[ATM] ATM You Tube Group
dlwebb at canit.se
Mon Dec 10 23:29:11 JST 2007
I'll keep this in mind. I think we will need a peer review
process (I will anyway), and an impact factor. We can guess
the impact factor would be a bit low, but I notice that
youtube citations are quite high. Since academia now rates
us by the ratio of impact factor divided by citations, well....
you get my point.... impossible dream, I know....
Seriously, breaking these up in segments is not actually bad.
It has a natural tendency to lend itself well to problem
based learning. Basically, teach a little, confront the
audience with a question. Answer comes in next segment.
On Mon, 10 Dec 2007, Francis J. O'Reilly wrote:
> Please post your videos. As you may have gathered, they are limited to ten
> minutes each so your lecture may have to be broken into segments, my videos
> are effectively rather loose lectures.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Dominic-Luc Webb" <dlwebb at canit.se>
> To: "Francis J. O'Reilly" <foreilly at verizon.net>
> Cc: "Vladimir Galogaza" <vladimir.galogaza1 at zg.t-com.hr>; <atm at atmlist.net>
> Sent: Monday, December 10, 2007 3:20 AM
> Subject: Re: [ATM] ATM You Tube Group
> > On Sun, 9 Dec 2007, Francis J. O'Reilly wrote:
> >> Vladmir,
> >> I strongly encourage any and all ATM related video. Metrology is an area
> >> that is of special interest. Please post your video.
> > I have at times done a little metrology, if you really mean
> > metrology (science of weights and measures or of measurement).
> > I could even think it might be interesting for some of us
> > who know a little math to have some online lectures.
> > Dominic
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