WebBoard


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WebBoard

(ˈwɛbˌbɔːd)
n
(Computer Science) computing an internet site where users can post messages, tutorials, information, and topics for discussion
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11) Like the people who commented on the Phuchatkan webboard, the twins did not identify themselves as members of any particular group or organization.
This agenda built on the class discussion carried out in the WebBoard conference, laid out the sequence of principal questions to be pursued in the videoconference class, and identified the schools to which each of those questions would first be addressed.
While some called for peace and forgiveness, many of Thais on the webboard were outraged about what had happened, particularly the highly insulting desecration of the king's portrait, and called for military action ('Khun Tui', [#19]: 'lets go to war with Cambodia'); Hun Sen's resignation ('Angered Overseas Thai' [#53]: 'You gutless, stupid SOB .
Thai adolescent characteristics, such as use of the Internet and hesitancy to openly communicate with adults, were considered by the faculty of Boromarajonani Nursing College, Nopparat Vajira, Thailand, when they established a webboard in 2002 for students in 5 partnership urban high schools to post their health concern questions.
The online discussions were conducted through the Case Study Forum established for this project with WebBoard (Version 4.
Overall evaluation of the project included examination of the quantity and quality of communications between the student groups, including email, chat room, and webboard activities, and review of the student reflection papers.
Teams assigned to the WebBoard bulletin-board treatment condition interacted via private conferences (i.
Communication with the instructor and technical support personnel occurred primarily through e-mail and in the WebBoard.
We believe the strong effort and good quality work on the video webboard assignments resulted from this higher assigned point value, thus encouraging students to perceive the assignments as important and meaningful for understanding how both to express their own ideas and to observe and learn from others' ideas.
ChatSpace's two major products were ChatSpace, which the company calls "an integrated package of real-time Web collaboration tools for building online communities" and a message board tool called WebBoard.
Dennis Klein at Kean University in New Jersey uses WebBoard technology in his upper division Jewish Studies courses.