The purpose of the class presentation is
to inform and discuss with your classmates important
trends, ideas, and issues related to the new Internet technology.
also give you experience in performing research using the Internet,
and provide an exercise in organizing and giving a clear,
precise presentation before a peer group.
Your grade will be based on the quality of the information
you gather and the clarity of your presentation to the class.
You are to make a 12-15 minute presentation to the class using
an HTML-based presentation. Reread the last sentence.
Now say to yourself: 12-15 minutes means 12-15 minutes.
A short discussion period will follow.
Guidelines for what constitutes an effective presentation will
be provided by the instructor.
You must prepare an (approx.) 2-page summary of your topic in HTML
and post this to the
|Talks discussion board for the class.
Hyperlinks to good sources for further information are expected in the
The presentation topics are given below and
the student assigned to each talk should
work out its structure with the instructor in advance:
- MUDs and MOOs (November 11)
- File Archiving (December 2)
- Using Web Search Engines (October 7)
- Hypertext Navigation Structures (October 21)
- X ---> HTML Utilities (October 9)
- Novel Web Applications (November 27)
- Internet Libraries --- 2 Examples (November 13)
- Libraries and the NII (November 13)
- Digital Libraries: Searching Is Not Enough (November 13)
- On-line Journalism (November 20)
- SGML (November 13)
- Distance Learning on the Web (November 18)
- 3-D Web: Hot Sauce! (October 23)
- ActiveX (October 28)
- Internet Phones (November 4)
- Cookies and Privacy Issues (November 25)
- Public Key Encryption (November 25)
- PGP (November 25)
- HTTPs (November 25)
- Telecommunications Deregulation Trends (December 2)
- Day in the Life of a Web Page (October 28)
- Caching Web Pages (October 28)
- Data Compression (December 2)
- URNs (October 14)
- WAIS (November 20)
- Local Loop Technologies (November 6)
- Firewalls (November 20)
Bert J. Dempsey <email@example.com>
Last modified: Mon Sep 30 17:01:36 1996