International Computer Conferencing for Professional Development: The Bangkok Project
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The Bangkok Project, which recently linked educational computer networks world wide, was a successful application of the new international electronic mail and computer conferencing networks to support professional development and reflection by members of the distance education community. This article discusses the Project's rationale and operational details. The authors conclude that this medium offers an exceptionally cost and learning-effective means of providing inservice support to distance educators on a global scale.