It was recently estimated that at the end of 2000 there were over 400 million people around the world connected together through their personal computers on the World Wide Web (Computer Industry Almanac, 2001). It is predicted that this figure will rise to 673 million by the year-end 2002. The ease of communication that the internet brings has led to professional and academic institutions utilising the web for the purpose of discussion and expansion of ties amongst colleagues (Ransdell and Anderson, 1995). One such form of this communication is to stage a virtual, or cyber, conference.
|Number of pages||142|
|Publication status||Published - Mar 2003|
|Event||Australian Neuroscience Society Inc Twentythird Annual Meeting - Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia|
Duration: 28 Jan 2003 → 31 Jan 2003
|Conference||Australian Neuroscience Society Inc Twentythird Annual Meeting|
|Abbreviated title||ANS 2003|
|Period||28/01/03 → 31/01/03|