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An Invitation from NEACH
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 219. Tuesday, 15 September 1992.
 
From: 		Heyward Ehrlich <
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Date: 		Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1992, 21:37:01 EDT
Subject: 	NEACH Oct. 13: Louie Crew
 
   An Invitation from NEACH -- (Please forgive any cross-postings)
        NORTHEAST ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTERS & THE HUMANITIES
 
                                September 17, 1992
 
    NEACH: The Northeast Association for Computers and the Humanities
invites you to Room 25 of the IBM Building, 590 Madison Avenue at
57th Street, New York City, on Tuesday, October 13, 1992, at
1:30 p.m. to hear Prof. Louie Crew discuss new developments in
electronic communications and research, especially e-mail, e-news,
e-groups, e-curricula, and e-databases.   He will demonstrate
personal, scholarly, and classroom techniques and strategies for going
on-line and for controlling those oceans of newly available electronic
information.
 
     Dr. Crew is Associate Professor in the Academic Foundations
Department of Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, where he is
currently the Faculty Mentor of the Teaching Excellence Center for the
humanities and social sciences.  He formerly operated an electronic
bulletin board system in Hong Kong, the largest in the Far East, and
he is noted for distinguished and pioneering contributions to
electronic pedagogy.  Don't miss this unusual opening of the NEACH
season for 1992-1993.
 
    NEACH Program Schedule for 1992-1993:
 ====================================================================
 TUES, OCT. 12    E-MAIL, E-NEWS, E-CURRICULA    LOUIE CREW, RUTGERS
 ====================================================================
 Wed. Nov. 11     Computers & composition        Robert Royar, NYIT
 Tues. Dec. 8     Electronic text archives       Anita Lowry, Columbia
 
    All NEACH meetings are free and open to the public.  When you
enter the IBM Building ask at the desk for a pass to "NEACH" or
"HUMANITIES."
 
Heyward Ehrlich, NEACH President

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