face-to-face


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face-to-face

(jargon, chat)
(F2F, IRL) Used to describe personal interaction in real life as opposed to via some digital or electronic communications medium.
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In this study, student performance was compared regarding students' grades in online and face-to-face environment to examine the effectiveness of the two teaching methods.
43% of virtual event participants report they had never attended the face-to-face event previously;
Yildirim said he was so happy with the results himself that he closed his face-to-face clinic and now conducts all new evaluations and follow-up visits via remote telecommunications.
The median age of respondents interviewed face-to-face was 36 for married men, 22 for unmarried men, 30 for married women and 19 for unmarried women.
The survey, published by Crowne Plaza Hotels and Resorts, found that more than half (57 per cent) of business people surveyed in the UAE believed that they have lost a contract or client simply because they didn't have enough face-to-face meetings, which they estimated resulted in the estimated yearly revenue loss of 26 per cent.
Many people think because I am a huge advocate of online networking, I don't see the value or point of face-to-face networking.
In face-to-face meetings, our brains process the continual cascade of nonverbal cues that we use as the basis for building trust and professional intimacy.
The airline Executive Vice President, Americas, Simon Talling-Smith, said 'We are very excited for the 250 small business owners who, beyond the educational resources already provided through the Face-to-Face programme, now have the opportunity to fly British Airways overseas to conduct vital face-to-face meetings for their business.
One in eight respondents said they had actually missed out on a great opportunity such as a new job, a date or a business deal because they were worried about meeting someone face-to-face.
The paper addresses the business and psychological values derived from face-to-face meetings.
Participants in the Internet and face-to-face groups were taught to detect small changes in their weight and, if it increased, to immediately implement problem-solving steps.
Can online education promote and develop the interaction and participation found lacking in face-to-face college education?