Internet Lectures Research:
Broadening the Audience
for Live Slide Show Presentations
- Benefits of Web lectures
- Scope of opportunity
- TFAO financial assistance
- Other multimedia projects
- For further study
- Responses to inquiries
for further study
QUESTIONS FOR FURTHER STUDY
- What are URLs of examples of Web lectures already created
by museums? 
- To what extent are there metrics relating to viewership
of existing narrated slide shows?
- What were the motives for institutions to produce Web
lectures in the recent past?
- How well have expectations been realized?
- Which brands and models of equipment can be used to create
Web lectures and what are their advantages and disadvantages?
- What software can be used to create image and audio files?
What are the advantages and disadvantages of each program?
- What software is needed to create Web lectures from .jpg
images and audio files? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each
- What software is needed to play a Web lecture on a person's
browser? What are the advantages and disadvantages of each "plug-in"
program in terms of ease of use, functionality and availability?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of real time
streaming versus downloads saved for later play to the user's computer?
- What is the budget needed to purchase equipment, software
and other components, plus soft costs?
- How much time is needed to complete each task for creation
and publication of a Web lecture?
- What organizations should be contacted to further shed
light on relevant questions?
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6. For examples see Scope of opportunity.
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