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An essential goal of IU's DLI2 proposal is to greatly expand access to the Variations2 testbed, by demonstrating that users at other colleges and universities can have similar interaction with the digital collections and educational applications as will be available to students, teachers and scholars at Indiana University. Testing and evaluation of such access across national and international networks -- including the commodity Internet and experimental high-performance networks -- is an important component of this project.

Major areas of testing will include: demonstration of interoperability, performance evaluation of network services, tests of usability, and expert evaluation of applications for music instruction and music library services.

Letters of intent to participate as satellite sites in Variations2 have been received from representatives of the following institutions.

    United States:

    • Illinois State University
    • Northwestern University
    • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
    • University of Massachusetts at Amherst

    United Kingdom:

    • City University London
    • Kings College - London
    • Loughborough University
    • University of Oxford

    Japan:

    • Waseda University

Documents


Satellite site participants' page (password-protected).

five individual music notes