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Subject:Re: New Member Biography From:Warren Turner <warren -at- ESYS -dot- CA> Date:Thu, 21 Mar 1996 14:01:57 +0000
Fair is fair, I'll eat crow!!!
I am also curious if you (Rich) anyone else has looked into other
products that enable the same functionality. Possibly an IMAP based
On Thu, 21 Mar 1996 10:07:04 EST Rich_VanDeventer -at- notes -dot- pw -dot- com wrote:
> At the Price Waterhouse national admin center in Tampa, Florida, I am an
> Education Specialist involved primarily in custom software course development
> and training, both in-house and at our regional practice offices throughout the
> country. Training documentation and help file development are also part of my
> work activities.
> Even though many of the regional centers have been using CBT for training for
> quite some time, the admin office is still entrenched in using only stand-up
> classroom training for our custom software applications. Hopefully, CBT will
> soon be given more serious consideration. Providing CBT, training
> documentation, help files, and just-in-time training thru the WWW and Lotus
> Notes 4.0 are primary interests for me.
> Currently, I am working toward a master's degree in Instructional Technology at
> the University of South Florida. This semester, I have chosen self torture in
> the form of a distance learning course in Visual Basic. Despite occasional
> bouts of total frustration, the course is actually quite good. Visual Basic
> appears to be quite a powerful development tool. But not being a true
> programmer at heart, I will probably do better with a program like Authorware.
> Well, not to ramble on, I look forward to corresponding with fellow Techwr-ls
> (and also Trdev-ls).