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Computers in Curricula Program for Networked College Level Writing Process Instruction: A First Year Report
REPORT

Abstract

The first section of this report lists a variety of advantages and disadvantages of educational applications of Local Area Networks (LANs), with descriptive and evaluative comments on how the Union County Computers in the Curricula Network Project (Cranford, New Jersey) dealt with each. The second section of the report describes the following major applications of the Union County Computer Network: (1) writing courses for English as a Second Language students, developmental writing courses, and developmental math courses; (2) a writing across the curriculum program; (3) tutorial instruction; (4) an electronic mail service; and (5) an inservice workshop. (RS)

Citation

Balajthy, E. Computers in Curricula Program for Networked College Level Writing Process Instruction: A First Year Report. Retrieved November 20, 2019 from .

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