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The Centre for Instructional Technology (CIT) has launched Lunch & Learn, a webinar series aimed at the NUS community. Talks covering a range of interesting and useful topics will be featured every month. The series will be held entirely online.

Upcoming Talks

Monday 28 February 2011
12.30 p.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Introduction to WebEx

(for staff and students)
Jummain Wahid, CIT

Synopsis
In an increasingly connected world, you can conduct meetings and seminars without dealing with the fuss of arranging a venue and travelling to meet. This webinar introduces you to the world of web conferencing using WebEx. Learn how web conferencing can be used for your benefit and to further the NUS Vision of being a Global Knowledge Enterprise.

Thursday 10 March 2011
12.30 p.m. to 1.00 p.m.
Office of Financial Aid Seminar –
Ways to Finance Your Undergraduate Education at NUS

(for students)
Tan Paik Lian, Asst Manager, Office of Financial Aid

Synopsis
The Office of Financial Aid (OFA) would like to invite you to attend a talk on how you can finance your undergraduate education at NUS via the financial aid schemes administered by the OFA. The talk will give you a better understanding on how the OFA-administered financial aid schemes can help you finance a portion of your education costs.

To participate:

  1. Register for a talk by clicking the respective title above.
  2. You will receive an email with a participation link. (Don’t delete the email.)
  3. Click the participation link in that email on the day, about 15 minutes before the talk, to attend the webinar. If you have not attended a WebEx web conference before, the software will install automatically.

For more information, assistance and queries, please visit http://cit.nus.edu.sg/lunch-and-learn/.

We hope to see you online at Lunch & Learn!

ideas September 2010

An interview with Dr Lee Hon Sing, NUS Business School

We have glimpsed the future. In the Star Wars movies, we see people communicating over interstellar distances using holographic representations and projections without any lag.

While that is a long way off, our present technology can bridge more earthly distances. These are various forms of conferencing - audio, video and web - which provide for different needs.

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