R. Talla

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By the integration of high speed computer networks and interactive multi-media workstations, the IRI (Interactive Remote Instruction) System creates a geographically dispersed virtual classroom. Each student participates using a personal workstation which can be used to view multi-media class presentations, to make presentations, to take notes in a(More)
We describe a system to support Interactive Remote Instruction: using high-speed networks and high performance workstations, we create a virtual classroom so that geographically dispersed students can participate in a class as if they and the instructor were in one room. We taught a regular class using the system during the fall 1995 and report on our(More)
This paper describes experiences with the use of the Interactive Remote Instruction (IRI) System which was used to teach a computer science graduate course at Old Dominion University during the Fall 1995 semester. Through the use of high-speed networks and high performance workstations, IRI creates a virtual classroom so that geographically dispersed(More)
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