc, provide some of the underlying services, the online tutoring environment provides some nice administrative and support features that don’t come about with the “environmental” features to support a tutoring center.
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