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History Microcomputer Review

1995 Volume 11, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Time Traveling: Historians and Computers

    John E. Semonche

    Presents a brief overview of the recent history and current state of computers as instructional tools for history. Maintains that, although computer use in social science research has increased,... More

    pp. 9-14

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  2. Just beyond the Horizon: Computing and History in 1995

    Richard W. Slatta

    Observes the sorry state of computer and multimedia instruction integrated into history departments and places the blame squarely at the feet of support facilities that fail to keep up. Critiques... More

    pp. 15-22

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  3. Decade of Change

    Leslie Gene Hunter

    Discusses advancements in the field of history-related computer-assisted instruction and research. Describes the components of Historiography and Methods of Research, a class that introduces... More

    pp. 50-52

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  4. New Media, Old Politics

    Ron Rosenzweig

    Summarizes and outlines the controversy surrounding some of the content of Voyager Co.'s "Who Built America?", history CD-ROM package. Although highly praised, the program received criticism for... More

    pp. 53-58

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