To organize successful seminars on the MOO you need the following technical MOO ingredients (objects):
Ken's generic classroom (see 6.2.1) if perfectly suited
for this task. Make sure to change the description of the room so
that beginners can handle it. Here is an example:
You see a rather sparse Lecture Hall. There's a blackboard on
the front wall and a clock above it.
* While lectures are going on, please take a seat (e.g. 'sit row1').
* You can sit in the same row as your friends and have private
conversations with them ('say ....).
* To speak to everybody in this room use 'speakup ....'.
* To get up type 'stand'.
Type 'help here' for a summary of all available commands.
You see Bulletin Board, Panel Table, Row1, Row2, Row3, Row4, Row5, and Row6.
Daniel holds up a big sign: | FIRST: are there any general |
| questions, remarks ?? |
#1493at TECFAMOO). A slide projector will allow to give ``talks'', show ``agenda points'', make summaries of discussion and so forth. Here is an example slide from a program committee meeting:
Daniel shows slide #1. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Workshop organization ===================== Ground rule: NO paper presentation, but structured discussion Proposal: http://spsyc.nott.ac.uk:5555/658 (WWW issues in the groups menu) shows 11 groups of issues. ==> Let's discuss those during the workshop day ?? a) maybe we need a selection b) "issue chairmen" for each of those ? c) some reordering is also needed Questions: d) Do we have demos ? e) What shall we deliver after the workshop ? f) How important is the relation to the WWW in all this ? * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *
Recording the session is important ! To do that you can: