NetVista: Growing an Internet Solution for Schools

  title={NetVista: Growing an Internet Solution for Schools},
  author={W. Kellogg and J. Richards and C. Swart and P. Malkin and M. Laff and V. Hanson and B. Hailpern},
  journal={IBM Syst. J.},
  • W. Kellogg, J. Richards, +4 authors B. Hailpern
  • Published 1998
  • Computer Science
  • IBM Syst. J.
  • NetVista is an integrated suite of clients and servers supporting Internet access for students and teachers in kindergarten through 12th-grade schools. Developed by a small team of IBM researchers, Net Vista is a prime example of using an object-oriented framework to support user-centered design and to accommodate Internet-paced changes in network infrastructure, functionality, and user expectations. In this paper, we describe salient aspects of NetVista's design and development and its… CONTINUE READING
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