EIES


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AcronymDefinition
EIESElectronic Information Exchange System
EIESEngineering and Industrial Experiment Station
EIESEuropean Information Exchange Service (est. 1995)
EIESElectron Impact Emission Spectroscopy
EIESEcho Information Exchange Site
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These observations about changes in the balance and nature of interaction between the instructor and the class members were also documented in pilot studies of earlier online courses of EIES (Hiltz, 1986a).
Our own pilot studies were based on using the standard EIES software to supplement traditional courses or to deliver non-credit, continuing-education courses.
EIES was attended by 126 people, representing 53 companies in 9 nations.
Palma believes that in order to compete with global companies, Iberia-American firms will have to cooperate; EIES was convened to inaugurate that cooperation.
During the course of the study of scientific and technical users of EIES, the findings of 30 published studies of CMCS were synthesized.
Pre-use questionnaires were distributed and some data obtained for 348 new users of EIES and for 234 new users of the Swedish COM system at its "QZ" (Stockholm University) installation.
author of Catholic Education and Politics in Ontario, published a letter to TCDSB trustees re-iterating the constitutional rights of Catholic schools and supporting amendments to the EIES program.