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Message 1: Computers and the Humanities. Vol. 34, Issue 3

Date: Sat, 24 Jun 2000 02:01:14 +0200 (MEST)
From: kap-listman <kap-listmanwkap.nl>
Subject: Computers and the Humanities. Vol. 34, Issue 3


Computers and the Humanities
The Official Journal of The Association for Computers and
the Humanities

ISSN 0010-4817

http://www.wkap.nl/issuetoc.htm/0010-4817+34+3+2000

Vol. 34, Issue 3, August 2000.

TITLE: Editorial- Computers in Humanities Teaching and Research
AUTHOR(S): Ellie Chambers
KEYWORD(S): higher education, research, undergraduate, computer-aided
learning, resource discovery, textual studies.
PAGE(S): 245-251

TITLE: Tailor-made or Off-the-peg- Virtual Courses in the Humanities
AUTHOR(S): Geoffrey Channon
KEYWORD(S): academic autonomy, mass higher education, mega-universities,
teaching and learning.
PAGE(S): 253-262

TITLE: From Concordances to Subject Portals- Supporting the Text-Centred
Humanities Community
AUTHOR(S): Michael Fraser
KEYWORD(S): higher education, research, undergraduate, computer-aided
learning, resource discovery, textual studies.
PAGE(S): 263-276

TITLE: Electrifying the Canon- The Impact of Computing on Classical
Studies
AUTHOR(S): Lorna Hardwick
KEYWORD(S): accessibility, classical, data-bases, languages (ancient),
learning, research, teaching.
PAGE(S): 277-293

TITLE: Wag the Dog- Online Conferencing and Teaching
AUTHOR(S): Charles Ess
KEYWORD(S): CMC, conferencing, discourse ethics, Habermas, pedagogy,
Rawls.
PAGE(S): 295-307

TITLE: Technology in Teaching Literature and Culture- Some Reflections
AUTHOR(S): Sarah Porter
KEYWORD(S): accessibility, classical, data-bases, languages (ancient),
learning, research, teaching.
PAGE(S): 309-322

TITLE: Computers and Resource-Based History Teaching- A UK Perspective
AUTHOR(S): Donald A. Spaeth, Sonja Cameron
KEYWORD(S): accessibility, classical, data-bases, languages (ancient),
learning, research, teaching.
PAGE(S): 323-341

TITLE: Virtual Seminars in European Studies- A Model for Collaborative
Learning
AUTHOR(S): Kevin Wilson
KEYWORD(S): higher education, research, undergraduate, computer-aided
learning, resource discovery, textual studies.
PAGE(S): 343-355

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