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  1. Configuring Listserv, configuring discourse

    Laurie Cubbison

    Computers and Composition Vol. 16, No. 3 (1999) pp. 371–381

    Listserv electronic mailing lists have become popular with teachers and scholars in computers and composition for their ability to bring students and professionals together to discuss issues in a... More

    pp. 371-381

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  2. Multipurpose Technical Services Workstations: Access to NOTIS/OCLC/GTO with a Single Microcomputer

    Marshall Breeding

    Library Hi Tech Vol. 9, No. 3 (1991) pp. 69–81

    Describes microcomputer-based networks which have been implemented at Vanderbilt University's library to support technical services workstations that use NOTIS, catalog with OCLC, and transfer OCLC... More

    pp. 69-81

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  3. CD-ROM Hardware Configurations: Selection and Design

    Lee David Jaffe & Steven G. Watkins

    CD-ROM Professional Vol. 5, No. 1 (1992) pp. 62–68

    Presents selection and design considerations to help libraries make informed decisions about hardware configurations of CD-ROM systems. Highlights include CD-ROM configurations, including single... More

    pp. 62-68

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  4. Issues Involved in Developing Integrated Optical Jukebox Storage Systems for Customized Applications

    Wayne Augsburger & Larry McNary

    CD-ROM Professional Vol. 5, No. 3 (1992) pp. 44–50

    Suggests a process for evaluating and planning integrated optical jukebox storage systems. Considerations regarding architecture and system performance are summarized, and a modeling program for... More

    pp. 44-50

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  5. The Electronic Reference Desk: Reference Service in an Electronic World

    Jennifer Cargill

    Library Administration & Management Vol. 6, No. 2 (1992) pp. 82–85

    Describes changes in reference services in academic libraries prompted by new electronic formats and services. Four main areas are discussed: (1) changes in the philosophy of reference services and... More

    pp. 82-85

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  6. Hardware and Media Options for CD-ROM Publishing

    Mark Arps

    CD-ROM Professional Vol. 4, No. 4 (1991) pp. 66–68

    Explains the basic hardware, software, and media options for changing from a CD-ROM user to a CD-ROM publisher. Highlights include system configurations; computer recommendations; transfer media,... More

    pp. 66-68

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  7. A Model Academic Integrated Information Center

    Carl Adams

    Journal of the American Society for Information Science Vol. 42, No. 2 (1991) pp. 143–46

    Discusses three configurations that were developed for the Integrated Information Center (IIC) at the University of Minnesota. These configurations--basic, intermediate, and advanced--represent... More

    pp. 143-46

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  8. Where Should the Person Stop and the Information Search Interface Start?

    Marcia J. Bates

    Information Processing & Management Vol. 26, No. 5 (1990) pp. 575–91

    Examines various ways of dividing the labor of an information search between the person and the system. Different configurations of two dimensions--degree of system involvement in searching and... More

    pp. 575-91

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  9. Finnish Educational System and Computer Education in Finland

    Jarmo Viteli

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    The first of the six sections in this description of the national educational system in Finland discusses the system's goals, its structure and size, the curriculum in the comprehensive and upper... More

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  10. Teaching Science Using Interactive Videodisc: Results of the Pilot Year Evaluation of the Texas Learning Technology Group Project

    Wilhelmina C. Savenye & Elizabeth Strand

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    A computer-based interactive video was developed in 1985 for the Texas Learning Technology Group (TLTG) Project, a partnership formed by the Texas Association of School Boards, the National Science... More

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  11. Recent Trends in Minicomputer-Based Integrated Learning Systems for Reading and Language Arts Instruction

    Ernest Balajthy

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    This paper discusses minicomputer-based ILSs (integrated learning systems), i.e., computer-based systems of hardware and software. An example of a minicomputer-based system in a school district (a ... More

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  12. Cutting the Cords that Constrain

    Peter L. Sandery

    Journal of Reading Vol. 32, No. 7 (1989) pp. 620–27

    Examines the ways various computer configurations are being used as writing tools in schools, within a framework of a description of technology that recognizes the constraints that technological... More

    pp. 620-27

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  13. Notes on the Organization of the Environment of a Text Generation Grammar. ISI Reprint Series

    Christian Matthiessen

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    Taking the lexicogrammatical resources (i.e. the vocabulary and syntax) of English as a starting point, this report explores the demands those resources put on the design of the part of a text... More

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  14. Library Automation with Workstations: Using Apple Macintoshes in a Special Library

    Edward J. Valauskas

    Information Technology and Libraries Vol. 7, No. 1 (1988) pp. 73–78

    Describes an automation project at the Merriam Center Library in which Apple Macintoshes were introduced as library workstations. The implementation process, staff involvement and reactions, and... More

    pp. 73-78

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  15. Videodisc Technology: Providing Instructional Alternatives

    Alan M. Hofmeister

    Journal of Special Education Technology Vol. 7, No. 3 (1986) pp. 35–41

    Five different levels of instructional videodisc and microcomputer configurations are described and discussed in relation to needs and resources of the special education program. Principles of... More

    pp. 35-41

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  16. Creating, Storing, and Dumping Low and High Resolution Graphics on the Apple IIe Microcomputer System

    Richard K. Fletcher

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    This description of procedures for dumping high and low resolution graphics using the Apple IIe microcomputer system focuses on two special hardware configurations that are commonly used in schools... More

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  17. Personal Perspectives on the Importance of the Response

    Michael Rettig

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    The paper examines the way preschool children with handicaps interact with and make their response to computer programs, suggesting that the most important factor ensuring successful computer use... More

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  18. Developing Expert Systems for the Analysis of Syntactic and Semantic Patterns

    Harold H. Hellwig

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    Noting that expert computer systems respond to various contexts in terms of knowledge representation, this paper explains that heuristic rules of production, procedural representation, and frame... More

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  19. Cellular Automata Ideas in Digital Circuits and Switching Theory

    Pawel P. Siwak

    European Journal of Engineering Education Vol. 10, No. 3 (1985) pp. 353–56

    Presents two examples which illustrate the usefulness of ideas from cellular automata. First, Lee's algorithm is recalled and its cellular nature shown. Then a problem from digraphs, which has... More

    pp. 353-56

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  20. The Videodisc and Educational Research

    Alan M. Hofmeister

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    The future of educational research with the videodisc is discussed in relation to: (1) recent and planned hardware developments, and (2) research areas where videodisc technology may be appropriate... More

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