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1987 Volume 21, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Computers and the Humanities Courses: Philosophical Bases and Approach

    Nancy M. Ide

    Discusses a Vassar College workshop and the debate it generated over the depth and breadth of computer knowledge needed by humanities students. Describes two positions: the "Holistic View," which... More

    pp. 209-15

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  2. How Should We Teach Computing to Humanists?

    Robert S. Tannenbaum

    Discusses the second session of a Vassar College workshop on computers and the humanities which focused on how to teach computing to humanists. Arguing for a holistic approach, the author outlines ... More

    pp. 217-25

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  3. Perspectives on Teaching Computing in the Humanities

    Robert L. Oakman

    Traces the evolution of the author's course on Computers in the Humanities from the late 1960s to the present. Suggests new frontiers in computing that will be relevant to humanities education.... More

    pp. 227-33

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