Forums lets users create their own message boards quickly.
public meetings for open discussion of issues
Online services have different ways of organizing information or people who belong to a similar interest group. For instance, the America Online network is divided into departments (Education and Reference, Entertainment, News & Finance, Lifestyles and Interests. People meet to discuss ideas in areas called forums. Within each department people often affiliate around a common interest. A group with an interest in high-risk students might choose to locate a bulletin board in a folder entitled "high-risk youth." Then they will leave messages for each other on the bulletin board, which is located in the folder.
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a discussion forum powered by vBulletin
a forum dedicated to general discussion
a FREE service designed to help software test professionals and tool users to discuss problems and issues with various topics and tools
A tool in the original Oncourse used to hold online discussions. In Oncourse CL, the Discussion tool replaces the Discussion Forums tool. | | | | | | | J | K | L | | | | | | | | | | X | Y | Z
Virtual meeting-places in which you communicate and collaborate with your teammates. Examples of forums include discussions, chat rooms, tasks, messaging windows, and calendars. These online forums are similar to the classic definition of the word: forum: a public place or medium for open discussions You access forums by clicking on the forum tab and then selecting the individual forum from the drop-down list. For example, when you click on the Discussions tab, you see a drop-down list of available discussion forums. You can then click on the title of the discussion you wish to view. The terms forums and resources are analogous.
Online discussion groups are "places" where you can read and post messages and exchange ideas with people who have similar interests. There are a number of different forums on MWEB, covering a wide variety of topics. See the info pages on content for more.
Section of Evolution to discuss things with other players.
An Internet discussion platform in which users can post opinions, data, links and more on specific data and themes.
A forum is another name for a discussion board in which the moderator organizes participants' comments or suggestions are organized into topics or categories. Forums for every topic exist, from sports cars to rare Egyptian antiques.
A web page that supports interactive discussions by users. Users submit text content using a form, that is saved on the server and that way make it available to other visitors.
Forum - Share ideas, discuss business isuess..
A bulletin board system where people can post and receive replies to messages.
This activity can be the most important - it is here that most discussion takes place. Forums can be structured in different ways, and can include peer rating of each posting. The postings can be viewed in a variety for formats, and can include attachments. By subscribing to a forum, participants will receive copies of each new posting in their email. A teacher can impose subscription on everyone if they want to.
A way of having a discussion about a particular topic over the Internet; you can post (write) messages, read other people's postings or just lurk (read but not participate). Every mc² group has a Forum. Messages are recorded on the website as well as sent by email. See also mc² features: Forum
A forum is where you can post messages and have people respond to them. Most forums require you to register, but that's just to keep track of your post count and so you can have a signature. You can install your own forum script on your server. The best forums right now are vBulletin, but cost a lot of money. There are free ones like Ikonboard and YaBB or you can even get ones hosted on other servers, but they usually have tons of pop up ads.
A virtual community. Also known as discussion forums. Used by search engine optimizers and webmasters for information exchange. Users can post messages in different forums, either to the group at large or to certain users. However, all postings can be seen by anyone else who has access to that forum, so save sensitive materials for private email. Forums are also threaded, which means a reply to a particular posting becomes part of the "thread" of that posting that can be followed to provide a cohesive progression through a particular topic. [ edit