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Computers and the Humanities

1995 Volume 28, Number 3

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Quotations in Scholarly Text: Converting Existing Documents to HyperText

    Stephanie W. Haas

    Maintains that a crucial issue in hypertext design is how to give the reader new capabilities without taking any existing ones away. Discusses the conversion of traditional, printed scholarly text ... More

    pp. 165-76

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  2. E-Talk: Attitudes and Motivation in Computer-Assisted Classroom Discussion

    Margaret Healy Beauvois

    Reports on an experiment in electronic mail and computer-assisted classroom discussion among 41 college-level French students. Describes the research design and the results as they relate to... More

    pp. 177-90

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