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Computerizing Biblical Literature

Computers and the Humanities Volume 30, Number 2, ISSN 0010-4817


Observes that the interpretation of literary texts is a multidimensional task requiring students to master a variety of skills and acquire factual knowledge. Argues that use of the World Wide Web allows for the creation of a virtual classroom where students explore historical and theoretical aspects of interpretation. (DSK)


Davis, C.T. (1996). Computerizing Biblical Literature. Computers and the Humanities, 30(2), 117. Retrieved June 14, 2021 from .

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