Human-Computer Interaction Perspectives on Word-Processing Issues
Computers and Composition Volume 6, Number 3, ISSN 8755-4615 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Examines the contexts of human-computer interaction, and argues that understanding word-processing research done in that setting can enrich thinking about the impact of teaching writing with the use of computers. Suggests issues developed in recent word-processing studies that may interest future researchers. (KEH)
Sullivan, P. (1989). Human-Computer Interaction Perspectives on Word-Processing Issues. Computers and Composition, 6(3), 11-33. Elsevier Ltd.