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ARCS collaboration tools

Wright, Ashley J. (2008) ARCS collaboration tools. In iSGTW eResearch Australasia 2008, 28 September - 3 October 2008, Sebel and Citigate Hotels, Melbourne, Victoria. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

The Australian Research Collaboration Service (ARCS) has been supporting a wide range of Collaboration Services and Tools which have been allowing researchers, groups and research communities to share ideas and collaborate across organisational boundaries.-----

This talk will give an introduction to a number of exciting technologies which are now available. Focus will be on two main areas of Video Collaboration Tools, allowing researchers to talk face-to-face and share data in real-time, and Web Collaboration Tools, allowing researchers to share information and ideas with other like-minded researchers irrespective of distance or organisational structure. A number of examples will also be shown of how these technologies have been used with in various research communities.-----

A brief introduction will be given to a number of services which ARCS is now operating and/or supporting such as:---

* EVO – A video conferencing application, which is particularly suited to desktop or low bandwidth applications.--- * AccessGrid – An open source video conferencing and collaboration tool kit, which is great for room to room meetings.--- * Sakai – An online collaboration and learning environment, support teaching and learning, ad hoc group collaboration, support for portfolios and research collaboration.--- * Plone – A ready-to-run content management system, that provides you with a system for managing web content that is ideal for project groups, communities, web sites, extranets and intranets.--- * Wikis – A way to easily create, edit, and link pages together, to create collaborative websites.

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ID Code: 26910
Item Type: Conference Item (Presentation)
Divisions: Current > QUT Faculties and Divisions > Division of Technology, Information and Learning Support
Current > Research Centres > High Performance Computing and Research Support
Deposited On: 21 Aug 2009 08:11
Last Modified: 02 Jun 2011 09:51

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