Writing, Teaching, and Researching History in the Electronic Age: Historians and Computers

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M.E. Sharpe, 1998 - 267 pagine
This volume focuses on the role of the computer and electronic technology in the discipline of history. It includes representative articles addressing H-Net, scholarly publication, on-line reviewing, enhanced lectures using the World Wide Web, and historical research.
 

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From Writing to Associative Assemblages History in an Electronic Culture
3
Will the Real Revolution Please Stand Up Gutenberg the Computer and the University
14
Scholarly Communication and Publication in the Electronic Age
35
Participatory Historical Writing on the Net Notes and Observations from Recent Experience
37
Scholarly Publication in the Electronic Age
47
OnLine Reviewing Pitfalls Pinnacles Potentialities and the Present
54
Multimedia Approaches to Teaching
63
The Enhanced Lecture A Bridge to Interactive Teaching Larry J Easley
65
The Future of Teaching History Research Methods Classes in the Electronic Age
110
Using Multimedia Computer Technology to Teach United States History at Medgar Evers College City University of New York from Three Perspecti...
129
Teaching Tomorrows Teachers Computing Technology Social Studies Methods Instruction and the Preservice Teacher
155
Computers and Historical Research
181
Historical Research OnLine A New Ball Game
183
Historical Research and Electronic Evidence Problems and Promises
194
Maps and Graphs Past and Future Using TechnologyBased History to Study the City
226
Glossary
243

Options and Gopherholes Reconsidering Choice in the TechnologyRich History Classroom
73
Constructing History with Computers
83
Tom Swift Jr Meets Clio Reflections on Teaching Freshman History in a MobileComputing Environment
89
About the Editor and Contributors
249
Index
255
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