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Publication Detail
Remote Seminars through Multimedia Conferencing: Experiences from the MICE project
  • Publication Type:
    Conference
  • Authors:
    Sasse MA, Bilting U, Schulz CD, Turletti T
  • Publication date:
    1994
  • Status:
    Published
  • Name of conference:
    Proceedings of INET94/JENC5
  • Conference start date:
    01/01/1994
Abstract
The aim of the MICE project is to pilot multimedia interworking between European researchers, using a heterogeneous hardware platform and existing network facilities. Part of the project brief was to assess cost and benefit of providing a regular multimedia conferencing service for research collaboration, and provide recommendations for the deployment and use of such systems in future. In order to gain gain hands-on experience of both running and using such a service, MICE partners started a distributed International Research Seminar Series, in which researchers and students could participate. Speakers and audiences participated from conference rooms and workstations at MICE partner sites, and increasingly at other remote sites in Europe, the US and Australia. Observations, recordings and comments provided data on which the cost-benefit analysis and recommendations for such a service are based.
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