Re: WWW Strengths & Weakness

Fritz Scheuermann (fritz%RZ.UNI-SB.DE@vm.ucs.UAlberta.CA)
Thu, 8 Jun 1995 08:27:16 +0200


>I think here lies the difference, CBT is and was concidered as a
>professional job, whereas producing Web pages seem to come very close to
>normal word processing (for example Word 6.x with HTML tags). Are we
>about see transformed "disease of A4" Web ?! How to prevent this ?
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There won't be any possibility to prevent this. In the oppossite
we will have to estimate the use of WWW for which purposes.
It is always the lack of time what forces the integration of contents
just by transforming pages from different media to the new WWW-platform.
Unfortunately I am not able to make different concepts for any
CBT-applications. I concentrate on one by taking into consideration an
efficient adaptiation to other media in the same time. Efficient means
in that way how to integrate my applications as easy as possible by
avoiding as much additional time as possible. Of course this is not
how I would like to do the work.



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