Web Conferencing - How To Keep In Touch With Anyone Worldwide - Actually, online conferencing...
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Actually, online conferencing is largely used for attending learning courses and seminars, often called Webminars, because they are conducted over the world wide web. Some people consider web seminars as the response to webcasts, the broadcasting of information in one direction, while web conferencing is
bi-directional, the feature that enables interactivity among the participants.
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Ken Black is the owner of Online Conferencing, a site with information about Web Conferencing.
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