SenseiOnline presents 6th Benkyoukai (Study Forum)

October 16, 2000

Featured speaker, Anai Suzuko, BSc in Pharmaceutical Science, Fukuoka University, Japan MA in Applied Linguistics, University of Essex, UK Member of British Association of Teaching Japanese as a Foreign Language.

The paper and slide presentations was prepared for the 3rd BATJ conference, Birmingham 3rd September 2000.

What is Going to Happen?

First read the paper and then go to the chat room with World Without Borders. Anai Sensei and other participants will logon to web chat and anyone interested in this topic is invited to attend.

Anai Sensei’s Paper at :

Online Presentation

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Where to Go

This event is open to anybody who is interested in the topic. Please go to World Without Borders meeting place at the following URL:

If you are not already registered, you have to get a screen name and password. Please keep this information for the future reference.

Once you log in to Conference Room A and you will see a link from there. A Java enabled browser, such as Netscape 3.0 or higher is required to enter the chatroom.

The event is hosted by World Without Borders and sponsored by Apple Computers, Inc. Higher Education.

The Meeting Place is the place to come for ideas, product info, to discuss the issues, to air concerns. This weekly educator’s roundtable, sponsored by The Apple Learning Community Connection, is the place to find out how Apple products and technologies can help institutions enhance learning opportunities and advance educational innovation. Educators of all platforms are welcome.

“If learning is an act of exploration, then technology equips the explorer for the journey of a lifetime.”

To participate in Web chat you need Netscape or Internet Explorer versions 3.0 or above with java enabled. The computer itself also needs enough CPU power and available RAM memory. Yet those at institutions behind firewalls may also find Web chat access is blocked.

This Web chat provider can “push” URLs from within a chat room, automatically opening another browser window when you click on an address starting with http://, so you can chat while viewing Web pages corresponding to the session. Some rooms have options below the chat window such as choosing the color of your words. WWB Chat staff members are always on hand at sessions to help you.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Manager of SenseiOnline, Keiko Schneider at