<messaging, conferencing, meeting> /e'lek-tro'nik mee'ting/ The use of a network of personal computers to improve communication that takes place in a meeting. The computers are used for typically 30-50% of the meeting. They do not eliminate conversation, discussion, or humour from the meeting.
Electronic meetings are effective with as few as two participants and with over 100 participants. Participants can be face-to-face in a meeting room or distributed around the world. They may all be participating at the same time or different times.
Getting Results from Electronic Meetings.
Last updated: 2000-11-16
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