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Computers and the Humanities

1987 Volume 21, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Teaching Computers and the Humanities Courses: A Survey

    Joseph Rudman

    The fifth in a series of surveys of computer courses for humanists, this article provides information about past and present courses for those designing such a program. Presents statistics on the... More

    pp. 235-43

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  2. Selected Bibliography for Computer Courses in the Humanities

    Joseph Rudman

    This bibliography is designed as a research aid for those planning to introduce or modify a course to teach the use of the computer to students in the humanities. Divided into two sections, the... More

    pp. 245-54

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  3. Software Review. Textbase for Humanities Applications: WordCruncher

    Mark Olsen

    Evaluates WordCruncher, a "text indexing and retrieval" system aimed at manipulating large bodies of text. States that it offers an intriguing method of organizing and analyzing text on a large... More

    pp. 255-60

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