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History Computer Review

2001 Volume 17, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. The Full Monty: Locating Resources, Creating, and Presenting a Web Enhanced History Course

    Richard J. Bazillion & Connie L. Braun

    Discusses how to develop a history course using the World Wide Web; course development software; full text digitized articles, electronic books, primary documents, images, and audio files; and... More

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  2. Online History Textbooks: Breaking the Mold

    James B. M. Schick

    Outlines recommended conditions and features of online history textbooks: link control, coverage of methodology, maps, breadth and depth of information, layered storytelling approach, tools,... More

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