Computers and Resource-Based History Teaching: A UK Perspective
Computers and the Humanities Volume 34, Number 3, ISSN 0010-4817
Presents an overview of developments in computer-aided history teaching for higher education in the United Kingdom and the United States. Explains that these developments have focused on providing students with access to primary sources to enhance their understanding of historical methods and content. (CMK)
Spaeth, D.A. & Cameron, S. (2000). Computers and Resource-Based History Teaching: A UK Perspective. Computers and the Humanities, 34(3), 325.
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Raymond Kimball, Department of History, United States
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