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Subject:Re: CBT on the WWW or Lotus Notes From:Warren Turner <warren -at- ESYS -dot- CA> Date:Thu, 21 Mar 1996 10:19:24 -0700
Excuse me! Rich,
I have be subscribed to techwr-l for a while and I did not realize
that the techwr-l list approved any form of advertisement. If my
memory is correct the New Subscriber document states the appropriate
types of information that are to be mailed!
I am interested in Eric's opinion on this issue.
On Thu, 21 Mar 1996 11:16:02 EST Rich_VanDeventer -at- notes -dot- pw -dot- com wrote:
> My company will soon be upgrading to Lotus Notes 4.0,
> which has a built-in web browser. Hopefully, it will provide
> an efficient and effective means of providing training and
> documentation to our field personnel around the country.
> I need to know what experience anyone has had with using
> either the WWW or Lotus Notes to provide interactive,
> multimedia CBT, training documentation, and/or just-in-time training.
> Please contact me directly at:
> RichVanDeventer -at- Notes -dot- PW -dot- com@internet
> I will post a summary later.