We began researching what is now called e-learning and the virtual classroom when the practice was still in an incubator, and interaction over networks meant shaky connections and near-intolerable glitch, noise, and latency.
Since 2000, our advanced research in virtual classrooms has gradually moved from research labs and networks into the mainstream. Much of what we can show you was created in conjunction with academic, not-for-profit, and cultural organizations where the general rule was ‘do what you can with what you’ve got’. And this is the approach we still take!
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