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Re: Request for comment (Cracow1001)

I have some comments, if you agree, about the teaching part.

See below :

> 3 - "Computing and Teaching"
>     Suggested Chairpersons: V. Chernyshev, K. Cowtan, (Poland ?)
>     (In collaboration with the Teching SIG)
>     Topics:
>                 Tools available from the WEB

                  On line courses : first experiences
I know some people are already offering courses on the Web (London, UK,
Le Mans, France...).
I would be interested to know of their experience : what kind of
students, feedback...

                  Java applets for course development
Some peple have written applets especially for crystallography (see
Rousseau, Le Mans for instance). How can they be used/modified by

                  Building of European courses
BrŘssels encourages exchange of students through Europe : why not to
establisk common courses in between many universities, taking advantage
of the Web and video to organizelong distance courses.

I really believe that this action belongs to this commission.



   Prof. Yves Epelboin, LMCP, UniversitÚ P.M. Curie, 
   case 115, 75252 Paris Cedex 05, France
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   URL http://www.lmcp.jussieu.fr/~epelboin/

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