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What's All This Hype about Hypertext?: Teaching Literature with George P. Landow's "The Dickens Web."
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Computers and the Humanities Volume 30, Number 2, ISSN 0010-4817

Abstract

Describes the use of George P. Landow's hypertext, "The Dickens Web," in an advanced undergraduate literature class and analyzes its practical and theoretical implications. Debates some of Landow's claims about the ease with which learning from hypertext occurs and examines difficulties encountered in using hypertext in the classroom. (DSK)

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Smith, J. (1996). What's All This Hype about Hypertext?: Teaching Literature with George P. Landow's "The Dickens Web.". Computers and the Humanities, 30(2), 121. Retrieved January 24, 2020 from .

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