MOOville: The Writing Project's Own "Private Idaho"
T.H.E. Journal Volume 24, Number 8, ISSN 0192-592X
Describes how a computerized environment supplemented traditional undergraduate courses in English literature and composition at the University of Florida, and was developed with a grant from IBM. Highlights include the use of MOO (multi-user, object-oriented) space; student assignments; the client-server setting; and student and teacher responses. (LRW)
Conlon, M. (1997). MOOville: The Writing Project's Own "Private Idaho". T.H.E. Journal, 24(8), 66-68.
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