We seemed to be circling around the opportunities afforded and issues
raised for teachers of distance courses by new technologies, including
mobile computing. And we were too talked out to apply the scalpel to our
As to the session, the debate afterwards was very interesting; there was
some wild African music next door so when participants stood up, I was
most relieved when they moved forward instead of being enticed away!
Department of English
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St John's, Newfoundland
On Mon, 5 Apr 1999, Janice Freeman wrote:
> I've gotten a bit behind in my e-mail due to end-of-term maddness, so I
> may have missed some messages on this subject. I'd like to know from
> those of you who attended the Canadian Caucus in Atlanta what was
> decided as a focus for next year's Canadian Roundtable. Graham Smart has
> once again volunteered to help me with the selection and editing of
> submissions. We'll get started on it as soon as we get some direction.
> BTW, I wouldn't mind some news about how things went-- Graham tells me
> he was sick and couldn't attend and no one from here went. So how was
> the Caucus? the dinner? the roundtable? I promise to catch up on my
> e-mail this week, so I'll soon know what people on this list have been
> talking about.
> Janice Freeman
> Centre for Academic Writing
> University of Winnipeg