Integrated Telematic Services and Communication Through Scientific IRC: Virtual User Communities of Biomedicine in UNInet

Re^4: Symposium 209

Nora Chapnick

On Mon Dec 7, Nora Chaponick wrote
> Mon Dec 7, grover wrote
>>Dr. Coma del Corral:  The issue that I am raising is that the converted can not impartially evaluate the success or failure of an experiment unless criteria for this are defined at the outset.  What is the evidence that this mode of communication has produced anything meaningful.  How do we define it and how do we measure it?
>>On Mon Dec 7, Maria Jesus Coma wrote
>>>On Fri Dec 4, grover wrote
>>>>Dr. Coma del Corral: Great presentation.  Hope you have fun at the meeting.  The problem I have is that I don't know whether UniNet is simply a toy for the few who like it or it is a real experiment in communication.  If it is the latter, I would have liked to see who, when and how are going to analyze any data resulting from it.
>>>Dear Dr. Grover
>>>I think you wanted to say: “Internet/IRC is a simple tool", and not “UniNet is a simple toy”.
>>>We have successful hold scientific conferences, presentations, congresses, discussions, and workshops in UniNet.  And we have learnt that the most important isn't the tool, but the high quality of  the scientific work that UniNet is helping to communicate.
>>>María Jesús Coma
>>  Dear Dr Grover: that we integrated Uninet, we are all ready to explain the reaches to him of this network. The only way to convince it of which it thinks, is that it sees our work. You, and all the congressmen are invited to join the net UniNet where we can have these interchanges in direct communication the people that integrated

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