Introducing teleconferencing to Turkey: Partnerships that work!
AbstractThis paper describes the planning and results of Turkey's first international multi-point audio teleconference. The technology existed, and teleconferencing equipment and expertise were both available. Yet a multi-point teleconference had never been done before. The teleconference was the result of a carefully planned partnership between the Turkish government, private industry, and a major university. The paper concludes with a discussion of the potential of instructional teleconferencing in Turkey.
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