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Computers and the Humanities

2000 Volume 34, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Tailor-Made or Off-the-Peg? Virtual Courses in the Humanities

    Geoffrey Channon

    Describes how the British government views the electronic campus as a quick fix for delivering the ideas of a learning society and mass higher (and further) education. Argues that in the humanities... More

    pp. 255-64

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  2. Wag the Dog? Online Conferencing and Teaching

    Charles Ess

    Describes the successes, limitations, and costs of incorporating Web-accessible conferencing software and discourse ethics in a religious studies class. Suggests that electronic instruction may... More

    pp. 297-309

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  3. Computers and Resource-Based History Teaching: A UK Perspective

    Donald A. Spaeth & Sonja Cameron

    Presents an overview of developments in computer-aided history teaching for higher education in the United Kingdom and the United States. Explains that these developments have focused on providing ... More

    pp. 325-43

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